New version of NLM’s WISER for iOS 3.1 released

The National Library of Medicine’s WISER for iOS 3.1, a universal app for Apple iOS devices, is now available.  Here’s what’s new:

    • WISER now fully integrates content from the Chemical Hazards Emergency Medical Management (CHEMM) website.  This integration includes:
        • New hospital provider and preparedness planner profiles
        • Acute care guidelines for 6 known mass casualty agents/agent classes
        • The addition of a wealth of CHEMM reference material
        • The new CHEMM Intelligent Syndrome Tool (CHEMM-IST), a help identify tool designed to diagnose the type of chemical exposure after a mass casualty incident
    • Emergency Response Guidebook data is now updated to the ERG 2012; WISER for the iPhone includes a custom ERG 2012 tool

WISER for iOS 3.1 can be downloaded and installed directly from the Apple App Store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wiser-for-ios/id375185381?mt=8

 

And in the coming months:

    • WISER for Android 1.1, which includes the same CHEMM integration and ERG 2012 updates
    • Updates to our Windows and WebWISER platforms to include CHEMM integration, ERG 2012 data, and more
    • WISER for Android 3.1, which adds Help Identify Chemical and protective distance mapping to this popular platform

WISER is designed to assist first responders in hazardous material incidents. It provides a wide range of information on hazardous substances, including substance identification support, physical characteristics, human health information, and containment and suppression advice.

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