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Cardiovascular disease takes a leading role in the Western world in the morbidity and mortality of populations. Sudden death is often the first manifestation of this disease. Ventricular fibrillation is the most common mechanism of cardio-respiratory arrest (CRP) of cardiac origin and its only effective treatment is electrical defibrillation.
The probability of survival is all the greater the shorter the time elapsed between fibrillation and defibrillation.
Since rapid defibrillation as an objective is difficult to achieve if performed only by physicians, since CRP occurs
most of the time in a pre-hospital environment, it is recommended that non-medical professionals be trained and authorized to use defibrillators as long as their performance is framed in AED Programs (External Automatic Defibrillation) with qualified medical control and audit.
Only then will it be possible to combine efforts that make defibrillation a means to achieve an ultimate goal of improving survival after cardiac PCR. In this sense, and with the intention of promoting the use of External Automated Defibrillators (AEDs) in public places or in emergency vehicles, this action was organized to train External Automated Defibrillation operators.
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