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Technology for Social Good - AED Social Campaign

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  1. 1. Technology for Social Good AED Social Campaign Andrea Hofer @andreahofer | @philipshealth | November 2017
  2. 2. Introduction 2 • Please raise your hand if you or a loved one have experienced heart-related medical concerns. • Please raise your hand if you are CPR/AED certified. • Please raise your hand if you know where the AEDs are in this building.
  3. 3. Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) vs. a heart attack 3 Source: Cardiac Arrest vs Heart Attack, American Heart Association, September 16, 2016
  4. 4. Do you know how to help save a victim of Sudden Cardiac Arrest? 4 5 question quiz
  5. 5. True/False? 5 Sudden Cardiac Arrest is a leading cause of death worldwide. 41 Source:
  6. 6. True 6 Sources: Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics—2015 Update, Dariush Mozaffarian; et. al, American Heart Association, September 16, 2016 Global public health problem of sudden cardiac death, Rahul Mehra, National Center for Biotechnology Information, September 16, 2016 7M+ lives are claimed by sudden cardiac arrest worldwide each year. ~300,000 in the U.S. Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death among adults between 25 - 64. Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone, at anytime, anywhere.
  7. 7. It is better to wait for the professionals to help a victim of sudden cardiac arrest. 7 True/False? 42
  8. 8. 8 False For every minute that passes without CPR and defibrillation, a victim’s chance of survival decreases by 7%-10%. After 10 minutes, less than 5% of sudden cardiac arrest victims survive. On average, EMS teams in the U.S. take 6 - 12 minutes to arrive on the scene of a SCA. Sources: CPR Facts and Stats, American Heart Association, September 16, 2016. with-campaign-to-raise-awareness-of-sudden-cardiac-arrest.html
  9. 9. CPR alone is enough to treat a victim of Sudden Cardiac Arrest. 9 True/False? 43
  10. 10. CPR may extend a victim’s life temporarily, but it alone cannot save the majority of sudden cardiac arrest victims. 10 False Source: for-public-access-with-campaign-to-raise-awareness-of-sudden-cardiac-arrest.html
  11. 11. 4. True/False?? A bystander could accidentally hurt someone by using an AED. 11 4
  12. 12. False 12 Sources: You can only help – The AED will not shock someone unless it detects a shockable rhythm. Immediate cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and early defibrillation, with an automated external defibrillator (AED), can more than double a victim’s chance of survival.
  13. 13. True/False? AEDs are hard to use. 13 5
  14. 14. False 14 AEDs are lightweight, battery-operated, portable devices that are easy to use. Learning how to use an AED and taking a CPR course are helpful. However, if trained personnel aren't available, untrained people also can use an AED to help save someone's life. Source:
  15. 15. Ralph Huttick, Philips AED representative. Philips offers support for Philips AED events. Call 1-800-453-6860 for more information. 15 AED Demonstration
  16. 16. How Philips helps spread SCA awareness Company-sponsored AED training. Posting social content on @PhilipsHealth (save stories, #WorldHeartDay campaign). Resharing content put out by Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation, American Heart Association, and PulsePoint. PulsePoint non-profit partnership. 16
  17. 17. #WorldHeartDay campaign (2016) Celebrated selling our 1.5 millionth AED as well as 20 years in the AED business with an educational infographic, press release, search campaign, and social campaign. 17
  18. 18. #WorldHeartDay campaign results (2016) Social: Reach = 1.3 million, Engagements = 9.2K. PR: 20 press pieces with 6.2 million impressions. Search: Surpassed click-through rate benchmarks by 240%. 18
  19. 19. Non-Profit Partnership PulsePoint Public App Issue: • Without public AED registration requirements, it can be hard to find one when you need it. • It can take time for someone who is CPR/AED trained to arrive at the scene. Solution: • PulsePoint’s free app alerts you if there is a person suffering a SCA nearby and tells you where the closest AED is. • There have been 26,000+ PulsePoint cardiac arrest activations. 2-3 responders per activation. More than 1 million app users. 19
  20. 20. Non-Profit Partnership PulsePoint Verified Responder App Issue: • 80% of cardiac incidents occur in a private residence,* where the PulsePoint app won’t send the public. Solution: • The PulsePoint Verified Responder App, a pilot study in partnership with Philips. Launched in 4 cities, with 1 more planned. • Philips donating 550 AEDs to off-duty firefighters who participate in the program. • Extensive media and social coverage elevates awareness about sudden cardiac arrest. 20 *Source: Regional variation in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest incidence and outcome. Nichol G, Thomas E, Callaway CW, Hedges J, Powell JL, Aufderheide TP, Rea T, Lowe R, Brown T, Dreyer J, Davis D, Idris A, Stiell I, Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium Investigators. JAMA. 2008 Sep 24; 300(12):1423-31.
  21. 21. Our Message Philips AED solutions act as your personal coach to guide you through a cardiac emergency with a simple, step-by-step process.
  22. 22. How you can help spread SCA awareness Follow/share SCA content on social media. Make sure AEDs are available at your place of work, schools, and sports fields. Register AEDs on PulsePoint. Encourage CPR/AED training in your organizations. Partner with like-minded organizations to expand AED awareness and availability. Philips can help connect you with foundations. 22
  23. 23. Save Stories 23
  24. 24. Thank You Technology for Social Good AED Social Campaign Andrea Hofer @andreahofer | @philipshealth | September 2017
  25. 25. 4522 99 131841 *NOV 2017