Health Data: Charts

Select a Patient ID from the dropdown and press "Generate Charts" to view the select patient's health data in chart format, per data type.

The health data recorded, in order.

Active Energy: measured in kcal.

This is an estimate of energy burned over and above your Resting Energy use (see Resting Energy). Active Energy includes activity such as walking slowly, pushing your wheelchair and household chores, as well as exercise such as cycling and dancing. Your total energy use is the sum of your Resting Energy and Active Energy.

Flights Climbed:

A flight of stairs is counted as approximately 3 metres (10 feet) of elevation gain (approximately 16 steps).

Average Heart Rate

Resting Energy: measured in kcal.

This is an estimate of the energy your body uses each day while minimally active. Additional physical activity requires more energy over and above Resting Energy (see Active Energy).


Step count is the number of steps you take throughout the day. Pedometers and digital activity trackers can help you determine your step count. These devices count steps for any activity that involves step-like movement, including walking, running, stair-climbing, cross-country skiing, and even movement as you go about your daily chores.

Walking + Running Distance: meters.