When you arrive at the scene of an emergency the first few minutes are decisive. The life of an injured person can depend on whether you carry out the correct measures or not. This guide, compiled in collaboration with the Johanniter Ambulance (the German sister organization oft the St John ambulance), will help you to render first aid quickly and competently. The contents are, of course, in accordance with the newest first-aid guidelines.
In contrast to other methods, it is not necessary to make a diagnosis (for instance, heart attack). You choose from six guiding symptoms to find out what the situation is. The App will then lead you through the correct measures to be undertaken. These are explained step by step with clear illustrative material. For instance:
● Recovery position
● Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (listen to the correct frequency)
● Using the defibrillator
● Making the emergency call
● Life-saving grip
● Measures in the case of injury
● Checking breathing
Refresh your first-aid knowledge with this App! In addition to this you have all the emergency measures at your fingertips on your iPhone/iPod Touch. And don’t forget, this knowledge is not a luxury, it’s a must!
In the series KNOW-IT-ALL there are different Apps available in interesting and useful fields of knowledge. Further topics on offer are:
- Wines and grapes
- Recognizing architectural epochs
- Clouds & weather
We look forward to your feedback and suggestions for improvement.
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RIGHT, RIGHT, RIGHT!!!!!!!!
@ iPhone Danny: In case of a stroke you should raise the upper part of the body (like correctly described in the app)! Simple and evident reason: This will reduce the blood pressure on the brain. This is a generally binding rule. Many reviews in the app store are "only" stupid, but this is wrong and very dangerous!
iPhone Danny needs this app a lot more than he thinks because then he not only would know how to correctly treat for a CVA, he would also know that CVA stands for CEREBRO vascular accident and not cardio vascular accident.
Makes me feel more confident
I'ma first-time parent and I'm paranoid about all (mostly imaginary :-) dangers that my precious little one encounters every day. this great free app gives me some comfort :-) Thanks!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.