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
Drones could be shockingly quick delivering AEDs during cardiac arrest
In recent years, automated external defibrillators (AEDs) have become more common in public spaces such as movie theaters, shopping malls and restaurants. But survival rates for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest remain between 8 and 10 percent.
AED-Carrying Drones May Speed Resuscitation Test flight study showed more than 16-minute advantage over EMS
Drones can speed delivery of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, a real-world test flight study determined. When sent an address of a past real-life case by dispatchers, a drone bearing an AED autonomously took off and flew to the site to deliver the resuscitation equipment faster than emergency responders had reached the site in all 18 attempts, with a median reduction in response time of 16:39 min.
Heart For Heart
Happitech, Arrhythmia Alliance and Bug Labs will announce the launch of the Heart for Heart campaign during World Heart Rhythm Week. This campaign invites people to participate in the world’s largest crowdsourced heart health initiative by recruiting them to contribute their heart rhythm data using the free Heart for Heart iPhone App.