Aura: Seizure Helper

Aura: Seizure Helper

von Stevhen .

  • Kategorie: Medical
  • Veröffentlicht: 2020-11-19
  • Aktuelle Version: 1.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 84.92 MB
  • Developer: Stevhen .
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.

Beschreibung

Aura is an app designed to help people with epilepsy by alerting their surroundings and caregivers when a seizure attack about to happen. Main Features: • Seizure Alert When help is needed, you can alert your surroundings and caregivers with a simple tap. • Help Delay Sometimes you feel aura prior to seizures, but not all of them result in a seizure. You can set your help delay within 60 seconds. If the aura subsides you can cancel the seizure alert before it goes out. If the aura does result in a seizure then the alert will be sent to your emergency contacts. • Seizure First Aid Guidance Guide nearby bystanders to perform a proper seizure first aid with GIF animation and audio guidance. • Live Location When Alert When seizure alert are sent to emergency contacts, your location and seizure status are provided in the notifications your caregivers receive. • Nearby Hospital Easy access to find nearby hospital from your current location in an emergency situation. • Alert Sounds You can choose alert sound to notify others around you when a seizure event occurs. • Seizure Logs Every seizure event is automatically saved in your logs. You have the ability to add more details about the seizure event which include duration, mood, triggers, notes, and more. Please give us feedbacks on how Aura is working for you. The more feedback we receive will provide us information we need to improve in future versions. If you have any questions or have feedback, please contact us at: auraseizurehelper.app@gmail.com. Note: HealthKit integration is to sync your Medical ID data from Apple Health app to Aura. Aura does not prevent seizures, should not be used for diagnosis and is not a substitute for medical care. Use of Aura should be a supplement to other medical treatments you are already using. Seizure first aid information acquired from Epilepsy Foundation: epilepsy.com

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