The American Heart Association has found that even a brief 60-second CPR video increases one's willingness to attempt giving CPR and improves outcome, so is encouraging users to try it out online.
The San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District is releasing an iPhone App that can dispatch citizens trained in CPR to the scene of a cardiac emergency.
No training would be necessary to operate this concept device.
This $36 device will voice step-by-step instructions in a calm, cool female voice.
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In what they say may be a first, researchers at the Mayo Clinic helped keep a man with no pulse alive--and healthy--for 96 minutes using continuous chest compressions, 12 defibrillator shocks, and capnography.
A California basketball coach downloaded the $1.99 iPhone app Phone Aid to brush up on CPR last week, only to use it the very next day when a student collapsed and his heart stopped beating during practice.
An iPhone app that provides information on how to identify injuries and perform first aid and CPR on victims.