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    British Heart Foundation's PocketCPR App Provides Real-Time Feedback And Instructions on CPR Using A

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    imageBritish Heart Foundation's PocketCPR App Provides Real-Time Feedback And Instructions on CPR Using Accelerometer

    The British Heart Foundation has released a new app in the App Store called BHF PocketCPR that gives iPhone users a clear step-by-step instructions of how to give a CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation).

    In addition to this, the app makes use of iPhone's accelerometer to provide real-time feedback on the CPR so that you perform it at the correct rate and depth.

    The BHF PocketCPR includes the following features:

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    • WiiltWiilt Posts: 104
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      it's about the time that we entrusted the lives of others on an iphone app. We are going to see news reports of people blaming "silent mode" for the suffocation of other >.>
    • SimonSimon Posts: 134
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      Rather someone do it with silent mode on then nobody doing it atall.
    • SteveSteve Posts: 326
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      This has got to be the least well thought out app ever, BHF have a advert running at the moment “Hard and Fast” doing cpr hands only along to the music of Staying Alive, This app beeps much slower, but most important, how the heck do you hold the iphone and press hard? I tried it on my wife ;) kept getting other apps open as I tried to hold the phone and buttons got pressed. Stupid App, would be better for BHF to give you a free copy of “Staying Alive”
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