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XDC-Based Plugin Launches Blockchain Medical App

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XDC-Based Plugin Launches Blockchain Medical App

  • Plugin’s ECA aims to provide users with easy access to emergency health situations.
  • As of now, ECA only works on Android devices.

Plugin, the secure, scalable, and decentralized Oracle platform, has announced the launch of the Emergency Connect App (ECA). The plugin’s ECA aims to provide users with easy access to health situations and emergency services. It also assists individuals during their health crises.

Plugin’s ECA built on a user-friendly, intuitive, and easy-to-navigate even in hard situations. The ECA’s innovation provides a cutting-edge mobile application for connecting healthcare, patients, professionals, and emergency services. The patient’s personal information stored on a strong and secure XDC blockchain, sticking to the standards of indicative data storage and transmission.

Rapid Emergency Support with Plugin’s ECA

With the ECA platform, users can have access to essential resources, up-to-date information, and rapid support. The application also ensures medical assistance according to the user’s needs. It enables users to access the emergency service quickly and easily. Plugin’s ECA has the potential to save millions of lives by bringing together experienced healthcare professionals, seasoned software developers, and emergency responders to create a solution.

To make use of the Plugin’s ECA, users have to download the application from the App Store or Google Play Store. Users have to register their personal information, including contact details, blood group, and drug allergies.

Moreover, a unique QR code will created for each user. In case of an emergency, anyone who scans the QR code automatically directed to the phone call of the patient’s caretaker and ambulance. At the same time, it will send a message about the patient’s location to the caretaker and ambulance. As of now, the app only works on Android devices.

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