A range of jarred Caribbean sauces has been launched to help fund public access defibrillators in communities across the UK.
The Mrs Muamba’s sauce range has been developed by Fabrice Muamba, whose life was saved by a defibrillator in 2012, and his wife, Shauna. A percentage of each jar sold will be donated to the Arrhythmia Alliance’s ‘Hearts and Goals’ …
August 11, 2014
Another HeartSine® defibrillator has been utilized to help resuscitate a local patron of Batavia Downs, a casino in New York.
21 year old security guard, Cory Lapp, was first on the scene when the Batavia resident was reported to have collapsed, not breathing.
Along with the assistance of fellow colleague Bob Humphrey, Cory harnessed his previous experience in CPR administration …
August 7, 2014
The coverage featured Fredrik Andre Aasebø, CEO of Norwegian HeartSine distributor Red Cross First Aid, demonstrating how to use the automated device, which is one of the most popular defibrillator models in the country.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is consistently a common cause of death across the world, with prompt response time being critical to survival.
The use of …
July 8, 2014
HeartSine Technologies manufactures lifesaving defibrillators which are sold in more than 70 countries across the world. The company is the only manufacturer of defibrillators in the UK and Ireland.
Arlene Foster said: “HeartSine …
July 2, 2014
Edwin Poots, the Minister of the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety in Northern Ireland has today launched a Community Resuscitation Strategy for the province.
The strategy aims to increase Northern Ireland’s survival rate for out-of-hospital cardiac arrests, which sits at only 10%, whilst also increasing the number of people with CPR skills and availability of public …
June 11, 2014
HeartSine is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Arrhythmia Alliance (AA) Parliamentary Reception, which will focus on raising further awareness of the heart condition and improving patient care.
Marking ten years of advancements in arrhythmia care, the Arrhythmia Alliance will hold the reception in the House of Commons in London, England, on Wednesday 11 June 2014.
Ahead of …
May 9, 2014
Simon Walker, aged 53, suddenly collapsed in a dentist waiting room in Mossley, Manchester, England.
Following several failed attempts at resuscitation, receptionist Charlotte Anderson-Hughes, suspected cardiac arrest and, using her initiative, deployed the HeartSine …
May 9, 2014
The Department for Education (DfE) in the United Kingdom has announced plans that would allow schools to purchase lifesaving defibrillators at a lower cost; a deal which will hopefully be in place for the beginning of the Autumn term.
The plans were welcomed by HeartSine Chief Executive, Declan O’Mahoney, who said:
“There is a misconception that Sudden Cardiac Arrest …
May 6, 2014
HeartSine’s Collette McIntyre, Jackie Hendron, Frank Flynn and Pete O’Hare participated in the event which was held in the streets of Belfast – the birthplace of the mobile defibrillator!
April 2, 2014
A recent football tournament brought 70 children from eight schools together as a fundraiser to raise money to put defibrillators in schools. One lucky school, Ballymacrickett Primary School, won a samaritan PAD defibrillator on the day that was donated by Belfast-based HeartSine Technologies. With a goal of having defibrillators in …