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Pocket Doctor First Aid

Presents action in case of the most common diseases, injuries, damage in the home and on the road before the arrival of medical assistance

Presents action in case of the most common diseases, injuries, damage in the home and on the road before the arrival of medical assistance

Pocket Doctor First Aid

by Eugen Shaposhnikov
Pocket Doctor First Aid
Pocket Doctor First Aid
Pocket Doctor First Aid

What is it about?

Presents action in case of the most common diseases, injuries, damage in the home and on the road before the arrival of medical assistance. Errors are pre-medical self-help, consumer manifestations of drug dependence.

Pocket Doctor First Aid

App Details

Version
1.15
Rating
NA
Size
25Mb
Genre
Medical Travel
Last updated
October 30, 2017
Release date
October 10, 2014
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Presents action in case of the most common diseases, injuries, damage in the home and on the road before the arrival of medical assistance. Errors are pre-medical self-help, consumer manifestations of drug dependence.
Covered the situation with fainting and nose bleeding, fever and food poisoning, insect bites and animals, thermal burns and stinging, a sharp increase in blood pressure, accidents.

How to use
According to the principle of lights:
Green light indicates what you need to do first.
Yellow - which is possible in this situation.
Red about what not to do.
To view the pictures, click once on the smaller copy.

Content:
1. Increase in body temperature (flu, ARD)
2. Headache
3. The sharp increase in blood pressure (BP), hypertensive crisis
4. Hypotension
5. Rhythm disturbance of the heart (arrhythmia)
6. Pain, burning, gravity in the chest
7. Stroke
8. Backache
9. Abdominal pain
10. Allergic reactions
11. Hangover
12. Epistaxis
13. Fainting
14. Insomnia
15. Electric shock and lightning
16. Food poisoning or accidental medication, technical fluid
17. Diarrhea
18. Constipation
19. Obesity
20. Convulsions, epilepsy
21. Burns
22. Akne
23. Sunstroke
24. Frostbite and hypothermia
25. Bee sting, wasp, bumblebee, hornet
26. Tick bite
27. Small pets bite (hamsters, mice, rats), dogs, cats, foxes
28. Snake bite
29. Burns from stinging jellyfish, corals, sea anemones, injections of fish
30. Burns from plants
31. Sea urchin needlestick
32. Surface wounds, abrasions
33. Severe bleeding from the wound
34. Bruises, sprains
35. Broken limbs
36. Choked on food, foreign body
37. Brain commotion
38. Household poisoning, carbon monoxide, automobile exhaust gases
39. Drowning
40. Signs of clinical death
41. Resuscitation techniques

Authors
Idea and content:
Chaytsev Viacheslav - a doctor, a scientist, a teacher, a specialist in urgent conditions and preventive medicine with experience on five continents.
Computer embodiment and design
Evgeny Shaposhnikov - engineer, programmer.

Main Reading
Fedorov NM CPR. - MIA, M., 2008.
Chaytsev VG Forming of the life habits of the family and the school. - Press, Ryazan, 2009.
David W. Where there is no doctor. 18th pr., U.S.A., 1998.
Ireland on the Sunday Home doctor. Dublin, 2008.
Junior citizen handbook. Metropolitan police. www.ncsb.co.uk