BioChem 1stRespondER PocketPC 1.6
BioChem 1stRespondER PocketPC Review
|" Helps healthcare professionals deal with biochem attacks. "
BioChem 1stRespondER (tm) is designed to help healthcare professionals deal with chemical and biological warfare attacks.
New in v1.6:
- New Chemical agents: Agent 15, Arsene, Chlorine, Oleoresin Capsicum (OC Pepper Spray), Tear Gas (CS), other irritants, Vomiting Agents DM, DA, DC.
- New Biological agents: Burkholderia (Glanders, Melioidosis), Staphylococcal enterotoxin B.
- New [Action] button lets you find a chemical agent name based on what the agent does, in addition to its appearance and odor.
- New "Solids" category and new agents added under the "Appearance" section.
First aid and hospital ER care information on 37 germ and chemical agents (some are not available in the trial version). First drug and dosage recommendations, both for paramedics at the attack site and for emergency department personnel at the hosptial. Recommendations on useful lab tests to run. Cautions to protect rescuers and caregivers as they do their jobs. Recommendations on disaster planning and how to react to a nuclear plant attack or "dirty bomb" explosion. If you have PalmPrint (available from www.stevenscreek.com) and an IR- capable printer like the HP LaserJet 5p, you can print the BioChem data screens, making them easier to read.
Also available BioChem 1stRespondER Desktop version. See also WMD SWAG, which calculates most likely agent involved in a HAZMAT incident, based on data you observe and enter in the field. Saves and prints records/reports -- available in both desktop and handheld computer versions. Handheld BioChem integrates with handheld WMD SWAG: quickly hop back and forth between WMD SWAG and BioChem without need to pass through the handheld's main menu.
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