These mobile phone apps could help you make a lifesaving difference in a medical emergency: our CPR app, the AED Locations app, and the GoodSAM responder app. 

In an emergency, the faster someone gets help, the better. Our apps can assist you with: 

  1. How to do CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) before help arrives.
  2. Find the nearest AED (Automatic External Defibrillator). 
  3. Notifying you if someone nearby is having a cardiac arrest and needs help.  

Get our CPR app 

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Our free CPR app will teach you the life-saving skills of CPR on an adult, child or baby. You’ll learn how to help keep someone alive using CPR and an AED until help arrives. 

The app gives you: 

  • Instructions on how to perform CPR and use an AED (including videos) 
  • A timer to help with steady chest compressions. 
  • English, Te Reo Māori and Simplified Chinese language options. 
  • An option to change the emergency call number when you’re overseas. 
Download from the App Store

Get the AED locations app  

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If you need to help someone having a cardiac arrest, you can find the closest AED with this app from Abletech NZ. 

Visit the website
Download from the App Store
Get it on Google Play


Register for the GoodSAM app 

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In cardiac arrest, seconds count. The GoodSAM network of trained volunteers - including doctors, nurses, paramedics and registered first aiders - give life support to people in cardiac arrest while help is on the way.  

GoodSAM is a free app that alerts trained volunteers that a person nearby could be in cardiac arrest, allowing them to provide basic life support and first aid prior to emergency services arriving. 

Visit the GoodSAM website for more information and to register as a responder, then get the app: 

Download from the App Store
Get it on Google Play


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