If a cardiac emergency strikes one of your family members, employees, customers, or visitors.

Are You Prepared to Save Their Life?


More than 80%* Sudden Cardiac Arrest occurs Outside of Hospital setting. What you do in the first 5 minutes makes all the difference between life and death – making AED more important than ever!

*Source: PAROS 2015, “Table 2 – Patient Demographics, Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest”


You can’t choose when Sudden Cardiac Arrest will strike,
But You Can Be Ready.

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Sudden Cardiac Arrest Strikes
without warning

Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is known to strike fast and without symptoms to Anyone, at Anytime, and Anywhere regardless of age, gender, and lifestyle… Sudden Cardiac Arrest also appeared to be common among young athletes who participate in physically demanding sports*.

However, the odds of occurrence increase significantly with age & lifestyle, such as smoking, lack of exercise, stress, etc… The element of unpredictability is what makes SCA scary.

Raffles Medical Group “Health Resources – Sudden Cardiac Arrest”

Only 5.3%* victims survive Cardiac Arrests

Contrary to popular belief, not all cardiac arrest cases are shockable – which is why you need to equip yourself with CPR training, supported with sophisticated CPR feedback technology (e.g. CPR Advisor) to guide you through the rescue seamlessly.

*Source: White AE, Wah W. Ong MEH. 2011 – 2015 Singapore Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Registry Report. September 2017. Republic of Singapore. Unit for Prehospital Emergency Care. 2017.



AED Saves Lives

As a public safety essential, AED increases a person’s chance of survival to up to 74% if early CPR AED defibrillation is applied within the first 3 – 5 minutes of collapse.

Even with fast ambulance response, any delay to response decreases victim’s chance of survival by 7 to 10% every minute, which causes irreversible permanent brain damage. By placing AEDs in visible areas and key locations around your organization, you increase public safety for everyone on site*.

Time is a crucial factor, and as a bystander, you play a critical part in the chain of survival. CPR & AED help saving those precious minutes and empowering you to deliver lifesaving intervention before an EMS team arrives.

*Source: American Heart Association, “Implementing an AED Program.” (PDF)

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