CardiAid Saves the Lives of the Following Sudden Cardiac Arrest Victims
Thanks to immediate defibrillation of CardiAid Automated External Defibrillator and effective CPR, more sudden cardiac arrest victims are saved each day in many different places such as fitness clubs, football fields, tennis courts and supermarkets.
April 2014, Czec Republic
A 57-year-old taxi driver collapsed while he was driving. A policeman from Ricany City Police used CardiAid in the police car to save the victim. With a successful shock the man was brought back to life.
July 2013, The Netherlands
CardiAid was used to save a cardiac arrest victim at a party venue. During an anniversary party, one of the people dancing on the dance floor suddenly fell down. Luckily, the bystanders immediately started CPR and the venue staff were able to bring the CardiAid AED which had been purchased only 3 weeks before the incident; “the best purchase ever” as stated by them.
May 2013, The Netherlands
Immediate CPR from bystanders and the successful treatment of CardiAid saved a 68-year-old person who had sudden cardiac arrest while he was shopping in a consumer electronics superstore.
April 2013, Denmark
A 77-year-old sudden cardiac arrest victim was saved by the successful defibrillation of CardiAid at the sailing club. He is reported to be healthy and was discharged from the hospital a few days later.
November 2012, Ireland
In Ireland, a 70-year-old man had a sudden cardiac arrest while he was at home with his son. When he suddenly collapsed, his son called for help. A neighbour brought CardiAid AED which was installed in an outdoor cabinet in the community. With one successful shock, the patient was brought back to life. In a short time, the paramedics arrived and took over the case.
November 2012, Spain
In Spain, when a police car went to intervene in a car accident, a policeman realized that the driver was having sudden cardiac arrest, which also caused the accident. He immediately took out the CardiAid AED which was installed in the police car and saved the driver.
August 2012, Spain
CardiAid was used successfully to save the life of a 39-year-old sudden cardiac arrest victim in a swimming pool complex. When the lifeguard noticed that the man was unconscious, he asked the staff to bring the Cardi- Aid AED and immediately started CPR. The patient was brought back to life.
June 2012, the Netherlands
A 14-year-old victim who suddenly collapsed on the street during the running event of his school was saved by the immediate defibrillation of CardiAid AED.
May 2012, New Zealan
A 42-year-old sudden cardiac arrest victim was saved by the successful defibrillation of CardiAid in the resuscitation room of a medical clinic.
February 2012, Denmark
A 53-year-old man was saved by one successful shock of CardiAid in a sports club. He was reported to be in a stable condition and left the hospital a few days later.
November 2011, France
A customer, who was shopping at one of the supermarkets belonging to a super market chain in France, suddenly collapsed. He was revived after the successful intervention of CardiAid AED.
November 2011, France
CardiAid was used at a fitness centre in France to restore the normal heart beat of a person who suffered from a sudden cardiac arrest.
March 2011, France
A man at an advanced age had an SCA while he was shopping at one of the supermarkets in France. The security officers of the supermarket intervened with the CardiAid AED installed at the supermarket and saved the life of the cardiac arrest victim.
January 2011, Denamrk
A 60-year-old man shopping at a grocery store in Denmark suffered from sudden cardiac arrest. He was saved by CardiAid which was located at the dental clinic across the grocery store.
July 2010, the Netherlands
A 62-year-old man was brought back to life in the Netherlands. He suddenly lost consciousness while playing tennis and was saved with the successful electroshock of CardiAid AED which was installed at the tennis club.
July 2009, the Netherlands
A 73-year-old man was saved using CardiAid. When he had sudden cardiac arrest, a doctor used CardiAid to restore the heartbeat.
May 2009, the Netherlands
CardiAid saved the life of a 38-year-old man in the Netherlands. He had a sudden cardiac arrest during an amateur football tournament between companies. When he suddenly fell, a colleague started CPR and a person ran to grab CardiAid which was located in a farm nearby. With one successful shock, he was brought to life.