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iFirstAid Lite. First Aid on your iPhone and iPad
 
iFirstAid Lite is a FREE, Emergency First Aid assistant which includes essential First Aid topics:
 
- CPR
- Bleeding
- Burns
- Choking
- Poisoning
 
With it's single-page, 'memory jog' format, iFirstAid Lite is designed to make it as easy as possible to recall First Aid procedures when you need them most.
 
All iFirstAid Lite content is authored by international First Aid expert Ella Tyler, winner of the International Florence Nightingale Medal. Ella is a Registered Nurse and Midwife, with two degrees in Adult Education and over 30 years experience in First Aid teaching and instructor training. She is the author or editor of 18 first aid books.
 
iFirstAid Lite is based on the award winning FIRST AID EMERGENCY HANDBOOK by Survival Emergency Products.
 
Download this potentially life-saving App now!

What's New

Version 3.7

"We are continually making improvements to iFirstAid, which includes a better user experience and minor bug fixes."

Ratings and Reviews

Great Start - waiting on further content

Sydneysider01

I think this is a fantastic app and really shows the power of a smart phone. Couple of additional ideas:
1/ CPR: have a "start button" that starts a timer and calls out the CPR cadence by voice and calls the breath sequence. Hitting stop button times length of CPR for EMT info.
2/ Photo's of blue-ring octopus/bluebottle/funnel web etc. tapping them leads to specific first aid for sting/bite
3/ Really keen to see rest of manual in this app - fully fledged First aid manual
4/ Each section with an "updated date" some of the sections such as CPR are constantly changing so it would be good to be able to review what date the advice was last updated.

Keep up the good work - this has the potential to become a crucial iphone app and assist with saving lives!

Essential

shoyuweenie

This should be on everyones iPhone/iPod Touch. It is well designed, informative and upto date which is essential for any first aid application. It can be customised for Australian use and yes the 112 number is for dialling the emergency number from your mobile anywhere in the world (eg, 112 defualts to 911 in the USA). Can't recommend this high enough. Well done to the developers and look forward to the full version!

very useful information - great - thanks

99sg

I can see this being a very useful application.
i'm not trying to be negative, just constructive - so - i'd like to see an 'other' tab to include probably the less urgent things like bites and stings, asthma, eyes, sunburn, concussion etc. i'm a surf instructor in australia, and while i've done many first aid courses, i often forget treatment for for snakes, stingrays, octopus, jellyfish, spiders, bees. etc.

Information

Seller
Survival Emergency Products
Size
43 MB
Category
Health & Fitness
Compatibility
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2017 Survival Emergency Products
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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