Baby MedBasics HD
By PicPocket Books
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Written by Luke Hermann, M.D. and Tara Summers Hermann, R.N., B.S.N.
A guide to emergency situations for birth to one year.
Baby MedBasics: Your baby is choking. Do you know what to do? Does your babysitter? This app was created by a doctor who's also a dad and by a nurse mom. Baby Medbasics turns your moments of panic into moments of action.
After having to save their own son from choking, the founders of Medbasics realized that part of loving any baby is knowing what to do during an emergency and making sure everyone who cares for him or her does as well.
With brightly color-coded navigation tabs, simple instructions and illustrations, you'll be able to handle choking, CPR, bleeding, fever emergencies and more.
PicPocketBook brings Baby MedBasics to the mobile iPad HD app format. Lifesaving information is now at your fingertips. Easy to use: a single tap takes you to step-by-step CPR instructions, instructions for a choking emergengy, and more. Pages swipe for quick navigation. A must for parents and caregivers looking after an infant.
•So easy - anyone can use it!
•High fidelity illustrations and diagrams
•Age range birth to one year
•Includes preparing for a health emergency and the medical ABC’s
For more information, or to order a Baby MedBasics Home Pack or Travel Pack, go to www.babymedbasics.com
This is a must-have app for PARENTS for emergency MEDICAL situations. The FIRST AID responses detailed in this app are the first step to getting your child the MEDICAL help needed.
PicPocket Books is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: parents
Categories: PARENTS, HEALTH /MEDICAL
What's New in Version 3.0
Added info button (Accessed at bottom left of each page) to save emergency and personal data for the family and child.