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What is sudden cardiac arrest?

Sudden cardiac arrest is a condition in which the heart stops beating suddenly and unexpectedly as a result of a malfunction in the electrical system of the heart. The malfunction that causes sudden cardiac arrest is an abnormal and life-threatening heart rhythm; Arrhythmia. The most common arrhythmia is ventricular fibrillation. the brain. Sudden cardiac arrest may occur immediately after the heart moves into ventricular fibrillation. During a sudden cardiac arrest, the victim first loses his heartbeat, then, his consciousness and finally, his ability to breathe. These stages can occur quickly - in fact, it is a matter of seconds ... Sudden cardiac arrest may attack its victims without any warning. It recognizes no boundaries, and claims hundreds of thousands of lives worldwide every year. People of all ages, at all levels of fitness and having all types of lifestyles may fall victim to it and not survive its onslaught.


What is an external automatic defibrillator (DAH)?

A DAH is a small, portable device that performs heart rate analysis and alerts the user to the need to give an electric shock to the heart as needed. Once activated, the DAH guides the user throughout each stage of the defibrillation process through voice or visual alerts.  


Who can use an external automatic defibrillator?

..Everyone! ... ... Minimal training ... No medical background required! ... Storing reports in the community: in offices, shops, public places, homes, etc., can dramatically reduce the time elapsed from an event The collapse to the point of defibrillation, and indeed, the availability of reports has proven its success by significantly increasing survival rates.

Using the report is extremely simple ... 

Watch the video: A businessman has a heart attack and collapses 

His co-workers saved his life with a resuscitation device

Hebrew defibrillator operation

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