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CPR 11: a mobile application that can help in saving lives (Mobile App User Guide)
  1. Luis J Serratosa1,
  2. Efraim B Kramer2,
  3. Helder D Pereira1,
  4. Jiri Dvorak2,
  5. Pedro L Ripoll1
  1. 1Ripoll & De Prado Sport Clinic, FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence, Murcia, Spain
  2. 2FIFA/F-MARC, Zurich, Switzerland
  1. Correspondence to Dr Luis J Serratosa, Ripoll & De Prado Sport Clinic, FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence, Murcia, Spain; lserratosa62{at}

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Name of the mobile application

CPR 11.




IOS (iPhone 4 and above), Android (versions 2.3.3 and above), Windows Phone.



About the app

In just 11 steps, the CPR 11 mobile application presents a simple plan, with clear and precise instructions, on how to recognise a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), provide immediate and adequate response with efficient compressions and ventilations, how to use the automated external defibrillator (AED) and how to transfer the player from the field of play.

With the help of text and voice messages, each of the 11 steps includes a brief, clear video that aims to make it possible for anyone, even those with no previous first aid or medical training, to be able to recognise a SCA and meet the objective of starting resuscitation manoeuvres in the first minute and defibrillation in …

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  • Funding Fundación Mapfre.

  • Competing interests None declared.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.