Kid's Doctor - Hospital Games for girls & boys

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There are a lot of unwell patients in the hospital as always.Are they injured? Or are they sick?Let's find out what the cause of a fault is with examination equipments!====================How to Play====================At first, check an interview sheet!Sleeping well?Eating healthy?Brushed your teeth?etc.Check patient's everyday life.Take patient's temperature and let's start an examination!Germs do bad things and patients get thorns.Treat patients until they feel a hundred percent better!When you examnine all patients in the waiting room, today's work is done.Again tomorrow!With the free version, you can examine patients' eyes, fingers, mouths, andstomachs with a magnifying glass.With the paid version, you can also use doctor's basic equipments such as astethoscope and X-rays.In addition, four patients including a girl are added, and you can enjoytheir facial expressions and reactions even more!====================Content====================Plenty of content and enjoyable even without paying!-Examination equipmentsInterview sheetMagnifying glass (see inside the body, etc.)Stethoscope (paid)X-ray (paid)-Treatment measuresGive medicineIce treatmentPut eyedropsBrush his/her teethPut some ointmentApply a bandageApply an adhesive bandageetc.-MusicKousuke Matsunobu (saxophone player, composer)http://soundcloud.com/privatemountainorchestra====================Supervior====================Dr. Kazuhiko KabeDirector of the Newborn Medicine department at Aiiku HospitalWorked for the pediatrics department at Tokyo Saiseikai Central Hospital,the pediatrics department at Tokyo Women's Medical University Hospital, etc.and works for the current hospital since 1996.Mainly devoting himself to healing babies with some sort of illness.
Price USD0
License Free
File Size 24.19 MB
Version 1.50
Operating System iOS
System Requirements Compatible with iPod Touch (3rd generation or later, iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPad. iTunes account required.
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