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We are experts in cardioproteger spaces
Comprehensive service that includes defibrillator, installation, signage, spare parts, maintenance and training.
Cardioprotection with everything included
Defibrillator / Spare parts
Signage / Showcase
The set of official defibrillator signals is essential to make the location of your defibrillator perfectly visible.
Approved training in all the autonomous communities and required for the use of semi-automatic external defibrillators (DESA) and basic life support.
Digital control of expiration, periodic self-check of the defibrillator, sending of defibrillator of courtesy, integral maintenance.
Comprehensive cardioprotection service
Cardioprotection of public or private spaces | Homologation
Everything you need for cardioprotected spaces
The defibrillator, the regulations of the autonomous community to which it belongs, the insurance and compliance with regulations for the sale of material. The showcase installation that protects the defibrillator, the location and signaling of easy / fast location. Training and courses in public access to defibrillation according to regulations of the different autonomous communities.
Regulations for the use of a defibrillator
Legislation Autonomous Communities
Latest regulations of the autonomous communities for the use and installation of external defibrillators in public and private spaces, regulations with the obligation to install a defibrillator and recommendations, legislation in Spain against sudden death.
Questions and doubts
Explanation & Concepts
- What is a cardioprotected space?
- How to get a defibrillator?
- Is training necessary?
- Are there any regulations?
- When a person needs CPR?
- How do I know that CPR is being effective?
It is that place that has the necessary elements to assist a person in the first minutes of a cardiac stophere.
For entities that can not afford defibrillator and CPR course expenses and use of DESA directly, we are offering 3 alternative ways:
1- One way to acquire the defibrillator and the one that works best in schools, institutes, sports halls, football clubs or town halls is through our Life Solidarity Bracelets, which we send free of charge to the entity that requests it and after its sale. You can exchange for a defibrillator and the course approved by the autonomous community. There is no obligation to sell the bracelets, the bracelets campaign is having a lot ofSimo it issuccess and more than 500 entities have got their defibrillator through thisit isall. The campaignña of solidarity bracelets can be stopped when the entity wants it and if you want more bracelets because the campaign is going well you can acquire mores.
2- Rent paying a monthly fee in which the defibrillator enters, the courses, maintenance of the device, battery replacement and patches in case of expiration or use. The renting is ideal for hotels, companies, gyms or community of neighbors that more and more are those that add to this option.
3- Cardiovending this is that the defibrillator is acquired increasing a fewit isWe are at the price of coffeeit is, snack or drinks from the company that has vending machines and once it reaches the price of the defibrillator the prices are returned to before, thus achieving a cardioprotected space.
Despite being a team of ftoeasy management, are the autonomous communities that regulate this training. The duration of the courses varía in different communities. The oronly communities that do not demand aorconcrete number of hours of trainingThey are País Basque and Madrid. The personnel authorized to use the defibrillator must be trained in a course taught by a certified entity (Proyecto Salvavidas estto approved in all the CC.AA.) or be health personnel
Currently, there is sthe normative of cartocharacter autonomic for the installation of defibrillators in public spaces of the following Autonomous Communities: Andalucia, Canary Islands, Basque Country, Catalonia, Asturias, Valencia and Madrid. But even if there is no obligation, it is highly recommended to install these spaces because they can "Save Lives".
A person needs CPR when they do not respond when they call (they are unconscious) and do not breathe normally (they gasp or gasp) or do not breathe.
For CPR to be effective, the chest should be compressed with a minimum of 5 cm and a maximum of 6 cm at a frequency of no less than 100 compressions per minute and no greater than 120.