Saving hearts too young to die
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) has a 10% survival rate and kills 6.8 – 8.5 million people around the world every year. 70% of deaths occur in the home, without immediate access to an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED). Every minute without treatment increases the chance of death by 10%. Using an AED can pushes survival up to above 50-70%.
We will change this situation by making AEDs personal
A personal device
We will give the world access to a smarter, faster and more cost-effective personal AEDs that are always up-to-date.
Improvements to every step of rescue
Bystanders can give immediate shock 90% faster than waiting for EMS to arrive. Connect with dispatchers automatically, including immediate GPS delivery & real-time audio/video. Paramedics receives faster notification and options for reviewing heart activity data online. Hospital gets better data to apply treatment and improve outcomes. AI andmachine learning are applied to make sure every step of the process is optimized.
Self and remote rescue
Our unique technology enables self and remote controlled rescue in a cardiac arrest situation for use in rural areas or when people are not accompanied by others.
What our experts say
Many, if not most, of the patients that die from cardiac arrest could have lived 20 years longer or more if they had received proper AED treatments within a short time after the cardiac arrest. These hearts are simply too good to die. A personal and connected AED will revolutionalize medicin in the area and save million of lives.― MD, expert in emergency medicine, heart diseases and an AED evangelist. Part of our Defibrio team.
Someone very young near to me recently died from cardiac arrest in her home. Knowing that this disruptive technology could have saved that life and also save many future persons suffering from sudden cardiac arrest is a big motivation for me and our team.― Principal engineer, Defibrio team
We are a team of experienced engineers, medical experts and entrepreneurs.
Our mission is to save millions lives every year by saving hearts to young and too good to die