iTriage Mobile Health
This useful app will help you diagnose yourself if you find yourself in medical difficulty, and can even direct you to the nearest hospital.
iTriage Mobile Health Review
by on August 25, 2011
“Helping you make better healthcare decisions,” says this free app, which is pretty much the only thing in the history of American healthcare that’s free of charge. The good thing is that in an emergency, this app will tell you where the nearest hospital is, and then they can get your money.
Sarcasm aside, this is a very useful application. Aside from finding the nearest option for the required treatment, you can get an idea of the wait time at your local ER and also make use of the very reason the internet was invented; Good old self-diagnosis.
There’s also an encyclopaedia of information about every illness, disease, treatment and medical procedure known to man, from the cost of abdominal hysterectomy to videos of a vaginal hysterectomy. Don’t worry, it’s not just about hysterectomies, but such is the level of jargon, that’s about the only thing we understood.
The interface is great too, with a host of drop down tabs under each category for your chosen ailment. It also makes use of Google Voice search too. Telling the app we had vindaloo-induced squits confirmed it for us. Brilliant.
This is a handy app to have in your back pocket, for sure, and at a cost of no pennies whatsoever, we see no reason why you wouldn’t.
Download this app: iTriage Mobile Health for Android
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