Smartphone-based alarming reduces the reanimation-free interval.
In a cardiovascular arrest, every second counts. Medically qualified first responders who
are in the immediate vicinity of the emergency, are monitored by the GPS component of their
Smartphones located and, if the emergency call 112 is dialled, automatically in parallel by the control centre.
to the rescue service via the Mobile Rescue App.
Mobile rescuers can very often be called up faster than the rescue service on the
and already have qualified life-saving measures in place by the time it arrives.
which are often decisive, especially in the first few minutes. The rescue chain is thus
strengthened, without a change to the existing established structure of the rescue service
to be carried out.
This application is available in german language and from december 2019 in english language.