Defibs Save Lives

Arrhythmia Alliance provides fundraising support, in addition to information, advice and guidance to help make communities safer in the event of sudden cardiac arrest.

We have worked with many community groups, clubs and individuals to help place lifesaving equipment for use in the event of an emergency.

News & updates

Four Recognized for Saving Man's Life With CPR in Afton

On November 6, 2017, 70-year-old Bruce Dailey collapsed during a lifeguard certification class after suffering from a heart attack. The four women quickly sprang into action to perform CPR and give Dailey three shocks with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) before getting taken to the hospital.

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Could a flying defibrillator soon be saving lives in Staffordshire?

The AED equipment would then have to be operated by someone at the scene. A defibrillator has already been installed at Werrington library, but can only be used within the immediate area. Having another one that is transportable could potentially save lives much further afield. David stumbled across ...

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Tony Hill saved by colleagues after cardiac arrest

Tony Hill, from Rochdale, was avded by colleagues using a defibrillator after he suffered a life-threatening cardiac arrest whilst working on site at ... Neil Molyneux and John Fieldhouse, both participated in the defibrillator training and were on site when Tony suffered a Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA).

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