Useful It has information that's good to know but it needs to have information on things that happen more frequently. Like what to do when you overdose or what's the best way to sober youself up
My wife was choking And I noticed when she made some terribly rude noises at dinner. She was clutching her throat and pointing at her back so I said "Hold on honey. Let me get my phone." I grabbed my phone and fired up this app. In less time than it takes to call 411 to get the number for 911 I was able to find it on my phone. Once I loaded it I searched for "bad cooking" but didn't find anything. When I finally found "choking" she had gone off to that diner in the sky. I rated 5 stats because I didn't have a prenuptial.
Amazing From what I have seen so far it is a very informative simple straightforward easy to use emergency care informational app. I hope to never have to use it but it looks like if I do it will lead me the right way.
New York Girl 🌼💖🌼 You should be training every 2 years for your CPR Certificate.This is like a refreshing up course. It's like the course. Follow the steps. 💓💓💓💓🌞🌼🌼🌟🌟
Kat Samsung galaxy s III Good app. Could benefit from a "typed in" search function and less "Q&A" style. Needs to be more advanced technically. Thank you...the info given is a good starting point.
Just ok some of their choking videos need to be modified for example it says to keep doing the chest and back blows until the object is removed or emergency personnel arrive.. what it should say is you should continue going back and forth between chest and back blows until obect is dislodged or infant becomes unresponsive. if child becomes unresponsive can you start CPR
- Improved UI and navigation, same great emergency app
- Quick Care factoids to help you prepare for an emergency
- International emergency numbers
- Alerts from the American Red Cross when natural disasters occur
- Easy way to donate to the American Red Cross
Emergency, Medical Contact information. Location of Hospitals, send SOS message