Limmer Creative Releases Review Apps for the Smartphone


 
 

Limmer Creative LL | | Monday, August 22, 2011


Limmer Creative LL publisher of smartphone applications for medical professionals, announces two new app now available on both the iTunes and Android markets.

ACLS Review™ provides four 25--‐question exams to help EMS personnel and other health care providers pass the American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support final examination for original or refresher courses.

PALS Review™ uses the same format as our ACLS Review™ product except focuses on theAmerican Heart Association Pediatric Advanced Life Support course and is ideal for all EMS personnel and other health care providers who deal with pediatric patients.

“Both apps are designed to be similar to the actual course examination and cover key content, Concepts and decision points such as stable vs unstable patients, shock, medications, CPR and the appropriate use of defibrillation and cardioversion” said Dan Limmer, Co--‐Owner of   Limmer Creative.

Priced at $3.99 each (only $1 per practice examination) ACLS Review and PALS Review are a cost--‐effective, accurate and convenient way to prepare for exams. Using an appealing and dynamic interface, the apps provide detailed rational answers, score history and let the user email results to colleagues or instructors. The exams may be taken as often as the user wishes and the apps never expire. Both the ACLS Review™ and PALS Review™ were created using American Heart Association 2010
Guidelines.

About Limmer Creative Limmer Creative’s mission is to help students pass the test using high quality, clinically accurate, educationally sound apps written by leading national educators. Other products by Limmer Creative include EMT Review™, EMT Review Plus™, Paramedic Review™ And Paramedic Review Plus™ apps testing core EMS knowledge to help EMTs and Paramedics prepare for the NREMT and State exams. Limmer Creative is based in Kennebunk, Maine.




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