Canary Islands defibrillator regulations

Regulations on external defibrillators in the Canary Islands

Regulation / obligation to install and use external defibrillators in the Canary Islands, legislation on training in external defibrillators, facilities for cardioprotected spaces and their maintenance in the community of the Canary Islands.

Legislation that regulates external defibrillators in the Canary Islands

Today we know that for many decades we have directed all efforts toward the hospital and extra-hospital treatment (ambulances) of cardiorespiratory arrest (CRP), with prevention being the most powerful weapon. By installing external defibrillators in public and private transited spaces, and basic training for people in their management, we are getting the general population to be able to perform a PCR or cardiorespiratory, increasing the victim's probability of survival and decreasing the possible cerebral sequelae.

The Canarian legislation indicates that the spaces required to have an external defibrillator DEA / DESA They are:

Stations and interchanges of land transport in populations of more than 50.000 inhabitants.

All airports and commercial ports.

Hotels with more than 1.000 squares.

Public sports facilities of populations of more than 50.000 inhabitants and with an average daily influx of more than 1.000 users.

Establishments dependent on public administrations of populations of more than 50.000 inhabitants and with a daily average inflow greater than 1.000 users.

The regulations recommend the installation of defibrillators in:

Stations and interchanges of land transport in populations of more than 20.000 inhabitants.

Public or private sports facilities with a daily average inflow superior to 500 people.

The hotels with 700 and 1.000 squares.

Ships and passenger planes operating inter-island lines.

Fire services, local police and civil protection in populations with more than 20.000 inhabitants.

Educational centers with a daily average inflow superior to 2.000 people.

Who can use an external defibrillator in the Canary Islands?

Graduates or graduates in Medicine or Nursing, and technicians in health emergencies (TES).

People from other Autonomous Communities or states of the European Union who have equivalent required training.

Persons accrediting initial training in SVB and DEA.

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