Rescue Me CPR

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About this app

While a variety of applications exist to provide educational resources for teaching CPR and assistance tools for those who have already been educated in CPR, this application is a tool to provide untrained people with a guide on how to perform adequate CPR that can be followed-along-with during an emergency situation. This application was developed for and is currently being assessed at the UCSD School of Medicine through an IRB approved study for effectiveness at being able to coach untrained individuals through performing life-sustaining CPR. As the study is not complete and the application is currently for educational and demonstrational purposes only, not to be used in an emergency situation.

The application also features instructions on when/how to perform the Heimlich maneuver and to administer Narcan to reverse an opioid overdose.
Updated on
May 5, 2023

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33 reviews
Leigh Clow
March 26, 2023
Great app, very clear instruction. 1 minor point, during the CPR process when you get to the rescue breaths, the audio track indicates there's an option to tap "skip breaths" if you're uncomfortable with that part, however I don't have that option anywhere on my screen. Am I missing something or is the "Skip breaths" option not present in the app yet? Thanks.
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Marisa DeLuca
November 12, 2023
I used this app in an emergency and it worked beautifully. I had cpr training long ago but having this app reminded me of what to do. Walked me through compressions with loud, clear instructions until a medical pro arrived. Everyone should have this app just in case.
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Jill Jenkins
November 4, 2023
I've taken CPR and administered a number of times, and I think anyone can follow the instructions in this app. The reminder to call 911, send someone for an AED or give narcan are excellent too! What a great idea!
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