PulsePoint is a very interesting safety app which is designed to empower ordinary people such as you and I with the ability to track medical emergencies as they happen and provide real-time medical assistance to people in our local area who are currently suffering from cardiac arrest.
If you’re trained in CPR then I would definitely suggest downloading this medical emergency app and keeping it handy on your iPhone because you can set it up to notify you with an alert whenever someone needs help in your local area.
This definitely sounds like a worthy cause to me, and the good safety app for iPhone is very professionally developed so I would please urge you to keep reading our Pulsepoint app review to see why you should really consider downloading this app.
When you first start using this app, you’ll want to search in the Agencies section. This can be done either by agency, city, or zip code, and will enable you to find medical emergency services in your area so that you can receive notifications and information relevant to your actual location.
Selecting an agency will provide you with information such as the area it serves and a historical profile. By tapping the Follow button in the top right-hand corner you can receive updates in real time any time there is an emergency callout made by the given agency.
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I find this fascinating because you can tap onto emergencies as they appear on your feed and see where the emergency has been logged on a map.
Receive notifications of emergency callouts in your local area
Find out when someone is hit with cardiac arrest in your local area
View detailed information on agencies and track them on a news feed
Listen in on radio dispatch exchanges to learn more about the patient
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There is nothing negative to say about this app
PulsePoint looks great and works like a charm, but the bottom line is this: if you’re even remotely experienced with performing CPR, then keeping this app on your iPhone could potentially help you save a life.
I think that the few minutes it will take you to download this app and find the relevant agencies in your area are a worthwhile investment for the chance to really make a difference; what do you think?