As a CPR course guide, lots of students told me that "in time of stress I would never be able to remember what to do and I will probably prefer not to perform CPR".
"Real time CPR guide" comes to resolve this fear, because the application displays the CPR's flow in easy and intuitive way.
Furthermore,with "Real time CPR guide" you can learn how to perform CPR at the correct way. and also to remember its steps.
In time of needed, the application will guide you with the correct flow steps and will explain you how to perform each step.
"Real time CPR guide" display videos without network connection so you can take it with you where ever you go.
NOTE - If you have comments, idea how to improve this application or you find bug, I would realy appreciate if you contact me so I could make this application better.
*Adult, child, infant, and pet CPR guides
*First aid for choking adults, children, and infants
*CPR course finder to help you get certified
*CPR FAQ to answer common questions
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CPR metronome, BEEP sound emitted by 100 times per minute, you can check the timing of chest compressions.
Please use and training of chest compressions.
You can configure the following settings in the options.
(Press the Menu button on your terminal, please select the settings that are displayed.)
* Disabling the splash-screen display
* Run immediately after start-
* Adjust the volume-BEEP(Kind of volume can be selected.)
* Flashing LED icon on the screen
* ON / OFF of the vibration
* Change the tempo of the chest compressions:
* Tempo can be changed in the range of 100 to 120 times per minute
* Display and count from 1 to 30
* Select the number of chest compressions (15 or 30)
* Providing a two-time doses of artificial respiration
* Adjustment of the time when artificial respiration
* Establish the time of airway
* Initialize the value-setting screen, press the "Clear" button from the menu
* Reset the CPR task when you restart:
(If checked, when after a pause, press the Play button to start from the first cycle (chest compressions) of CPR.
When suspended, eg, at AED, you can start from the same Mel chest compressions resumed by this time.)
※ environment android viersion 2.2 and earlier, the tempo or timing will shift.
In some cases you may want to delay processing by other applications but 2.3.
The CPR videos that incorporate the latest guidelines issued by the American Heart Association (Oct 2010). The most prominent change is from A-B-C (airway, breathing, chest compressions) to C-A-B (chest compressions first, then airway and breathing).
From the AHA Executive Summary (http://circ.ahajournals.org/cgi/content/full/122/18_suppl_3/S640): "The newest development in the 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC is a change in the basic life support (BLS) sequence of steps from "A-B-C" (Airway, Breathing, Chest compressions) to "C-A-B" (Chest compressions, Airway, Breathing) for adults and pediatric patients (children and infants, excluding newly borns). Although the experts agreed that it is important to reduce time to first chest compressions, they were aware that a change in something as established as the A-B-C sequence would require re-education of everyone who has ever learned CPR."
Be sure to maintain proper training as there are other important changes to the guidelines in addition to C-A-B.
Emergency Mobile is a mobile app that provides easy to use visual and verbal step-by-step instructions on how to administer CPR to adults and provides a direct and immediate connection to 911. This first release only includes adult CPR, Buy now and you will get child and infant updates for free.
CPR Assist provides a clear visual and audible representation of the 110 beats recommended in the UK. It is a tool for qualified first aiders, with settings for child (1 and over) and adult casualties, providing details of rescue breaths and compression depth necessary for these casualties.
Please do not rely on this app in an emergency. It is no substitute for effective first-aid training.
It's FREE so I hope it helps somebody :-)
Information provided by leading educators and doctors at the University of Washington and the American Heart Association. The interface is very simple allowing for fast clicks of emergency type.
Don't waste time with videos. Each second counts...
During a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), there must be someone commanding the whole team, including the time and relay of cardiac massage.
To help manage this type of situation, our application shows different values of time required for a better monitoring of CPR.
HOW TO USE?
Let a program shortcut in a location easily accessible on your phone. When a Carido-respiratory arrest occurs, open the program and it will automatically start the operation of its functions.
Every two minutes, an alarm will be played along with a vibrating alert, indicating that it is time to switch the rescuer.
In addition, the application shows you the current time, the start time, the elapsed time and the current cycle number.
We recommend that you, after using the program, always close it by tapping the Exit button.
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It is useful as a supplementary tool in the CPR educational area.
< Function of CPR simulation >
It shows the compression rate with playing a sound 100(or 110,120)/min and animation.
You can start and Stop the chest compression rhythm by the shake gesture.
Please select a favorite animation from 4 patterns.
You can do the simulation by following settings;
*Simulation of CPR with C-A-B.
- You can select a compression-to-ventilation ratio, 30:2 or 15:2.
- It shows a interruption time with a picture that prompts to start breathing when you need a breathing. Then it sounds every 1 second and automatically restarts a chest compression after 10 seconds.
