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The FREE MyDocHub Phlebotomy & Blood Donation Centers app for iPhone, helps those who need frequent phlebotomy or therapeutic blood donation, as well as regular blood donors, find the nearest blood center and track their vitals through every visit to any blood center.Phlebotomy or therapeutic blood donation requires a prescription from your doctor, and it can be frustrating to know which blood center offers this service, so when you need one to bring your blood numbers down to your doctor recommended levels, you need a fast and easy way to know which blood centers offers phlebotomy and/or blood donation anywhere in the country. Thats why MyDocHub brings you this handy iPhone app that helps you find the nearest blood donation center.Whether you need phlebotomy or simply want to donate blood at your nearest blood center, this iPhone app, makes it easy to search for the nearest blood center and also save your vitals for that visit to the blood center and visit date. You can browse through all your visits to know all your vitals at any given phlebotomy or blood donation, and if you are a therapeutic blood donor, share you phlebotomy vitals with your hematologist or primary care physician.Besides the login feature, app passcode lock is available as an option for added protection of your confidential medical information.Vitals Stored Include: Blood Pressure HGB (hemoglobin levels) Temperature PulseOther Information Stored Include: Visited Blood Centers Dates of Visits Notes Section for entering additional information Optional App Passcode Lock for added security beyond login featureBesides regular blood donors, some of the conditions that can benefit from the MyDocHub Phlebotomy & Blood Donation Centers app that need frequent phlebotomy or therapeutic blood donation include: Hereditary Hemochromatosis Secondary Hemochromatosis Polycythemia Vera Porphyries Hypertension Secondary Pulmonary Hypertension Iron Overload Congestive Heart Failure/Pulmonary Edema Porphyria Cutanea Tarda Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease in Adults Erythrocytosis Hyperferritinemia