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ICE - in case of emergency
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|Android||Medical||1.75||January 28, 2016||4.27|
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Version 1.75 released on January 28, 2016
- visibility on lock screen
- visible software menu
- video tips
- improved help
- New tab 'Allergies'
- Possibility to assign a doctor with telephone number to a particular disease/allergy
- Possibility to assign a selected existing condition (illness or allergy) to a medication
- Modified dosing system (possibility to differentiate doses, depending on the time of day/time)
Version 1.60 released on February 20, 2015
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ICEcard is a convenient way to store information needed by rescuers and doctors, if you are a victim of an emergency. In addition to a list of contacts of the closes persons, it also allows you to save information about taken medications, passed diseases, allergies and other health information.
Thanks to the ability of creating multiple profiles, the program can also become a useful database for medical information about family members or other close persons.
A special alarm button allows to send in critical situation, an emergency sms message to all the people from your contact list, containing among others data collected from mobile phone’s GPS, so that the closest persons become instantly informed about serious life-threatening situations and receive information about the current position of the user.
Just one click on the screen to let your loved ones know that you need help!
ICEcard application is free of advertisement.
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