From talking flashlights to souped-up cell phones, high tech gadgets can help during an emergency.
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Would you know what to do during a medical emergency well here is some products that aren’t meant to take the place of a call of 911 or trip to the doctor. But they might help stabilize or even save the life of somebody who needs first aid. Burns are a potential hazard in any home, but how do you treat them? This product can tell what to if someone gets burned or faces another medical emergency. It is a talking first aid guide for the family that’s gives you emergency information at the tough of a button. First aid information is divided in eight different categories once you select the category. The machine ask you questions and then guides you through the first aid care for some 30 medical issues, it is portable and small enough to just about anywhere. Safety Maid sells for $60.00. Looks can be deceiving at first glands this looks like a regular flashlight, but it also has a trick up its sleeve that can be critical in the time of crisis. This talking flashlight comes with easy to follow CPR instructions incase somebody has no pulse or it stops breathing. It comes with specific instructions for adult’s babies and children and they are all compliant with the American Heart Association guidelines. It can be use as rescue aid or as a CPR skills refresher. And four inches long, the flashlight is small enough to carry around within wherever you go and it takes triple A batteries. The talking CPR flashlights sell for $39.95. Do you feel like you cant go anywhere or even leave without your cell phone, maybe your right this cell phone application loads medical information right into your phone this icon gives EMS cruise access to your emergency service profile information here can include your blood type whether you have any allergies or if you have a pre existing medical condition. Having specific medical information handy helps medical technicians streamline care a major asset when the clock is ticking. There’s also a 24 hour call center in case your phone gets lost or damage. A one year individual ESP plan cost $19.95 when it comes to medical emergencies the key is to be prepared so you can get the medical care you need I am Amanda Bergen with tech check.