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Approximately 25,000 Australian’s suffer a sudden cardiac arrest each year. Would you know what to do?

● WINNER - 2010 Safe Work ACT Award

Resuscitate focuses on the importance of the St John DRSABCD Action Plan. The DRSABCD Action Plan is used by First Responders around the world as primary assessment for every casualty.

Included in the App is a powerful proximity sensor that locates your nearest St John Ambulance Public Access Defibrillator (PAD). As PAD’s become more readily available ensure you have the confidence to correctly manage a medical emergency.

Resuscitate includes features such as:
● Easy-to-read DRSABCD Action Plan with large clear images
● Powerful Public Access Defibrillator proximity sensor
● Fun and interactive animated defibrillator demonstration
● Embedded video demonstration of how to use an Automated External Defibrillator
● Add your workplace PAD to the national map to promote maximum exposure.

St John Ambulance provides first aid training to over 400,000 People in Australian each year. With over 125 years experience in the provision of emergency first aid, St John Ambulance Australia is the Country's most trusted name in first aid services.

What’s New

Version 1.2

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Updated for iOS 8 and improved graphics for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

shaykles ,

Resuscitate will save lives!

What a fantastic application. Finally a simple and fun way to explain to people how to use an AED. The odds of witnessing a Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) are far greater than witnessing an office fire yet everyone seems to know how to use a fire extinguisher but not an AED.

Get your priorities right people!

These devices save lives everyday and its not rocket science. Isn't it about time you learnt how to use one?

blaisdhfasklf ,


Not bad, but I got this because the list of defibs is really useful. Unfortunately it only shows St John defibs which is next to useless really, as you don't really care who owns the difib, you just need one straight away. So unless you witness a cardiac arrest at a few sites in Melbourne where St John are, you are probably better at screaming for a defibrillator that using this. I notice there is an "add your defibrillator" section. Perhaps St John need to oragnise to keep an up to date list of where they are located which would make this better.

sanchinbin ,

Everybody should be trained

This info is great and can be used when least expected just like accidents are. When a situation occurs, be calm, don't panick and put into practise what you've learnt. It takes self control but you will be thanked later for saving a life and feeling human. Too many just walk past and don't want to get involved because they're not prepared. Read, remember, learn and mentaly pre-think all case scenarios and always expect the unnexpected.

App Privacy

The developer, St John Ambulance Australia Incorporated, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer's privacy policy.

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