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Wednesday January 26, 2005 3:10 pm

SIMpill: Remember Your Meds Via SMS

Posted by Andru Edwards - Categories: Misc. Tech

DescriptionI’m sure you’ve been there - you are prescribed a certain medication which you need to take at certain intervals during the day. Of course, you are late on taking your last dose, or miss one completely - so you wonder if you should skip the last one or double up the next time. Well, fret no more. SIMpill is a medicine bottle that monitors how often pills are being taken by SMS, and it can send you a text message if you have missed a dose! Each time the bottle cap is removed, a message is sent to a secure SMS server. If it start seeing discrepancies between the bottle being opened and your prescribed amount, it will alert you.

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I have a feeling this is a bad idea.  Say you could hack the system somehow, and you had a family member with a large inheritance.  If they had a loss of memory, you could possibly have the system tell them to take the pills over and over until they ODed.

But then again, someone like that shouldn’t have a cell phone….

I already have somethin to alert me. Its called my mom =P

hacking the system could be an issue, but i guess its a neat feature, we’re all so busy now, never hurts to get an extra reminder. i know sometimes i forget what time i last took medicine, and then i wonder “do i take it now….or later…?”

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