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There’s already a guide for detecting breast cancer early. In medical emergencies, being able to access information quickly can be the difference between life and death.

When a student from Mannheim found a first-aid information leaflet in the depths of his wallet, he designed an app to help guide people through emergency situations.

His list of 18 emergencies includes heart attacks, fractures and burns. There are questions regarding the state of the affected person, the answers to which generate a step-by-step guide letting first-aiders know what to do next.

The Pro-version, with global emergency numbers, quizzes and a glossary of terms, is available for a small fee.

Available for Android and iOS devices in both German and English.

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