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- Clear view of next injection site

- Record keeping for a complete report to your neurologist

- Simple record of remaining doses

iSite is an application written to be a handy guide for all Multiple Schlerosis (MS) patients using one of the injection based disease modifiers such as Copaxone™ or Beta Interferon.

When administering these injections the patient follows advice by the drug company to fill in a diary of events and use the diary to indicate the next injection site so as to rotate site locations and avoid subcutaneous damage.

Being unfortunate to have MS yet fortunate to have an iPhone myself, I have tried and tested a smart phone based program for the past 18 months and am very pleased to release this on the iPhone.

I hope you find this a very useful aid. Please feel free to send any feedback and suggestions. Based on market response we shall be donating 20% of profits to the MS care facility Helen Ley House in the UK.

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Rated 2/5 based on 3 customer reviews.


3/5 stars

Lack of features but thank you for being the first MS specific app

I was excited to come across this MS App but I'm a little disappointed that I downloaded it due to the extreme lack of features. Being on Betaseron, I was pumped to finally have an easy way to keep track of my injections and possibly some other information. I'm disappointed because it gives you no real options. If I'm halfway through my rotation on upper injection sites and it's doesn't allow me to adjust the order of injection sites which vary from what my Beta Nurse suggested. If you could update it to be more like an interactive iPhone app verstion of this book: ISBN = 0-9637968-0-1 I think it would be much more helpful for keeping track of MS related symptoms and injection site schedules. I really like this journal but it would be so much more convenient if it was on my phone. On the picture of the body it would be cool if you could flip through the days by using a calendar and the body image it shows would show you where to give the injection along with menus for symptoms so you could type in comments and then you could "draw" or shade areas of the body outline and specify symptoms like aching, tiredness, numbness, loss of control, etc. for those specific body areas. I like being able to export comments but it seems really limited. I appreciate the effort and being the first MS specific app to make an attempt (hopefully not the last update or MS app).

0/5 stars


I was very excited when I came across this app. Unfortunatly it is not user friendly or very useful. A waste of money. Maybe some updates would improve the usefulness.

4/5 stars

Thank you!

I use this daily and though the shots still burn just as much, it has made my life on Copaxone so much easier. I'd like to be able to keep track of injector depth by site so I don't have to plumb my failing memory or just guess each time.

Thanks so much for sharing this with the rest of us.


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