While most of us have been taught how to perform some of the basic first aid procedures in case of emergencies, people still rely on their country’s emergency service help lines when a real emergency occurs. But in places where a phone is not available or in areas where reception is bad, a gizmo like the Interactive Talking First Aid Guide can be of real help. The aid basically mimics the same pattern that is used by operators responding to emergency helpline and gives users step by step guidance on how to respond to up to eight different medical emergencies with over 30 different recordings for infant, child and adult emergency situations. To activate, simply open the device, which will then ask you the nature of the emergency and guide you through the selected option and you can respond by pressing the yes and no buttons. Though it retails for nearly a $100, the Interactive Talking First Aid Guide can really help you save someone’s life in case of an emergency.