Boredbees Tech Solutions has developed an android app for first aid.
Knowledge of first aid for common problems like burns, cough, diarrhea etc could really help in preventing the situations from worsening. Through this basic know how, one could keep a person breathing, reduce their pain or minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until an ambulance arrives. Hence, much like possessing a first aid kit; it’s essential to be well aware of the techniques of dealing with these common health problems.
Boredbees Tech Solutions has developed an android app for first aid that would help in providing initial care for an illness or injury. Usually performed by non-experts (or sometimes by an expert in case of an emergency), the ways mentioned to address any injury or health issue is thus simple to keep the injured in apt condition until definitive medical treatment could be accessed.
FIRST AID CASE is here which consists of a series of simple and in some cases, potentially life-saving techniques that an individual can be trained to perform with minimal equipment. This App comes in as a Handy-tool in cases emergency. Keeping in mind that the person providing first aid could be new to it, we have fetched the information in a step wise and easy manner in order to avoid any delay in following it.
Aside of this, It is recommended in the App developed by Boredbees Tech Solutions that first-aid box must have the ultimate solution for common ailments, be it a headache, an allergic reaction, a broken toenail or burns. In an emergency, it is the contents of this box that will come to your aid while you suffer through a long drive to the hospital or wait for the ambulance to come to your front door.
Administering the right first aid to a victim can make all the difference in the world. Not only can it assure a speedy recovery, but at times it can make a life-threatening situation more manageable. So download this “First Aid Case” app and keep yourself ready to address any medical emergency with efficiency.
Here is the link to the app: