- iFirstAid Lite
iFirstAid. First Aid on your iPhone.
* Now with voice instructions, a CPR timer and slick new interface!
iFirstAid Lite is a FREE, Emergency First Aid assistant which includes essential First Aid topics:
It also provides Police, Fire, Ambulance and Poison Information Center numbers for 99 countries, with more coming soon.
iFirstAid Lite is designed in Australia to meet some of the most harsh and unforgiving conditions on the planet. So you can count on it wherever you are around the globe.
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! It's FREE!
Note: iFirstAid Lite is not available in the UK. Please search instead for our UK specific app “FirstAid Emergency Handbook”.
Version 2.10 (Mar 22, 2012)
First Aid information update
Version 2.08 (Dec 2, 2011)
Compiler Update iOS5 Tested
Version 2.07 (Sep 21, 2011)
Version 2.06 (Aug 28, 2011)
setting selection bug fix
Version 2.05 (Apr 19, 2011)
Updated CPR Related Content
Version 2.03 (Feb 17, 2011)
Fixed audio player bug.
Version 2.02 (Dec 15, 2010)
Critical bug fixes
Version 2.01 (Aug 26, 2010)
Emergency numbers for 99 countries
100bpm CPR beeping timer
Tested with iOS4
Version 2.0 (Aug 17, 2010)
Voice instructions to make emergency first aid even easier!
Emergency phone numbers for 20 new countries!
CPR 100bpm rhythm beeper!
Complete User interface overhaul!
Version 1.3 (Apr 7, 2009)
Bug fixes. Updated content.
Version 1.2 (Feb 28, 2009)
Compatible with iPhone 2.0
Version 1.1 (Feb 7, 2009)
New in this version - Choking - first aid topic has been added. Emergency phone number listings have also been enhanced.