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One person dies every 5.25 seconds of sudden cardiac arrest
As defibrillation is not available within the first 2-4 minutes i
i Mehra, R. Global public health problem of sudden cardiac death.
Journal of Electrocardiology. 2007; 40(6 SUPPL. 1):118-122.
Ambulance services can take up to 21 minutes to arrive (longer in regional areas) ii
With brain death starting to occur after just 4 minutes, survival rates for victims of sudden cardiac arrest in 1st world countries is just a mere 3 to 10% iii
ii Steering Committee for the Review of Government Services Provision (SCRGSP) 2020,
Report on Government Services 2020, Productivity Commission, Canberra.

iii Bloom et al. Long-term survival after successful inhospital cardiac arrest resuscitation.
American Heart Journal. 2007; 153(5): 831-836.

DESIGN CONCEPT ONLY - NOT THE FINAL PRODUCT. THE CELLAED® IS AWAITING REGULATORY APPROVAL

Our goal

Our goal is to close the survival gap and change what happens during the minutes that count by creating a portable, fully automated external defibrillator. We want to introduce a small, portable, affordable and readily available AED – the CellAED®.

  • Designed for humans.
  • Universal simplicity.
  • Counting seconds, not minutes.
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