There is an imperative, universal need for bystanders to play a more active role in responding to emergencies that result from accidents, medical emergencies, and acts of violence.
Since the average ambulance response time is around 9-15 minutes, a bystander is frequently a victim's best hope for survival.3 Unfortunately, bystanders don't always have the knowledge or equipment they need to intervene.
The Mobilize Rescue System helps untrained bystanders manage a spectrum of medical emergencies according to the protocols and best practices of the American Heart Association (AHA),Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC), and the American College of Surgeons.The Mobilize Rescue System includes instructions and supplies to manage severe bleeding, cardiac arrest, seizures, choking, chest trauma, hypothermia, burns, and more - all while the ambulance is en route.
The supplies in the Mobilize Rescue kits are conveniently labeled and organized to match the instructions in the Mobilize Rescue App (each item is color-coded and numbered). The straightforward organization makes locating supplies easy, saving valuable time during an emergency.
While we believe that training is valuable, though recent studies have shown that 66% of CPR course participants will fail the hands-on skills exam 90-days post-training, and that 92% will fail 1-year after training.1 The Mobilize Rescue app ensures that even if training is forgotten, high quality medical care can still be provided by following the interactive prompts in the app.
Mobilize will send out monthly email reminders for you to verify that your medical supplies are up to date and the technology is properly maintained (so that you can replace products that have expired and ensure you have properly charged your unit). We will also send an email to alert you when new app features become available, or medical protocol updates have been made to reflect the most current medical best practices.
1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2017.) Key Injury and Violence Data. Retrieved from: https://www.cdc.gov/injury/wisqars/overview/key_data.html
2. D Berwick, A Downey, E Cornett, et al. A National Trauma Care System: Integrating Military and Civilian Trauma Systems to Achieve Zero Preventable Deaths After Injury. (2017). Military Medicine,182(5), 1563-1565. doi:10.7205/milmed-d-17-00043
3. Journal of Emergency Medical Services. (2005.) Response Times: Myths, Measurement and Management. Retrieved from: https://www.jems.com/articles/2005/08/response-times-myths44-measure.html
4. AED Challenge. (2014.) 66% of Responders Can't Pass CPR Test 3 Months After Training. Retrieved from: http://www.aedchallenge.com/articles/cprskilldecline.php