While automated external defibrillators such as Philips HeartStart AED are situated in public, most witnesses of a sudden cardiac arrest remain bystanders. Be part of the Retiree Rescue project as a certified rescuer with training provided by Singapore Heart Foundation.
"You would never know, one day maybe… Maybe someone might happen to collapse. I can do something.”
Bernard Chan - Retiree
"The one word that I can use is panicky. You really don’t know what to do."
D Sasidharan Pillai - Retiree
"Don’t just wait, wait, wait for help to arrive. It may be too late. With an AED, anyone is able to help. If the desire is there, you’re never too old to learn.”
Lim Siew Beng - Retiree
“Philips pledges to train more people in the usage of AED & CPR”
How to be a certifiedAED + CPR provider
Conducted in collaboration with Singapore Heart Foundation, training covers hands-on lessons in CPR and the application of HeartStart AED.
Interested participants, kindly register your details with us
It is only human for anxiety to set in when sudden cardiac arrest strikes, which is why the Philips HeartStart AED is designed for the ordinary person placed in an extraordinary moment. Automated voice instructions provide guidance to users, while calming them down in these tense circumstances.
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