Awesome application... Grammar doesn't matter at the time of emergency.... Saving a life is more important than grammar...
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Grammar matters in an emergency I only went through a small portion of the guidance, but I found the instructions difficult to follow due to the English grammatical errors. If I was in a first aid situation and needed guidance, I need to be able to read it without getting confused or delayed. The material is good for a lay person, it's just hard to follow. I was left wondering if the content was put together by someone who was translating or not a native English speaker/writer.
Wrong info I downloaded this app as I am a CPR instructor, as well as a medic. Noted with the CPR that there is a pulse check, as well as a check every minute. For the layperson, there is no pulse check. The pulse check only applies for MFR and above. As well, we do not check a pulse every minute, but we do 5 cycles of 30 and 2 (30 compressions with two vents), or approx. 2 minutes of CPR, with a quick check for breathing, then back to 5 cycles of 30 and 2 if not breathing. Again, MFR and above may do a pulse check. This is from the 2010 guidelines with no changes in the new 2015 guidelines. If this info was fixed, would give 5 stars.
The first thing you must do when treating a person is OPEN THE AIRWAY AND MAINTAIN BREATHING! ABC's... A- Airway B- Breathing...C- circulation. If patient does not have a clear airway, patient will die. This is not 2nd or 3rd or 4th on the list but FIRST.
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