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It helps you to record daily weight, body fat percentage.
■ Easy data entry
■ Scrollable Graphs
■ Graphs your weight & body fat percentage
■ Scrollable calender
■ Can be recorded on calendar date by double-tapping
■ Calender memo
The proper support for devices with different screen sizes (including tablet PC) has been done.
The application is available in the following languages:
- Finnish (With support from Ilkka Kuuloja)
- Ukrainian (With support from Beloshapka Andrew)
- Spanish (With support from Carlos Andres Campos)
- Turkish (With support from Cemalettin Çalık)
- Italian (With support from Alexander945)
- Portuguese (With support from Gustavo Amadera)
Any suggestions, inquiries, and requests for adding other languages are welcomed by e-mail to email@example.com with the "Android-Glasgow" mark in the subject line. Please, help us to make the application available in your own language.
Keywords: Glasgow Coma Scale, assessment of consciousness, neurology, critical care medicine, anesthesiology, pediatrics, drug and alcohol abuse, toxicology, diagnosis, calculator
Use our app to:
-Get information on all Black Scale releases
-View Collection LookBooks of our recent season release
-View Video LookBooks of our recent season release
-Purchase Black Scale product on the app.
-Get discount codes for our online store on the app.
-Get directions to all of our Black Scale retail stores
-Call any of our locations
-Call our online store customer service
-Check out our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram inside the app.
-Stream Black Scale Mixes from the app
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The NIHSS can then be used as an evaluation tool to document the clinical neurological status in patients with acute stroke. This scale is valid for predicting lesion size and severity of stroke. The NIHSS has shown prognostic value in both the short and long term, in stroke patients. Additionally, the scale used to monitor the patient's condition, useful in planning care, and allows a common language for information exchange among health professionals. The NIHSS was designed to be a simple, valid and reliable, which can be applied at the bedside consistently by physicians, nurses or therapists.