Archive | October, 2018

Spot @ Stroke, available on the Play store

10 Oct

Spot @ Stroke on the Google Play storeLiveOnPlayStore

I published my Spot @ Stroke app to the Play store this week, it is an app to designed to help people living at risk of Stroke.

One of my friends asked me what my motivation behind doing the app, and I remembered and here is the story behind the app.

A while back I wrote about a billion dollar deal that changed the world, where a book was published by the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III) in 1980 which had over 205 categories of conditions, with:

1, The condition

2, Treatment for the condition

3, Recommend medication for the treatment

So, with this in mind, I know of a test for people that may of had a stroke

1, Take a photo of their face, to see if one side is drooping

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2, Take a photo of their tongue sticking out, if the tongue is crooked, that might be a sign of a stroke

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3, Take a video of the user, if the users speech is slurred, that might be a sign of a stroke

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My target user is this woman, she went to hospital and was sent home, she captured the symptoms on her phone to prove to doctors that in fact she experienced a mini-stroke

 

With this in mind, I created an app that a user could do the following:

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Spot@Stroke is an app that enables people at risk of having a stroke to monitor your health in the comfort of their own home.

The user is able to:
1, View a Stroke check list
2, View/Add contacts
3, View and send position VIA SMS
4, Take two photos of key symptoms of a Stroke
4.1 Take a video of a key symptoms of a Stroke
5, View previous photos/videos and share the media through many platforms
6, And we even have a handy flash light for your use

Note:
This app is currently in English, Spanish, Russian and Ukrainian

Download the Spot @ Stroke Appgoogle-play-badge

 

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