*Simulation of Hands-only CPR
*Compression - ventilation time recording
- You can record to compression and ventilation time. And save to SD card.
< Function of Timer >
Count-down Timer : if you want to lesson CPR at a given time.
Count-up Timer : if you want to check a elapsed time by CPR.
Opt. Alarm at a set time - you may use it for medication support at the situation of ACLS.
CPR Metronome was written by a paramedic for EMS personnel to solve two common problems with CPR resuscitation by EMS providers: compressions which are too slow and ventilating the patient too fast.
To address these problems, CPR Metronome plays a sound at 110 beats per minute (to coincide with the currently-recommended guidelines for compressions) to give an audible cue to the correct compression rate; it's pretty simple... when the app clicks, compress the chest. To solve the problem of over-bagging the patient, a gong sounds 12 times per minute to indicate when to ventilate.
Both sounds are combined into a single audio track that loops indefinitely until the app is stopped. The best practice is to open the app when you're enroute to a call, then as you approach the patient, tap "Start CPR", clip the phone back on your belt, and go to work just like normal. CPR Metronome will begin a stopwatch from the time you begin so you know exactly how long CPR has been in progress and will play the audible signal to keep time for you to ensure an optimal compression and ventilation rate. In addition to providing a timer for the optimal rate of compressions and ventilations, having the sound playing as you're working the patient provides an audible cue to remind you that the patient has no blood flow when you stop compressions, and reminds you that compressions need to be resumed as quickly as possible.
CPR Metronome cost me a bundle to develop, but I truly believe in high quality CPR, so I am giving it away for free to get it in as many providers' hands as possible. The only thing I ask is that you check out my other apps, OmniMedix, EasyECG, and OmniFire, and consider purchasing one or more of them; by doing so, you can help me offset my development costs for CPR Metronome, as well as help me out in sort of a "crowdfunding campaign" as I currently try to pay for the very expensive process of applying to and interviewing for medical school, with the goal of some day being a paramedic-turned-EMS Medical Director.
I would also ask you to check out my webpage at http://www.omnimedicsolutions.com and visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/omnimedicsolutions for more educational tools and teachings. I'm a working street medic just like you guys are, and all of my apps were developed from seeing a need that hadn't been addressed yet by any other apps. I believe that "we" know what we need more than someone who isn't actually out there on the street running calls every day.
This app is not a substitute for formal CPR training, but is intended to supplement proper training, and is only intended for use by professional healthcare providers. After you have tried the app, please be sure to return to the app store and give us a feedback rating and comments.
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Chest compression is executed by pumping the chest to circulate oxygenated blood throughout the body. Three factors of chest compressions are crucial: hand placement, depth of compression, and compression rate. CPR guideline states to compress the adult chest at a rate of at least 100 compressions per minute, with a compression depth of at least 2 inches/5 cm, and at "the middle of the chest" by AHA guideline 2010.
The aim of the developed system is to estimate the compression action and to provide a feedback to follow the guideline above. Our software was designed to target Android 2.3 and higher.
Only 5% of patients in Sudden Cardiac Arrest survive. Why? Mostly because CPR is not started immediately.
TEAM LIFE CPR is an easy to follow CPR Script to use in the event of a Sudden Cardiac Arrest.
Here are some numbers which suggest you stand a good chance of saving your family, your loved ones and probably yourself. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US (every year 225000 people die and 6 out of 1000 are prone to have a heart attack in the US). If that sounds scary, the world’s two most populous nations, India and China, each with a billion plus population, have a far more accelerating growth rate of heart attacks. As a case in point, coronary heart attack in urban India is more than ten percent and growing. Rest of the world does not differ too much either.
These growing numbers metaphorically indicate that the hearts are getting smaller and weaker, the arteries which carry blood to the heart are also getting smaller in comparison to the bulging pockets, bulging cholesterol in the arteries, the bulging stressful lives, and the bulging sedentary lifestyle we are leading.
But you can play God, e r Messenger. You can save lives. Hundreds of them. All you need is to understand and get trained on CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation). You can save people affected by heart attacks. It’s as easy as 123. CPR ensures flow of blood to the brain, even after the stoppage of a heart due to cardiac arrest, and keeps the person alive. To help you get started on CPR, we have this small little app with the latest CPR guidelines, CPR principles, legal, technical, devices, steps, etc.
In the real world, you may skip an internet connection in a trail in the Tundras or the Grand Canyon or in the Amazon rain forest, or in the Canadian Prairies, but the heart may skip a beat anywhere, for any of your loved ones. Keeping this in mind, we’ve ensured that once downloaded, this app works offline, even when there is no internet connection.
Follow the steps, saving lives is easier than you thought. Be All.
This app can be used offline.
This app is FREE.
