First Aid - Your Android is Your Doctor

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First aid is an emergency measure, generally consisting of simple, often life-saving techniques that most people can train to perform with minimal equipment and no previous medical experience.

-This is the best app for saving your life in emergency situation.

-First aid app can be used before you reached to the hospital.

-First Aid has the perfect introduction for your medical help.

-It includes safety tips for basic first aid information like "asthma, bleeding, choking, snake bites, scorpion bites, fainting , brocken bones" etc.

-First Aid gets you step by step information about your medical help.

The term usually refers to administering care to a human, although it can also be performed on animals.

The first step in any emergency is the recognition of the problem and providing help. When in doubt or when someone is seriously injured or ill, you should always activate the emergency response system by calling 911. If you’re not sure how serious the situation is, the 911 operator will ask you a series of questions to determine the seriousness of it.

Remain on the line until additional help arrives, or until the 911 operator tells you to hang up. Emergency system dispatchers can guide you through the steps of performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), using an automatic external defibrillator (AED), or delivering basic care until additional help arrives.

Whether you are at home, work, or school, know where the first aid kit and the AED are kept and be familiar with their contents. Know how to activate the emergency response system (by calling 911 if in the United States). Be aware of any policies in the workplace regarding medical emergencies.

After determining the problem, the next step in providing help is to determine the unresponsiveness of the injured or ill person. The best way to determine this is to tap the person and talk loudly to them: “Are you okay?” After determining unresponsiveness, yell for help. Look for any medical identifications, such as a necklace or a bracelet. This may provide a valuable clue to the cause of the situation.

Fast facts on first aid:
-The aims of first aid are to preserve life, prevent harm, and promote recovery.
-In first aid, ABC stands for airway, breathing, and circulation.
-The recovery position helps minimize further injury.
-CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It helps maintain the flow of oxygenated blood.
-While doing chest compressions, you may hear cracks. This is normal.

First Aid is an Android App which contains a lot amount of First Aids For it's users.

First Aid Android app covers all the features in 4 categories.
- Accident & Emergency
- Fever & Pain
- Allergic Problems
- Dysentery

In Accident and Emergency Section First Aid Covers a large number of areas like:
- Asthma Problem
- Abdominal Pain
- Animal Bites
- Artificial Respiration
- Burns
- Bump
and Many more.

First Aid App Comes with Solution with pictures related to it.
First aid app will help you in your emergency situation. when you will got problem in forest or a place that nobody can help you there first aid will help you just install and open first aid app on your android phone and see what you need.
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Additional Information

Updated
August 26, 2018
Size
5.2M
Installs
500+
Current Version
1.0
Requires Android
4.1 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Andronius
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