Using Mobile Technology as a Borderless Solution to a Global Public Health Problem. Dr Dana Elliott Srither MBBS (S’pore), GDFM, GDFPD Founder, First Aid Corps www.firstaidcorps.org CEO, Health Visuals www.crowdsav.com. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. October 2001 to April 2002
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Using Mobile Technology as a Borderless Solution to a Global Public Health Problem
Cardiac Arrest and Resuscitation Epidemiology in Singapore ( CARE 1 ) Study
Dr Marcus EH Ong et al
PreHospital Emergency Care 2003;7:427-433
Survival rate to hospital discharge was 7.6%
Aggregate survival rate of OHCA (7.6%) has not significantly changed in almost 3 decades.
Predictors of Survival From Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest : A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Comilla Sasson, MD, MS et al
Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes 2010;3;63-81
Public Use of Automated External Defibrillators
Sherry L Caffrey et al
N Engl J Med, Vol 347, No. 16
A seeker is someone who is actively on the lookout for AEDs ( automated external defibrillators ) in public places and in places of work to update us; or someone who in an actual event, seeks out the nearest AED and bring it back to the location of the victim. Do not need to be trained in CPR or in the use of the AED.
A pumper is someone who does chest compressions on the victim.
A shocker is someone who activates the AED and deliver shocks to the victim when advised to by the AED.
www.crowdsav.com Public Health Problem