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Saving lives every day

When the Abletech team learned about one man’s mission to put defibrillator locations online, they offered to design the website and app for free. Today more than 12,000 defibrillator locations can be accessed in seconds – enabling professionals and everyday Kiwis to give vital and urgent support to people in cardiac arrest.

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    Cardiac arrest

    The latest New Zealand Listener highlights recent research into heart disease.

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    Built in Wellington, used in Wellington

    Our app showing AED locations nationwide saved a local life this week. Well done to Alea for using the app to find her nearest defibrillator. Great to see so many AEDs available in the Cuba Mall area:

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    From Idea to App

    Recently a woman in Stoke went into cardiac arrest. A police officer used his AED Locator app to find the closest defibrillator. Nelson Bays Area Commander Inspector Mat Arnold-Kelly said the situation was urgent.

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    Wellington City Council recommended mobile apps

    Jenny Rains, the Community Services and Emergency Welfare Manager at WCC, says the best way to access the locations of AEDs (automated external defibrillators) is by downloading the free AED mobile application.

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    Cardiac arrest

    The latest New Zealand Listener highlights recent research into heart disease.

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    Built in Wellington, used in Wellington

    Our app showing AED locations nationwide saved a local life this week. Well done to Alea for using the app to find her nearest defibrillator. Great to see so many AEDs available in the Cuba Mall area:

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    From Idea to App

    Recently a woman in Stoke went into cardiac arrest. A police officer used his AED Locator app to find the closest defibrillator. Nelson Bays Area Commander Inspector Mat Arnold-Kelly said the situation was urgent.

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    Wellington City Council recommended mobile apps

    Jenny Rains, the Community Services and Emergency Welfare Manager at WCC, says the best way to access the locations of AEDs (automated external defibrillators) is by downloading the free AED mobile application.

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