Accessible and effective CPR training
When someone has a cardiac arrest, prompt and appropriate action by a bystander can be life-saving. It has been proven that the increase in the number of AEDs available in public places has been accompanied by a direct increase in the survival rate from cardiac arrest. The decisiveness to start with a resuscitation and the quality thereof are essential to further increase those chances. Harry Palsma, a physician and medical advisor with over 25 years of experience in bystander CPR research, founded SamAid to contribute to this. SamAid provides a powerful and reliable training method to guide potential bystanders during a future CPR. The training is based on e-learning, is easy to use and can be activated directly at home.