Presentation on theme: "Why we need to know the first-aid gestures for a cardiac arrest."— Presentation transcript:
Why we need to know the first-aid gestures for a cardiac arrest
The reality In France there are 130 cardiac arrest victims by day that it represents 10 times more than cars accidents. Only 5 % of survivors against 40% in english-speaking countries. 5 minutes to react, beyond there are gravity brain damages or death.
To bring in behavioural change Last year, the first european awareness of CPR day took place in Paris Recently, in September, there were free cardio-pulmonary resuscitation trainings organized by life-priority association in french TGV stations like Lyon. For every pictures posted on Twitter or Instagram, showing a personn who realizing the gesture (hands the one on the other one, as to realize a cardiac massage) and associated with the hashtag #AcerLifePriority, an euro will be put back by Acer to the association.
To go farther To inquire and train: www.fedecardio.org/1vie3gestes www.croix-rouge.fr www.inrs.fr One app « Arrêt cardiaque 2.0 » : - The gestures which save in détail and videos - Locate, indicate a defibrillator and how to use it and become « a good samaritan » if you know the first-aid gestures by entering your phone number on the app.