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I don't know where the direct link to their app is, but it has listings of hospitals, emergency phone numbers, and international names for medications in most countries.
has a translator for first aid terms.http://www.allianzassistance.com
i just searched allianz assistance on my droid play store.
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Another good app is iTriage. Free, carries a list of your meds, insurance info, your Doctor's phone number, other stuff like your blood type or conditions and how to treat them. It also links to local services available so you can find help. It offers links to Health Vault, a free service that stores your data so emergency personnel can read your records on the internet. I listed my family Doctor and my meds there.
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