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Register your defibrillator, urges the SAS

THE Scottish Ambulance Service is appealing to communities in the Highlands to register their defibrillators on a dedicated website.

This will provide 999 call-handlers with the necessary information to direct people to the closest defibrillator in a time of emergency.

Launching its Registration to Resuscitation campaign, the service’s national community resilience manager Murray McEwan said: ‘When someone experiences a cardiac arrest, they are unconscious and not breathing, or not breathing normally, and their life is in immediate danger, which is why these defibrillators are so important.

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