This first aid app is produced in conjunction with the American Heart Association, the organization in charge of determining standard of care related to many acute health issues, such as CPR. We take an in depth look at this app, and highlight how it was actively used in the Haiti earthquake to survive critical injuries.
There was a fascinating interview on the Today show of Don Woolley, an American filmmaker in Haiti who used his iPhone to help him survive the massive earthquake. ….Woolley had taken refuge in an elevator shaft, where he used an iPhone first-aid app to treat a compound fracture of his leg and a cut on […]
As international relief efforts ramp up in Haiti, we are reminded of how fragile society is in many parts of the world. With shanty towns scattered around Port-au-Prince, a health and public services infrastructure devastated by years of natural and human disasters, and a centralized leadership that was only recently beginning to establish legitimacy, the […]