Ever had a health related symptom that you just weren’t too sure of? Short of actually going online and checking the internet, you could always use iTriage which answers your medical related questions (taken from its website), such as “What could be wrong with me?” and “What do I need to do, or where do I need to go for treatment?” If you’re familiar with the app, you probably know that it was launched quite a while back, but it is now back with version 3.0, and with 3.0 comes a slew of new features.
For starters it is now more detailed, where the symptom can be expanded upon and you will be able to search for the correct doctor/care facility or even medical prescription. According to the developers, the prescription database has also been expanded on and now covers more than 1,000 common prescriptions and over-the-counter medications.
You will also be able to pre-register appointments and here’s the kicker, should you ever need to make a trip to the emergency room, version 3.0 of iTriage will allow you to do a quick search for neighboring urgent care facilities along with live wait times!
For those who have only just learnt about the app, it is available for free on both iOS and Android.
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