MySOS is a lifesaving assistance and health support app where user can keep their medical data & contact information. Emergency medical professionals can use these medical records to better assess a patient’s condition, potentially reducing the time until treatment in a hospital. If needed, they can use information stored in the app to contact the user’s family members. Not only in case of emergency, but you can check your treatment history and medical checkup results anytime to keep yourself healthy.
Easily sends an SOS to other MySOS users nearby as well as their emergency contacts.
Personal Health Records
Health records and medical history can be stored and are accessible anytime.
Registering Emergency Contacts
Enables to notify family members and friends instantly during an emergency.
Guides for first-aid during various emergencies are available including step-by-step guidance for CPR.
Integration with Join
Medical images such as MRI and CT can be shared through an integration with Join.
Information regarding prescriptions and prescription history can be recorded.
In an emergency, the app offers instructions for basic first-aid and lifesaving techniques such as chest compressions and the recovery position. An emergency notification text message can be sent to emergency medical services and pre-registered emergency contacts.
How to react and administer first-aid if someone suddenly falls ill. According to the symptom, we suggest the response method recommended by the degree of urgency of 3 to 5 grades.
The included first-aid guide tells you how to handle medical emergencies such as bone fractures, dislocated joints, and burns. The guidelines are provided by the Japanese Red Cross Society.
Send emergency calls to nearby medical professionals who have MySOS installed and registered emergency contacts such as family members. When an emergency call comes in, a map with the route from their current location to the scene of the emergency shows up. The distance and travel time are also displayed.
Dialing emergency number
You can dial the emergency number and send a rescue request at the same time.
*Currently available only in Japan, Taiwan, and Brazil.
Free and anonymous video telephone calls are available to patients who make emergency calls through MySOS and the recipients of the calls. The recipients can find the exact location of the patient or check the symptoms before they arrive at the patient’s location.
You can search for AED/Medical facilities in the surrounding areas on a map. The various institutions are listed by name with distances from your present location. Tapping the list displays detailed information on AED/Medical facilities.
*Currently only in Japan
Your medication history (prescriptions), medical referral letters, case or medical history, examination results, and other information can be easily collected using the camera scanning feature.
You can receive medical checkup results on your smartphone. After the medical check-up at clinics, you can receive and check the results and medical images such as MRI.
* Registration to the app is required.
* Only available to hospitals and clinics affiliated with MySOS.
MySOS features can be launched by tapping a button even if the smart phone is locked.
*Only supported in Android version.
Results of health examinations and clinical records will be stored in MySOS, permitting access to health data anytime and anywhere.
Collaborating with healthcare services, users can receive remote support from nurses and dietitians via chat and video calls based on their healthcare needs.
Users can easily share their past examination results and diagnostic images (e.g. MRI and CT) to healthcare providers through Join.
Users can send and receive SOS requests when an emergency occurs nearby. They can also locate and call 911 (119 for Japan) through the app.
The headquarters can supervise and support rescue team via the administration screen, and nearby team members can quickly arrive at the SOS location using the map.
Collaborating with clinics, users can smoothly share the information for dialysis stored in the app even if the medical information system goes down at the time of disaster.