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Best apps for first aid

Pocket First Aid & CPR, First Aid, and more

Pocket First Aid & CPR was recently updated to incorporate the American Heart Association’s guidelines for CPR. Instructions are “clear and concise” and supplemented by 34 videos. ($2, iOS or Android)

First Aid is an American Red Cross app that offers tips for handling emergencies from heart attacks to burns. It even provides guidance if you ever find yourself caught near a volcanic eruption. “Preloaded content means you don’t need Wi-Fi to access the app—a necessity during emergencies.” (Free, iOS or Android)

Drops First Aid features “easy-to-understand” instructions and a simple interface, which can be crucial when you have to act quickly. ($2, iOS)

GotoAID offers emergency-care tips for pets as well as people. ($5 for advanced version; iOS or Android)

Source: Mashable.com

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