An Automated External Defibrillator or AED Saves Lives
When the heart is not beating effectively due to chaotic rhythms, a defibrillator will seek to revert the heart to a state where brain impulses can restart the heart in a more normal state.
The Facts of the matter:
Each year 100,000 people die from sudden cardiac arrest in the UK, causing more deaths than lung cancer, breast cancer and AIDs combined.
CPR and early defibrillation with an AED (automated external defibrillator) can increase sudden cardiac arrest survival from 5% to over 50%.
There are many stories of how a AED has saved lifes, but there are still far too many where people have died because there was no AED available.
How much is someone’s life worth?
To support world Heart Day on 29th September 2015, HDP have launched a fantastic deal
For just £1099 we will provide you with a CR Plus Defibrillator and training for up to 12 people anywhere in England.
Call us now on 01530 839115 or email [email protected]