** New 2011 CPR guidelines now available **
With in-house medical staff, close cooperation with American Heart Association and Red Cross and millions of hard-copy guides in print – we’ve been delivering First Aid content that has been accurate, proven and trusted for over 30 years. We take our First Aid guide very seriously!
Topics include everything essential you can expect from a complete mobile first & treatment guide. There are even special sections covering what to do for infant and children emergencies!
Offline Access! There’s always a chance wireless or internet service will be unavailable or too slow when you need help in an emergency. Our guide runs local on your phone, so you will always have a super fast local reference to DOZENS of medical emergencies that will help you handle almost ANY of these quickly, correctly and safely – whenever and wherever you need it.
1. Emergencies: What to Do
2. Fear and Panic
3. Choking – Adult
4. Choking – Child
5. Choking – Infant
6. CPR – Unresponsive Adult
7. CPR – Unresponsive Child
8. CPR – Unresponsive Infant
9. Open Airway
10. AED / Defibrillators
11. CPR Summary
12. Bleeding, Bruises, Internal Bleeding
14. Heart Attack / Stroke
15. Asthma Attack
16. Burns – First, Second & Third Degree
17. Burns – Electrical
18. Burns – Chemical
19. Shock – Allergies
20. Shock – Other
21. Fractures & Sprains
23. Back/Neck Injuries
24. Head Injuries / Concussion
26. Calling Poison Control
27. Eye Injuries
28. Convulsions / Seizures
29. Diabetic Emergencies
31. Heat Cramp
32. Heat Exhaustion / Stroke
33. Cold Emergencies
35. Stings – Insect / Bee
36. Stings – Spider / Marine
37. Bites – Snake / Animal
38. Fever / Body Temperatures
39. Dental Injuries
41. Emergency Births – Imminent
42. Emergency Births – What to do
43. Emergency Births – Labor
44. Emergency Births – Birth
45. Making your own First Aid Kit
46. USA & International Emergency Numbers
This is an app you hope you will never need to use, but when you need it, you’ll have it ready at your finger tips.
Medical information is based on the new 2011 guidelines of the American Red Cross and international health organizations.
Like all our ‘phoneflips’, this lightweight application has NO Adverts, NO In-App Purchases, never needs an internet connection and won’t take up much space on your phone or tablet. Portrait & Landscape mode supported.
For hard copy versions please visit our store at: http://www.flipperguides.com/
Guarantee: If you are not completely satisfied or have any issue with this guide please contact us first so we can resolve immediately.
- Latest 2011 CPR Guidelines! (ARC, AHA & International Associations)
- New treatment section for Anaphylactic shock (severe allergic reaction)
- Sections for Healthcare Professionals
- CPR Summary Table
- Improved Graphics
- App to SD Card now supported
Content rating: Everyone
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Rating: Emergency First Aid Guide average rating is 4.1 and it’s rated by 55 users.
Downloads: Emergency First Aid Guide is downloaded in the range of 1,000-5,000
Price: US$0.99 (Prices can vary depending on your location)
Size: Emergency First Aid Guide application size is approximately 2 M
Publisher: Emergency First Aid Guide is published by phoneflips
Publisher Website: http://www.phoneflips.com
Package Name: com.phoneflipper
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