We. Our Mission

Swiss Defibrillator's objective is to make AEDs and training available on the Swiss market. In order to make it easier for organizations to make the right decision about the correct AED to install, Swiss Defib has extensively evaluated the many AED devices available, and has chosen the Philips HeartStart HS-1 and FRx. These are the only AEDs on the market which the US Food and Drug Administration and the European Resurrection Council advise to use. Safe, reliable and easy-to-use, the Philips Defibrillators are ideal for the layman since they do not require any training. In the event of a medical emergency, having the Philips Defibrillator HS-1 or FRx readily available could mean the difference between life and death. The company's goal is to do a personalized business focusing on its customer's needs. Swiss Defibrillator considers that a defibrillator should be seen as an indispensible safety device just as a First Aid Kit and a Fire Extinguisher.

A sudden cardiac arrest is a much more common cause of death than cancer. There are a few symptoms that that indicate a cardiac arrest such as pain or tightness in the chest area, nausea, vomiting, cold sweats, pain in the shoulders and the arms. The victim may collapse suddenly as he or she stops breathing and is unconscious. In Switzerland, every hour a person suffers a sudden cardiac arrest. Warning signals of a cardiac arrest will not always be evident, but if noted, you must act immediately and call 144. You have to begin a cardiopulmonary resuscitation CPR, have a defibrillator available and follow the AED instructions until the rescue team arrives. Ambulances take time to arrive, and the first 3 minutes are crucial because once the blood stops circulating, no oxygen is carried to the brain and irreversible brain damage can be occur. Having an AED, the chances of survival are increased 90 %. Swiss Defibrillator is committed to helping companies, organizations, and individuals have a defibrillator at work, at home, in your car, and other locations in order ensure the maximum chances of survival in case of sudden cardiac arrest.

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