WMD SWAG quickly analyzes your observations at a disaster site and provides a fast, scientific guess of which agents of mass destruction are most likely involved. NOTE: The trial download above contains both Windows and handheld versions in ZIP compressed format. MAC users who need the handheld version files only should contact email@example.com
To register, install the trial vesion then buy a registation key from Arkansoft.
Available in both handheld and Windows versions. Both versions share the same data files via the 2-way HotSync conduit.
Just mark checkboxes beside any conditions you observe in the field, then view the results screen to get an instant listing of likely agents involved.
Optionally, name, date and save your observations, along with notes about what you've seen.
Autocaps feature capitalizes works as you enter them, so you don't have to deal with switching case.
Handheld version prints reports via the IR port or serial cables. Windows version generates reports you can edit/print from Microsoft Word or any word processor.
See also BioChem 1stRespondER, a database of 30 germ and chemical weapons, listing recommended first aid, drugs, dosages, lab tests, etc. Handheld BioChem integrates with handheld WMD SWAG. Quickly hop back and forth between WMD SWAG and BioChem without need to pass through the handheld's main menu.
WMD SWAG PalmOS Bundle is a free trial software application from the Other subcategory, part of the Business category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2004-08-22. The program can be installed on Palm OS.
WMD SWAG PalmOS Bundle (version 1.2) has a file size of 1.29 MB and is available for download from our website.
Just click the green Download button above to start. Until now the program was downloaded 109 times.
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