Pulsar CPR

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About this app

Application that may assist with CPR by showing the pace of the heart compression and rescue breathing.

Main features:
- one click to start the assistant
- heart pulses demonstrate the recommended chest compression frequency
- a beep sound indicates when the chest compression should be performed
- chest compression counter restarts to suggest the rescue breath
- shows elapsed time from the start of CPR
- call an ambulance button - after confirmation initiates a call to the ambulance (on the speaker phone)

- pulse frequency and chest compression counter restarts can be configured to allow for CPR for adults/children
- the default configuration applies for adults: 100 pulses per minute, rescue breath every 30 pulses
- ambulance phone number - 112 by default but can be easily changed to country specific number e.g. 911

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Updated on
Oct 1, 2018

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125 reviews
A Google user
March 10, 2019
Good basic tool. For most people, compressions only CPR has become the norm. The thought is that if rescuers can remember one thing in crisis mode it would be most beneficial if it was good compressions and timing. For more advanced CPR providers, and/or rescues where more than one person is on scene who is a trained first responder, rescue breathes between compressions is preferable. It would be good to have a preference setting for either style.
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A Google user
February 1, 2019
Easy to set up, beeps to keep chest compression rhythm, notes start time and duration automatically ~ if you keep it running. It doesn't prompt breaths after the cpr cycle, it just continues to the next cpr cycle. It should either talk and say ventilate, ventilate at an appropriate pace, then continue; or stop and allow you to resume manually. It doesn't allow either.
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Kings Teo
September 10, 2022
Seems okay, visual & audio guide also a quick option to call emergency service. Simple, quick & easy to use.
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What's new

Bugfix for skipped numbers.