Powerheart® G5 AEDs have been rolled out across England’s 1900 miles of motorway with Highways England traffic officers now equipped with state-of-the-art defibrillators.
In recent years, poor air quality has been a hot topic across the world. It also represents the largest environmental risk to public health in the UK: causing the equivalent of 28,000 to 36,000 deaths every year. But what is it about air pollution that makes it so dangerous? And how likely is it to […]
The Association of Ambulance Chiefs is calling for all major hotel chains to install defibrillators in all their hotels after a newly installed defibrillator at a Premier Inn saved a life on the first day of 2020 – just days after its installation.
At Cardiac Science, we’re dedicated to raising awareness of all the potential causes of sudden cardiac arrest, to help save lives across the globe. That’s why, as part of a series on conditions that affect cardiac rhythm, we’re exploring Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome – thought to affect between 1 and 3 people in every 1,000 in the […]
At Cardiac Science, we strongly believe in raising awareness of all types of heart conditions. From the ultra-rare to the relatively common, we’re here to provide a basic understanding of any disorders that could potentially cause sudden cardiac arrest. Because ultimately, it might just help save a life one day. Today, we’d like to highlight […]
At Cardiac Science, we’re often asked questions about when it is safe to use a defibrillator. From defibrillating patients in the wind and rain, to attempting to resuscitate an intoxicated person, there are hundreds of scenarios that people are unsure about. So we’ve put together a handy guide to all sorts of unusual situations – just in […]
Cardiac Science has donated £2000 to a Community First Responder (CFR), and champion of defibrillators, as he embarks on the trek of a lifetime for a leading children’s charity. The company is sponsoring Martin Ford, a volunteer CFR with the East of England Ambulance service crew in Colchester, who is climbing Kilimanjaro between 11th -20th […]
There are more than 30,000 out of hospital sudden cardiac arrests in the UK every year, less than one in ten of those victims survive to be discharged from hospital1. In the case of a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), chances of survival are completely dependent on what happens in the first few minutes of collapse, […]
ZOLL MEDICAL COMPLETES ACQUISITION OF CARDIAC SCIENCE Expands Solutions for Cardiac Arrest Victims in the Community August 27, 2019─Chelmsford, Mass.–ZOLL Medical Corporation, an Asahi Kasei Group Company that manufactures medical devices and related software solutions, today confirmed that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Cardiac Science® Corporation, a leading provider of automated external […]
Did you know that after a sudden cardiac arrest, women have a lower survival rate than men? There are several reasons for this. Some are medical, such as women being more likely to have an un-shockable heart rhythm. Some are social – for instance, the average woman waits around 37 minutes longer than men to […]
Are you aware that new legislation on how medical devices are regulated comes in to play from 5th May 2020? If not, you can find out everything you need to know here in our handy guide…
Imagine you’ve just seen someone collapse in front of you. You dial 999 straight away, and the operator tells you how to check their breathing and pulse while you wait for an ambulance. Many people who aren’t medically trained would stop there and wait for the professionals to handle the rest. After all, you wouldn’t […]