Awesome application... Grammar doesn't matter at the time of emergency.... Saving a life is more important than grammar...
Best App I've found yet. Easy to understand, better what doctors tell you, And helps you figure out if you need to be seen Now or if it's alright to wait to see your own Doctor
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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.
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