WinFRAT v. 0.7.6.0 beta

WinFRAT users
First-responders Radiological Assessment Triage for Windows (WinFRAT) is to be used by any person who has the responsibility to assess and record medical information from a suspected radiation event.
 
Hardware and operating system requirements
First-responders Radiological Assessment Triage for Windows (WinFRAT) runs on Windows XP SP3, Vista, or 7, with .NET Framework 3.5 SP1, with a minimum of a Pentium 200 with 1 MB of RAM and 10 MB of free disk space. No endorsement is implied nor should be inferred from reference to any commercial products.
 
Distribution
Distribution is limited to individuals from countries allied to the U.S. and to individuals from non-allied countries that are not currently defined by the Department of State as Terrorist Countries (see website: www.state.gov/j/ct/list/c14151.htm), subject to review and approval by the Department of Defense.

U.S. Government users may request and obtain the current WinFRAT software and future upgrades via the AFRRI website (www.usuhs.edu/afrri/biodostools.htm).
Privacy statement and disclaimer
  • The Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI) and the United States Government are not responsible for any damage that occurs as a result of the use of this program. Users assume all responsibility for the results of the program's use.
  • All information obtained by the use of this program is confidential under the Privacy Act of 1974. Misuse of this information violates the Privacy Act of 1974 and is subject to the penalties thereof.
  • The WinFRAT program is NOT a substitute for treatment decisions by physicians and other trained healthcare professionals. AFRRI, DoD, and the United States Government do not assume responsibility for use (or misuse) of the WinFRAT program by anyone other than federal healthcare providers acting within the scope of their duties.