Professional training is a prerequisite for correct and safe action in a cardiac emergency. Learn what to do in the event of cardiac arrest and how to use the defibrillator.
Learning to save lives
resQshock teaches lay rescuers the knowledge and skills to perform resuscitation successfully until qualified support arrives.
- Helping while respecting self-protection
- Recognition of cardiovascular arrest
- The chain of survival
- Risk factors and prevention
- Course of action according to algorithm BLS-AED-SRC
- Inhibiting factors
- Cardiac massage training
- Use of the defibrillator
- Procedure after use
- Special cases
Up to 75% higher chances of survival in case of cardiac arrest
The good news first: if you find someone unconscious, any help is better than none. The bad news is that many people don't know this. Research shows that the chance of survival from cardiac arrest is up to 75% higher if emergency witnesses help.
Neither difficult nor dangerous
The guidelines for rapid aid in circulatory arrest show one thing above all: first aid measures are neither difficult nor dangerous. This is because it is primarily cardiac massage in conjunction with the immediate use of a defibrillator (AED) that makes the essential difference.
Are you trained for emergencies?
Training provides security and increases the quality of the measures.