Save a Life

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About this app

Every year in Switzerland, nearly 10'000 people suffer from a cardiopulmonary arrest (ACR). There are 400 victims a year in Geneva, which represents more than one victim per day. It takes an average of 10 minutes before help arrives. Each passing minute represents 10% less chance of survival, resulting in an average survival rate of less than 14%.
The Save a Life project is developing a network of volunteer first responders trained to intervene in RCCs and a public defibrillation program to increase survivorship of RCT victims.
This mobile application "Save a Life" is connected to the emergency call center 144. It allows to alert Geneva registered first responders when an ACR occurs. This app also helps locate the defibrillator closest to the emergency.
Updated on
Apr 25, 2024

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This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 3 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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