Bringing a bit of the hospital home, this software helps computer users keep a running log of the progress of a fever. The simple tool prompts users to plug in measurements of their own temperature, specifying time, date, temperature, and the place where the thermometer was located (such as the armpit, mouth, or forehead). The software can then generate graphs and charts, and can export the data into the CVS format. Most ordinary flu patients probably won't take the time to use this, but as a doctor's tool or a concerned parent's aid, this software could help shine light on the progress of annoying and potentially dangerous illnesses.
When you have a fever, keeping a daily record of your temperature with multiple recordings helps you and your doctor determine what is causing the fever and how it can be treated. The pattern of a fever can help suggest the reason for the body's increased temperature. The Temperature Tracker simplifies temperature data logging. The software automatically saves temperature, time, and location of the measurement. In addition to being a convenient data logger the software is also a valuable tool for temperature longitudinal trends analysis. This longitudinal analysis may help you and your doctor decide what is causing the fever and how it can be treated.