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Interactive Talking First Aid Guide – when Google is unavailable

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The Interactive Talking First Aid Guide is perfect for those medical emergency moments when our trusted search engine, Google, is unavailable. Don’t have Internet access, but need instructions on how to do CPR? No problem, just flip open the Interactive Talking First Aid Guide, press a few buttons, and voila! You’ve got instructions played back to you in a clear, calm manner.

The Interactive Talking First Aid Guide has eight first aid categories and over 30 interactive recordings for infant, child, and adult first aid issues. The eight categories are: CPR/Unconscious, Choking/Breathing, Allergic Reaction, Bleeding, Burns, Falls/Bone Injury, Poison/Bites/Stings, and Seizures. The device has big, easy to press buttons so that you can get the life-saving information you need in a snap. Simply select the first aid category you require assistance with and a voice will ask you questions regarding the emergency. “Yes” and “No” buttons are available so you can answer and get the appropriate instructions you need. There are also “Rewind”, “Pause”, and “Resume” buttons in case you need instruction repeated or paused.

The Interactive Talking First Aid Guide is lightweight and is easily portable able to fit in any purse, glove box compartment, or briefcase. You never know when or where you’ll need medical advice. You can also wall mount the device if you’d like. It weighs 11.5 ounces and requires 4 AA batteries, which are included. The Interactive Talking First Aid Guide costs $99.95 at Brookstone.


Via: Red Ferret

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