Medical History and Emergency

  • Indian man is in need for a conventional emergency medical service to meet the growing number of casualties as the existing system falls terribly short of meeting the demands. It is a well-accepted fact that a patient who receives basic care from trained professionals and is transported to the nearest healthcare facility within 15-20 minutes of an emergency has the greatest chance of survival. 

    The objective is to provide a solution wherein the person can maintain a record of his medical history, get reminded of his appointments and nearby health checkups and get notified about the emergencies within reach.

  • Muskaan is a medical professional. She was out for lunch on a Saturday afternoon with her friends when she heard an approaching siren of an ambulance. It grew louder and ended up right in front of the restaurant where she was eating. Somebody next door had a cardiac arrest. That event made her realise that even though somebody is trained they are not available at the right place at the right time. If she had known about the emergency, she could have attended the patient without waiting for the ambulance to arrive.

    A few days later, she came across an app which provided a solution to the above problem. The app would help an individual maintain his medical record, remind him of his appointments and suggest a personalised health plan. Moreover, it would also notify the nearest health care units, ping his emergency contacts and report the individuals within reach incase of an emergency. 

October 6, 2019

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