Lleida installs defibrillators on the street

The capital of Segrià becomes part of the group of municipalities with defibrillators installed in the street. They have installed 4, in addition to the 39 that it already had between public buildings and urban guard cars.

Coinciding with the start of the May festivities in the city, the city council has presented the new locations that will have public access defibrillators for everyone on the street. The locations are:

  • Square Paeria
  • Ricard Viñes
  • Exterior of the Pavilion Barris Nord
  • Exterior of the Sports Field

In the presentation of the new defibrillators in the street, the deputy mayor of the social area, Xavi Rodamilans, pointed out that “When there is a cardiac arrest, a doctor massaging can recover 5% of the patients, while anyone with one of these defibrillators can save 75%. That is why the training to use them, which we do in civic centers, is extremely important. ” He has also added that when in doubt, it is better to use them since it is the defibrillator itself that analyzes the victim’s pulse and decides whether or not to shock.

The use of these defibrillators is extremely simple with clear visual and acoustic indications that make their use very intuitive for anyone. Defibrillators on public roads are essential to save lives but we must bear in mind that they are not a toy. These are capable of automatically making a call to 112 and have geolocation so that health care can find quickly. They are also video surveillance with real-time access control.


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