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    Ministry of Health Cantabria (Spain) joins CISALI project in order to save lives

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    This week, the Ministry of Health in Cantabria in Northern Spain, has approved the use of the ‘Cisali’ app, to promote the awarenesss of AEDs (defibrillators) within the provence in an effort to save more lives. See more here: https://www.europapress.es/cantabria/noticia-sanidad-colabora-aplicacion-localizar-desfibriladores-todo-mundo-20191112111445.html

    The app, developed by Citizens Save Lives Association, also has the ability for First Responders to register on the app, making themselves available should a cardiac arrest occur in their vacinity. And remember, the app is completely free of charge from the App Store or Google Play.

    WITH BEATY, IN AN EMERGENCY, THE CARDIAC MASSAGE CAN BE PERFORMED SAFELY AND EFFICIENTLY BY ANYONE!

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    You will receive BEATY immediately from the following CISALI partners:

    Children's Cardiomyopathy Foundation joins CISALI project.

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    Janine Burke, Manager of Medical Outreach, Children's Cardiomyopathy Foundation: "We are happy to share information regarding your app in an upcoming monthly announcement. The announcement is emailed to members signed up to our community page"  https://dev.childrenscardiomyopathy.org/ 

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