Stay on top of your disease with this summary Results Dashboard, where you can review information from today as well as previous sessions.
Download your report to use as a helpful resource during your next visit with your healthcare provider.
Consider the following questions when sharing these symptom scores with your healthcare provider:
|Date||MPN10 total score|
Consider the following questions when discussing your blood test results with your healthcare provider:
|Date||Haematocrit||WBC count||Haemoglobin||Platelet count|
|00/00/00||Haematocrit (HCT), or packed cell volume (PCV) VALUE + label||White blood cell (WBC) count, or leukocytes VALUE + label||Haemoglobin (Hgb) VALUE + label||Platelet count VALUE + label|
Consider the following questions when discussing your phlebotomy experiences with your healthcare provider:
As a person living with PV, keeping track of your symptoms, key blood counts, and phlebotomy procedures is crucial to ensuring your disease is adequately controlled. By discussing any changes you may experience with your symptoms, blood levels, or frequency of phlebotomy procedures, you can stay informed and be your own advocate in your journey forward.
Be sure to speak with your healthcare provider about any questions you may have concerning your disease and your individual management plan.
Use the button below to download a PDF document of your summary report. The “Click to download” button will open the PDF summary report on your device.
Simply click the Download button to save the Summary Report on your device.
This web application is intended for use as a resource and diary tracker for patients with myelofibrosis, polycythaemia vera, or essential thrombocythaemia . Information provided on this web application, including outputs from its interactive features, should not be considered an alternative to medical or management advice from your healthcare provider team.
This tool helps you track aspects of
your polycythaemia vera (PV), so you
are prepared for discussions with your
healthcare provider and have a record
of your disease status over time.
Score your symptom severity as often
as you would like. Enter your blood test
or phlebotomy results as needed, after