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Use an AED

Use an AED

Defibrillators save lives. Do you know how to use them properly?

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Use AEDs safely and correctly

Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are modern medical devices that can be operated by a layperson. We’ll teach you the basics of how to use an AED correctly and safely. Practical and simple training is focused on the issue of sudden circulatory arrest. We will teach you how to use an AED effectively and safely in such moments. We will link your defibrillator to the nearest Emergency Medical Services Operations Centre.


Our courses focus on critical situation assessment and practical and safe handling of AEDs. Indeed, anyone can do it and you can save a life.


Don’t have an AED on your premises? We can provide you with a complete solution. Selection and delivery of equipment and training for your employees.


Defibrillators are strategically placed primarily in places where large numbers of people are present. This makes help visible and accessible. We can help you with the entire project of implementing an AED in your workplace.

Frequently asked questions.

What is an AED?2023-02-21T21:35:02+00:00

An automated external defibrillator (AED) is a portable device that self-diagnoses life-threatening heart rhythm disturbances – it is a safe and effective life-saving tool that belongs in the hands of even the untrained layperson. It allows essential actions to be carried out under control, even before professional help arrives.

How does the defibrillator work?2023-02-21T21:35:53+00:00

The principle of using an AED is its ability to flawlessly and independently analyze the electrical activity of the heart thanks to electrodes glued to the chest of a non-breathing person. If it is expedient to do so, the device will recommend the execution of the discharge. The defibrillator prepares the parameters for the discharge itself and only prompts the user to execute it by pressing a button. The principle of operation of the AED eliminates the risk of unauthorized discharge and therefore of harm to the persons rescuing or being rescued. These devices can be used safely and effectively by anyone.

Should we have a defibrillator in the workplace?2023-02-21T21:36:41+00:00

Any organization that employs a large number of people or provides services to a certain number of clients in one location is working with risk management. The most visible manifestation of such risk management is fire precautions, fire guidelines, marked escape routes and deployed fire extinguishers. Incidents related to the health of staff and clients are also an important group of risks. It is recommended that a defibrillator is provided in any workplace with a higher turnover of people, a case for all risk factors. The simple, professional and easily portable device can be placed in the reception area, reception or open-plan offices. It is true that the sooner a person with sudden circulatory arrest receives an indicated discharge from the device – the greater the chance of his or her survival without further health consequences.

Defibrillators in numbers2023-02-21T21:59:57+00:00

4000 people are saved by AEDs worldwide every year

75 PERCENT victims could have survived if they had been defibrillated in time

15 people a day die of sudden cardiac arrest in Slovakia

14 MINUTES average Ambulance journey

578,741 Ambulance Service interventions for the year 2021

906 689 calls to the 155 emergency line in 2021


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