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Medical Campus Mobile Apps
Lis of Emergency Medical Services Apps
Critical Care Emergencies
Quick reference tool for professional medical and attending personnel in critical care or emergency situations. Resources include latest guidelines from the American Heart Association for Critical Care and Emergency Care, ACC/AHA STEMI, and others.
This is a medical game app that is free to use - additional cases can be unlocked with purchase - for practicing emergency care. Make diagnoses of critical patients presenting with a variety of needs.
List of EMS Certification Apps
EMT Study is the ultimate and most current guide to the NREMT designed and developed from the ground up by currently practicing EMTs and Paramedics. Whether you're studying for the NREMT, an employment exam, or simply an aspiring EMT, this app is for you.
EMT Tutor Lite - Scenarios
EMTutor presents over 50 scenarios written for the EMT based on real life situations. Also a practice test, and practice flashcards. Use the EMTutor Lite to see where you stand with recent updates with EMT Basic material.
NREMT® EMT-B Exam Prep 2016 Edition
Pocket Prep is an award-winning tool in mobile learning and exam preparation. Pocket Prep allows you to study anywhere, anytime, right from your mobile device. We strive to make studying more efficient by redefining how you prepare for the NREMT® Emergency Medical Technician (Basic) exam. Create customized practice tests, view detailed answer rationales, and review your results with just a few taps!
Staying Alive 3D
Staying Alive, the 3D Serious Game, helps save lives by teaching people how to administer first aid : Both healthcare professionals and the general public are able to learn appropriate behavior, movements and techniques that can contribute to saving the life of a person who has experienced sudden cardiac arrest.Cardiac arrests kill more than 250,000 and 40,000 people each year in the United States and France, respectively.