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Desfibrilador Externo Automático

Early defibrillation can save lives.


The AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) is a device that:

  • Analyze and search for defibrillable heart rhythms.
  • Notifies the rescuer if there is a need for defibrillation and, if so, apply a download.
  • It does not require experience for its use.

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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation or CPR administered by an eyewitness is the best treatment for a victim of cardiac arrest until the arrival of the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED).

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What is AuxilioRCP?

AuxilioRCP is a system of registration and location of emergency equipment, such as Automated External Defibrillator (AED), first aid kit, as well as first responders near a patient with sudden death, reducing response time.

What is sudden cardiac arrest?

Sudden cardiac arrest simply means that the heart stops unexpectedly and abruptly. Usually this is caused by an abnormal heart rhythm called ventricular fibrillation (VF).

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What is a Defibrillation?

Defibrillation is used in cases of cardiac arrest, the patient is unconscious, having ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia pulseless.

By applying a direct current electric shock, it reverses various heart rhythm disorders.

Who is at risk for sudden cardiac arrest?

Although the average age of victims of sudden cardiac arrest is about 65 years, this is unpredictable and can affect anyone, anywhere and anytime.

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Its simplicity of use means that non-medical personnel can handle it safely and effectively, simply by following the instructions for use that the defibrillator indicates at each step.

The AED will guide us and help us in vital emergency situations. When we place it on the victim, it evaluates the activity of the heart and will clearly indicate what actions we should take.

Registered AED's

You can see the gallery of AED´s registered in various regions, these are for public use.

Registered AED's: 65.