This year’s best new medical apps for iPhone & Android cover a lot of territory and surprisingly most are free.
The Duke CPR app walks users without prior training through compression only CPR.
PulsePoint uses iPhone & Android apps to alert nearby good samaritans when there is a cardiac arrest.
Automated, mobile phone based system can help get critical early CPR to patients with an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
Interview with IvorMedical CEO Dr. Kovic, creator of CPR Pro app & cradle – a new way to perform and learn CPR.
For anybody who has performed CPR during a “code”, it is feels a lot different that one would expect from watching it in on television or compared to doing it on a dummy during in training. For starters, it is always performed during an emergency, with an actual dying patient. Second, it turns out to […]
An ED physician from Croatia uses a free app, Pocket CPR, to deliver actual chest compressions. He uses the built in iPhone accelerometer plus a custom designed cradle to deliver the compressions. I’m not sure if this functionality would actually be useful? We’d be interested to know what you think. Continue on to see the […]