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First Aid Application on Mobile Device

Authors: Kasikrit Damkliang, Komwit Surachat, Supasit Kajkamhaeng, Watanyoo Tiprat, Taninnuch Wacharanimit

Abstract:

An accident is an unexpected and unplanned situation that happens and affects human in a negative outcome. The accident can cause an injury to a human biological organism. Thus, the provision of initial care for an illness or injury is very important move to prepare the patients/victims before sending to the doctor. In this paper, a First Aid Application is developed to give some directions for preliminary taking care of patient/victim via Android mobile device. Also, the navigation function using Google Maps API is implemented in this paper for searching a suitable path to the nearest hospital. Therefore, in the emergency case, this function can be activated and navigate patients/victims to the hospital with the shortest path.

Keywords: navigation system, android, First Aid Application, Google Maps API

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1081687

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