Published on
Imagine responding to a 9-1-1 call and you are met by a group of people speaking in a foreign language. You can't even figure out who is hurt, or where they are. You may not even know if you are at the right location. Imagine finding a victim who is speaking to you, but you can't understand what they are trying to tell you. You can't ask the basic questions like "Does this hurt?" or "Are you taking any medications?". You don't even know what type of translator to request on the radio. Our Emergency EMS Translator is designed to help you in this situation. It contains a list of basic phrases that a first responder commonly uses, with the English and foreign language version. You can read this to the patient, or have them read it from the screen themselves. Emergency Translator now supports English, Spanish, Portugese, French, and German, with phonetics.
Price USD19.5
License Purchase
File Size 1.24 MB
Version 2.1
Operating System Mobile
System Requirements
  • All Palm
  • Published on

    ZDNET Latest Articles

    Four must-have travel essentials

    Four must-have travel essentials

    It’s easy to think that all you need to carry with you these days is a smartphone and you’re ready for anything. But some extended periods away from my desk have discovered four things that are ‘must-haves’ for the traveller.

    14 hours ago by in Hardware