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Free AED database - improve the chance of cardiac arrest survival

The CPR network and Priority Dispatch launched a new AED initiative to increase the chance of survival in case of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).

Cardiac arrest is caused when the heart’s electrical system malfunctions. In cardiac arrest death results when the heart suddenly stops working properly. This may be caused by abnormal, or irregular, heart rhythm. To have a chance to survive a cardiac arrest, the first six minutes are absolutely crucial.

Cardiac arrest is the number one cause of death among non-communicable diseases. Each year, more than 350,000 emergency medical services-assessed out-of-hospital cardiac arrests occur in the United States, and on average about 8 percent of the victims survive. The American Heart Association estimates that effective bystander CPR and usage of an AED, provided immediately after SCA, can double or triple a person’s chance of survival.

Our solution combines ProQA, the world’s leading emergency dispatch technology, with the world’s leading AED maintenance and alerting software. Dispatchers now receive location information of available AEDs in their ProQA software during an emergency call, enabling them to direct bystanders to an AED. This new development is free of charge for dispatch centers.

Features

  1. Monitor AEDs: online monitoring system for AEDs and cabinets.
  2. Availability: only alert AEDs that are available at the moment of an incident.
  3. AED spotter: build-in AED spotter and new AEDs to include in your network.
  4. Maintenance: track battery and electrodes expiry dates.

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The AED database is free off charge for any dispatch agency. To view AED location information during a call in ProQA, just upgrade to the newest version of ProQA.

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