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Today I want to introduce a new project in which I entered, and that is exciting me so much.

The project is called defibrillazione.org and behind there is a group of doctors, nurses and rescue workers who believe that the disclosure and vocational training on early defibrillation can save lives.

The goal is to make first aid courses to the medical staff and not with the aim of reducing deaths outside hospitals disseminating guidelines for the proper management of emergency situations, basic and advanced.

Statistics show that every 90 seconds, in Europe, a person is suffering from sudden cardiac arrest.

Well, we believe that the answer to this problem should not come from the ambulance but the solution is YOU.

In 70% of cases, in fact cardiac arrest occurs in the presence of witnesses, but the majority of Italian citizens, most of the U.S., do not know how to do CPR.

And 'demonstrated that if the witnesses of a cardiac arrest would start cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) before the ambulance victim's chances of survival increase of two / three times compared to cases in which CPR is not started.

This is because, after only four minutes of cardiac arrest the brain starts to die while the average time of arrival of an ambulance in urban areas are 8 to 10 minutes to arrive.

This means that 100,000 people a year that could be saved, not saved because WE do nothing.

Sudden cardiac arrest, if we do not help each of us, no one can save us.

To do this we are certified by the American Heart Association (AHA), a U.S. non-profit organization that deals with study and define international guidelines in order to reduce deaths from heart disease and stroke, founded in 1915 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

If you're interested, on the site you can find all of our online courses and information you need to save, perhaps, one day, a person dear to you, or a complete stranger. Think

in Europe, a person is suffering from sudden cardiac arrest.

We are a group of doctors, nurses and trained instructors and we believe that the answer to this problem is YOU.

In 70% of cases, in fact cardiac arrest occurs in the presence of witnesses, but the majority of Italian citizens, most of the U.S., do not know how to do CPR.

And 'demonstrated that if the witnesses of a cardiac arrest would start cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) before the ambulance victim's chances of survival increase of two / three times compared to cases in which CPR is not started.

This is because, after only four minutes of cardiac arrest the brain starts to die while the average time of arrival of an ambulance in urban areas are 8 to 10 minutes to arrive.

This means that 100,000 people a year that could be saved, not saved because WE do nothing.

Sudden cardiac arrest, if we do not help each of us, no one can save us.

Want to know how to help save a family? A friend? Or a complete stranger?

- See more at: http://defibrillazione.org/wp/ogni-90-secondi/ # sthash.ZvfLG3HG.dpuf

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We are a group of doctors, nurses and trained instructors and we believe that the answer to this problem is YOU.

In 70% of cases, in fact cardiac arrest occurs in the presence of witnesses, but the majority of Italian citizens, most of the U.S., do not know how to do CPR.

And 'demonstrated that if the witnesses of a cardiac arrest would start cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) before the ambulance victim's chances of survival increase of two / three times compared to cases in which CPR is not started.

This is because, after only four minutes of cardiac arrest the brain starts to die while the average time of arrival of an ambulance in urban areas are 8 to 10 minutes to arrive.

This means that 100,000 people a year that could be saved, not saved because WE do nothing.

Sudden cardiac arrest, if we do not help each of us, no one can save us.

Want to know how to help save a family? A friend? Or a complete stranger?

- See more at: http://defibrillazione.org/wp/ogni-90-secondi/ # sthash.ZvfLG3HG.dpuf

Every 90 seconds ...

  0

Share 0   0   New   0   0 ... in Europe, a person is suffering from sudden cardiac arrest.

We are a group of doctors, nurses and trained instructors and we believe that the answer to this problem is YOU.

In 70% of cases, in fact cardiac arrest occurs in the presence of witnesses, but the majority of Italian citizens, most of the U.S., do not know how to do CPR.

And 'demonstrated that if the witnesses of a cardiac arrest would start cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) before the ambulance victim's chances of survival increase of two / three times compared to cases in which CPR is not started.

This is because, after only four minutes of cardiac arrest the brain starts to die while the average time of arrival of an ambulance in urban areas are 8 to 10 minutes to arrive.

This means that 100,000 people a year that could be saved, not saved because WE do nothing.

Sudden cardiac arrest, if we do not help each of us, no one can save us.

Want to know how to help save a family? A friend? Or a complete stranger?

- See more at: http://defibrillazione.org/wp/ogni-90-secondi/ # sthash.ZvfLG3HG.dpuf

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