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LIFEFORCE

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Saving your crew at the push of a button

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Could you save Joe? You may know Joe or someone like him – for ten years he worked for a shipping company just like yours.. Joe was only 34 when he died of a sudden cardiac arrest on a ship. Joe’s colleagues stood around while the chaos unfolded, unable to help. Air-sea rescue arrived to pick up his body; it was already too late. As his colleagues watched him leave, their faces said it all, so shocked, wondering how this had happened and why no one could save him. What could they have done? If his ship had a defibrillator on-board, Joe would have been getting married this year, and his work...

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LIFEFORCE® is so simple to use that any crew member can become a potential life saver. It automatically detects when defibrillation is required, ensuring that treatment will only be delivered when needed. The UK Resuscitation Council has recently given advice that AEDs are safe to be used by untrained personnel. semi • autom Clear verbal and visual instructions guide your crew through each step of the rescue. Combine this with the bright oversized buttons and an unintimidating design and you have the best equipment to save a life. In an independent study, LIFEFORCE® was found to be quicker,...

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atic defibrillator With a built-in handle and weighing just 1.9kg, the LIFEFORCE® AED is portable, lightweight and can easily be stored and carried to a victim’s side. The LIFEFORCE® AED is a durable piece of equipment, tested for use in even the most hostile of environments. The unit is weatherproof, with rubberised handles and sides for ultimate protection from impact damage. Future proof Training atient Guidelines for the use of defibrillators and CPR are often reviewed and amended, meaning existing defibrillators must be updated to meet with new treatment recommendations. Unlike some...

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About sudden cardiac arrest Around 3 million people die from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) each year worldwide. It is the world’s biggest killer and can happen to anyone, anywhere and at any time. Research by one leading telemedicine company found that 62% of all the deaths on ships attributed to natural causes that they dealt with from 1986-2006, were heart related. Major maritime telemedicine services now recommend the carriage of AEDs on ships, as do a growing number of Flag Authorities, Shipowners’ Associations and Seamen’s Unions. Causes of sudden cardiac arrest Sudden cardiac arrest is...

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Who are we? Martek Marine Ltd are world leaders in providing safety and environmental monitoring equipment to ships globally. We have a diverse customer base including BP, Shell and the Ministry of Defense. We are the only AED supplier to be awarded two highly prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in the ‘Innovation’ and ‘International Trade’ categories. Martek Marine Ltd Martek Marine Ltd are committed to offering lifesaving equipment that is reliable, of high quality and proven performance, and to support this, the LIFEFORCE® AED is the only GL Type Approved automated AED available in...

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