"It really is a must-have app as it could spell the difference between life and death." Macworld Magazine
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St John Ambulance Australia provides First Aid training to 400,000 people in Australia each year. St John Ambulance Australia is the most trusted name in First Aid training, kits and supplies.
Now you can carry over 125 years of First Aid research, experience and knowledge right in your pocket. ‘First Aid’ is Australia’s only iPhone app that presents step-by-step emergency First Aid information to the user with a large clear image for each step. Saving the life of a loved one is easier than you might expect.
‘First Aid’ by St John Ambulance Australia is undoubtedly the easiest First Aid app on the market to use. Packed with some of the most common and critical conditions that require immediate life saving First Aid.
Bites and Stings
Removal of Helmet
Sprains & Strains
'First Aid' by St John Ambulance Australia has been developed with the help of Intensive Care Paramedics, Nurses, Doctors and First Aid training specialists. 'First Aid' is exclusive to the Australian App Store and includes the latest Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) guidelines, as set out by the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC).
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I usually forget how to use the slings for the different applications maybe a part on the app with the correct techniques for the corresponding injury could help
iPhone offloads the app if not used regularly!
This isn’t an issue with the app but a problem with iPhones/iPads. If you don’t use an app regularly, I found out it gets offloaded automatically by my iPhone. Basically that means the app and all the data gets put on the cloud and you have to download it again to access it. It’s to help with storage I think. You have to go deep into Settings to turn this feature off.
In the case of the First Aid app (that I’ve luckily never needed to use in an emergency), this could lead to devastating problems. Let’s say the app gets offloaded without you realising and you don’t have enough credit to download it onto your phone during an emergency, there could be huge repercussions. Anyway, I didn’t know where else to make this issue known... It’s something to be aware of.
Good resource but quite limited and missing vital info
Some pretty important first aid issues are missing such as strokes, seizures, heart attack (there is chest pain but this only seems to cover angina), dislocations, heat exhaustion/heat stroke, hypothermia and hyperthermia, and head, neck, spinal, abdominal and pelvic injuries. Also how about some advice on bandages, pads, slings, first aider safety (e.g. gloves and other PPE) and other first aid necessities?
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- 108.6 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
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Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.