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The Basic/EMT task of performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation is fully illustrated using 3D graphics and interactive exercises to reinforce key learning concepts. This lesson includes: patient and scene evaluation, proper CPR techniques on adult, child and an infant, as well as airway management and oxygen administration techniques.
Medrills, presented by ArchieMD, provides compelling training material for preventive and general medical tasks such as obtaining IV access, performing CPR, or using an AED. The app is dedicated to an individual medical task and includes:
1. An instructional animation providing a deep understanding of the medical task.
2. Training with interactive exercises which enable practicing the task to prepare for assessment.
3. Testing section to evaluate the user’s knowledge and skill level of a particular task.
4. Receive CECBEMS course credit hours for mastering the test.
You can now purchase the Testing Mode for $.99, which gives you to the capabilities of receiving Continuing Education Hours (CEH)/ Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits after successfully completing the application. These hours are approved by CECBEMS, the national accrediting body for EMS continuing education courses and course providers.
In the Testing and Certification mode, EMTs (non Paramedic) will receive 1.0 Basic Continuing Education Hour, certified by CECBEMS.
NOTE – IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CEH CREDIT HOURS AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF : $1.99 MUST BE MADE AS AN IN-APP PURCHASE. USERS WHO DO NOT PURCHASE THE CEH AND TESTING MODE MAY VIEW THE INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO AND TRAINING MODE BUT WILL NOT BE PARTICIPATING IN A CECBEMS ACCREDITED COURSE.
CECBEMS verifies that sound education principles have been demonstrated in the development of this educational offering as evidenced by the review of its objectives, teaching plan, faculty, and program evaluation processes. CECBEMS does not endorse or support the actual opinions or material content as presented by the speaker(s) and/or sponsoring organization.
Welcome to the AHA eBooks app. To purchase digital versions of AHA books, please visit the AHA eBooks website at www.eBooks.heart.org.
On the AHA eBook website, login or create an account. Books purchased from this website can be downloaded on this app after purchase.
After you complete the purchase process, return to this AHA eBooks app.
Make sure you press the refresh button at the top so it is up-to-date.
When you see the book you purchased, just press “download” and then “read” and your library is ready to access.
With your eBooks library, you can search across titles, browse by category, add bookmarks, change the font size to your preference, jump within the text between chapters and to figures, tables, references and much more.
The American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest, largest voluntary organization devoted to fighting cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
PulsePoint currently provides coverage for hundreds of cities and communities, with many more on the way.
The PulsePoint app is a virtual window into these 911 communication centers and provides real-time access to emergency activity as it is occurring. Users can view incidents - including the current response status of dispatched units - and instantly pinpoint the location on an interactive map. Curious as to where that fire engine or ambulance that just passed is headed? Is there an accident up ahead causing this traffic tie-up? Just tap the application to quickly find the incident location or plan an alternate route.
Additionally, users can choose to receive incident notifications when they are dispatched and listen in on live emergency radio traffic via this modern version of the traditional fire scanner. A photo gallery of significant events along with other agency images and information can also be easily accessed.
Would you like to see PulsePoint supported in your community? All that is required on the local level is the initiative to get started. Bring PulsePoint to the attention of your local fire department, city council, or emergency response agency and tell them you would like them to see PulsePoint helping to save lives in your community.
Original development of the PulsePoint app was the result of a successful partnership between the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District (CA) and the College of Informatics at Northern Kentucky University in 2009. In 2011 the PulsePoint Foundation was formed “to share its life saving potential.” Today all engineering is provided by skilled volunteers from Workday, Inc.
For more information, visit our web site at www.pulsepoint.org or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More from developer
- Updated to reflect The American Heart Association Guidelines on CPR & Emergency Cardiovascular Care
- 34 videos and 46 high-resolution illustrations added
- Added Search functionality
- Reorganized content to make it easier to find help in an emergency
- Adult, Child, and Infant CPR
- Adult, Child, and Infant Choking
- Redesigned user interface for ease of use
- Bug fixes and other enhancements to improve user experience
Pocket First Aid & CPR from the American Heart Association helps save a life in Haiti. Read the incredible story of Dan Woolley, who survived 65 hours under rubble using this application. As seen on CNN, NBC Nightly News, Fox News, London Daily Mail, NPR, and many more. http://bit.ly/7LgxSu
All content provided by the American Heart Association, the nation's oldest and largest voluntary health organization dedicated to building healthier lives, free of heart disease and stroke. Learn more by visiting www.heart.org. Powered by Jive Media, the leading producer of consumer medical applications for mobile devices: http://jive.me/technology/
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This application is designed for the general public and is not meant to substitute for full CPR and first aid training, nor is it meant to be used by a healthcare provider in a professional setting.
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