Man Treats Haiti Earthquake Wounds Using IPhone App

The Today Show has broadcast a piece about Dan Woolley, a filmmaker with Compassion International, who was making a film in Haiti about the impact of poverty there when the earthquake hit and trapped him for 65 hours in an elevator shaft.

Using an iPhone first-aid app he treated a compound fracture of his leg and a cut on his head.  The app also warned him not to fall asleep if he felt he was going into shock, so he set his iPhone’s alarm clock to go off every 20 minutes.

To watch Woolley on Today, click here:  iPhone Saved Me.

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Joel B. Rothman represents clients in intellectual property infringement litigation involving patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, defamation, trade libel, unfair competition, unfair and deceptive trade practices, and commercial matters. Joel’s litigation practice also includes significant focus on electronic discovery issues such as e-discovery management and motion practice relating to e-discovery.

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