According to figures from the Red Cross, thirty Belgians are hit daily by cardiac arrest outside of a hospital setting and more than 80 percent of the Flemish people do not offer first aid if someone next to them succumbs to a cardiac arrest. Ine Tassignon, spokesperson for Belgian Red Cross-Flanders says "When a victim can be helped immediately with an AED, their chances of survival increase considerably. If you look in advance where there are AEDs in your area, you can save valuable time when you actually one". I couldn't agree more!
The app is called "Eerste hulp - Rode Kruis" - not to be confused with "EHBO - Rode Kruis" from the Dutch organization - and is available for:
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