Allows a user to send a telephone message, text message, and GPS location to the emergency services in Iceland.
Austrian first responder and first aid app.
“The Free App (for Android and iOS) of Arbeiter Samariter Bund Österreichs helps with first aid. In an emergency, instructions can be found, which guide the first responder step by step with images and text.
From protection at an accident site, to how to resuscitate after a cardiac arrest, the app provides vital tips.
National and international emergency numbers can be dialed with the push of a button. Now you can also display the location of the nearest defibrillator on a map.
The app can be downloaded for free from the iTunes or Google Play store and is optimized for smartphones and tablets.
Of course, the app does not replace a first aid course, but it can provide the security in an emergency to help quickly and without hesitation.”Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund Österreichs, the Austrian first responder and first aid not for profit organisation which developed and launched the app. | http://bit.ly/2AzXZ63
First aid app for children and babies
“This free app provides simple, easy-to-learn skills to help a baby or child in a first aid emergency.
It is packed with useful tips, animations, and video clips. You can test your knowledge using the app’s built-in first aid quizzes. There is also a handy device to record your child's medication needs and any allergies.
The information you need is all hosted on the app itself, meaning no internet connection is needed, making it fast and easy to access.”Red Cross UK, developer of the app | http://bit.ly/2KLCgeK
Provides information on how to conduct cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for adults.
App intended to help first-responding members of the public who happen to be on scene when someone requires cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
Pill reminder with customisable features
“I use an app called 'Your Medicine 1-2-3 Pro' to track my medication dosage, timing, when I need to fill my prescriptions, and how often I'm using my PRNs (medicines that are taken as needed) ... my doctor asked me to track that. It's simple, hugely customisable, and I don't find it annoying.”
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