2010 Handbook of Emergency Cardiovascular Care for Healthcare Providers Medical App Review (iOS, $24.99)


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Customer Ratings

Current Version:
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All Versions:
21 Ratings


The eHandbook of ECC (eHandbook of Emergency Cardiovascular Care for Healthcare Providers) includes important information and treatment recommendations from the 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. This eHandbook is the electronic version of our popular printed quick-reference tool.

• Information for ACLS, ACLS-EP, BLS, PALS, PEARS and Newborn
• Simple, easy-to-use algorithms and drug treatments
• Step-by-step guides and checklists to help healthcare providers perform accurate steps for quality care

Customer Reviews

  • Pretty good

    by scthunt

    Ive just opened it up, downloaded the book, colors are vivid, text is readable, for the text my old tired eyes have trouble fixing on I can zoom in (I think that the correct term) Im not seeing the lag when trying to change between pages. A pricey app for what you get but when has buying anything with the trade mark AHA/heart logo been cheap.Someone is getting fat off of the research, consider all the the medical personnel (just in the US) how have to have ACLS/PALS etc, multiply that times each book thats bought....kaching$.

  • It's free & it works!

    by MelERnurse

    I don't know what others are talking about here. I downloaded mine and in just less than 5 minutes, I was browsing the whole book...FOR FREE! Thanks for coming up with this one! Good job! P.S My mistake. I posted on the wrong book. Sorry developers. I was writing a review on a different book.

  • Scientific

    by Dorothymia

    Handbook provides latest emergency cardiovascular care practices. Perfect for clinicians in a clinical or offsite setting. Good detail.

  • Underwhelming at over $20

    by Nurmedic

    I knew exactly what content I would be getting but I sure didn't expect the display performance to be so dismal...with EVERY page swipe there is a visible 2-3 second lag while the type sharpens from blurry-jagged to crisp-readable. A total rip off for the price...the problem is definitely the app NOT my latest-version iPad 3 hardware.

  • Bull****

    by WolfSpirit2

    Not worth a single star, 20$ to pay for a book I already have. Waste of time

  • JC

    by Nopar golf guy

    Only a link to buy book--steer clear

  • No info - just link to buy a book

    by Mk79999

    No pages or flowsheets - nothing in the app except a link to buy the book. Horrible!

  • Not free

    by Kouf.X

    It's another app that says its for free but, bottom line , you need to pay in order to get what they offer..

  • Not free anything

    by Gary Wells

    App is simply a link to buy a $20 ebook

  • What is the point? Not free. Bad design.

    by DrJ2008

    No content is provided with the app. No point to downloading unless you pay the $19. Poor, awkward design.

  • Free?

    by bananá

    Does not open. Why It's says is free and ask for $24.99?

  • App is blank

    by docnazir

    I dont see anything! The app is just a blank white screen with no option to do anything else.????

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