Practical? In an emergency situation, would a paramedic spend time to look for this app or be educated to know what it is if they even saw it on my phone? Also, my phone is always locked so its impossible for anyone to get into it to find this information anyway. If I left my phone unlocked, now my address is visible to anyone who may pick it up. Just concerns, otherwise great idea for an app! Runs well.
Almost there My Top Pick! Could use med dosage & med usage (times) selections (Usage may be text box). Would prefer med list be 1 item per line but that would cause more scrolling. Biggest annoyance is phone's back button literally backs you up through each thing you've edited like a Web browser. REQUEST: Remove edit button and have setup/edit option via phone's alt-menu button. Also req possibility to select emergency contact through phone contact list. Like current ability of free-form contact also. Dials out well.
Good It would work better if the contact info. could span two lines when needed so I can put both their name and relation to me without it overlapping the phone number, making neither readable. Also, the conditions and devices should be in a bulleted list instead of separated only by commas, plus conditions and devices should be two separate lists. There should also be a designated area for hospital name and patient ID number (like the area for insurance) so they know which hospital to bring you to.
A novel idea! An app that can be used to to aide in an emergency situation? Count me in. Seems like a practical no-brainer to have this installed on your smart phone. Happy to have found it.
Great Idea Great Idea... would be good if it was visible on lock screen, DOB presented in a format suitable for UK users, list medications in a list view rather than string. It would also be good if you could call from the emergency contacts and have relationship to the person.
A great life saver! This app will be an important part of our medical response system. Last year while waiting at a stoplight, a man ran his light and hit the front of my car; he had suffered a heart attack at the wheel. By the time the EMTs tried to administer treatment he had already died. I can only imagine that an app such as this would have given the medical response team faster access to important info about this man. I am happy to know this app exists to help save lives faster!
Initial version for Android.
Emergency, Medical Contact information. Location of Hospitals, send SOS message