Advanced Trauma Life Support App Download For Pc (Windows/mac Os)

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The Advanced Trauma Life Support app is a mobile application which helps you in a variety of ways. The well-designed and effective application is one of the best of its type. Unfortunately, the application is currently obtainable for mobile devices only including the android, iOS, etc.

However, that doesn’t mean you cannot employ the Advanced Trauma Life Support for PC, Mac and Windows operating systems. You can make use of an android emulator to enjoy the Advanced Trauma Life Support app on Windows (32 bit and 64 bit), Mac, and even in the Linux operating system.

Check out the step by step instructions for running the Advanced Trauma Life Support app on PC devices with an emulator. Advanced Trauma Life Support allows you to test your decision-making skills in simulated trauma cases.
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Developer
Current Clinical Strategies
Version
1.10
Updated
April 10, 2015
Requirements
2.2 and up
Size
14M
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Google Play

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Description

Advanced Trauma Life Support allows you to test your decision-making skills in simulated trauma cases.

Trauma Life Support Features:
Primary Survey and Resuscitation
Airway Maintenance
Secondary Survey and Management
Airway and Ventilatory Management
Oropharyngeal Airway Insertion
Nasopharyngeal Airway Insertion
Adult Orotracheal Intubation
Laryngeal Mask Airway Insertion
Laryngeal Tube Airway Insertion
Infant Endotracheal Intubation
Needle Cricothyroidotomy
Surgical Cricothyroidotomy
Shock
Femoral Venipuncture: Seldinger
Subclavian Venipuncture
Internal Jugular Venipuncture
Intraosseous Puncture/Infusion
Venous Cutdown
Thoracic Trauma
Primary Survey
Secondary Survey
Needle Thoracentesis
Chest Tube Insertion
Pericardiocentesis
Chest X-Ray Review
Abdominal and Pelvic Trauma
Focused Assessment Sonography Trauma
Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage—Open
Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage—Closed
Application of a Pelvic Binder
Techniques to Reduce Pelvic Fractures
Head Trauma
Minor Brain Injury
Moderate Brain Injury
Severe Brain Injury
Helmet Removal
Evaluation of Head CT Scans
Spine and Spinal Cord Trauma
Screening for Cervical Spine Injury
Suspected Thoracolumbar Spine Injury
Cervical Spine X-Ray Assessment
Atlanto-Occipital Joint Assessment
Assessing Spine Injuries
Thoracic and Lumbar X-Ray Assessment
Musculoskeletal Trauma
Assessment
Extremity Immobilization
Realignment of Deformed Extremities
Traction Splint Application
Compartment Syndrome
Identification of Arterial Injury
Burn Injuries
Pediatric Trauma
Trauma During Pregnancy

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Setting Up the Advanced Trauma Life Support App with your PC

It is pretty easy to run the Advanced Trauma Life Support app on smartphone and tablet devices which are based on iOS and Android operating systems. What’s unfortunate is there are no official desktop versions of the Advanced Trauma Life Support app that can be operated from PC. The only way to operate the Advanced Trauma Life Support App on Desktop/Laptop is by employing an emulator.

Check out the guide for the configuration and installation of the Advanced Trauma Life Support App.

Step-1: At first, select an emulator which will be required for making an android virtual device which can run android programs. Some popular varieties of the emulator include Bluestack, Memu player, MSI Player, etc.
  1. Step-2: Now visit the official site of your preferred software that you will use for running the programs. You will also find the setup guide and other required information for doing so.
  2. Step-3: Now search for the Advanced Trauma Life Support App APK file from Google. Make sure to download it from a reliable and well-recognized APK download site.
  3. Step-4: Click on the downloaded file and then open with the emulator. After doing so, the emulator will initiate the installation of the app inside it.
  4. Step-5: That’s it. You are done. You can now start enjoying the Advanced Trauma Life Support app from the emulator as smooth as an android app.

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