Life-saving defibrillators installed in five Belfast parks

May 19, 2016

Five parks across Belfast are offering a better chance of survival to heart attack victims after being fitted with automatic external defibrillators (AED) which will be available for members of the public to use in an emergency.

The AED’s can be used without specific training – they tell the user exactly what to do when released from their holding cabinets. The code for release is obtained once a 999 call is made to the emergency services and they determine that a defibrillator is necessary.

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– The Irish News

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