Camino 2 de la Moraleja Urbanization

Defibrillators for cardioprotected neighborhood communities

Defibrillators for cardioprotected neighborhood communities

Another neighborhood community in La Moraleja protects itself against sudden death by installing an AED defibrillator in the building, and training residents and owners in basic life support and use of the AED.

La Moraleja is one of the most exclusive areas of Madrid, its luxurious mansions and its excellent location make this urbanization one of the most desired to live in. Footballers, successful businessmen, established artists, senior executives of the main multinationals, and so on are concentrated in the area.

In the Moraleja we can find the residential developments more known and quoted of Spain, a great concentration of private schools, golf courses, sports facilities and all kinds of shops together with a varied and extensive gastronomic offer. 

Camino Ancho 2 is the newest urbanization in La Moraleja, made up of 80 homes with a marked “contemporary, serene and timeless” style. It is located a step away from the center of Madrid and a few minutes from the Adolfo Suarez Airport.

According to Ramón Cubián, the councilor for urban planning of the Alcobendas City Council, “La Moraleja is completed with this sector from a residential point of view, according to the current General Plan. It can no longer continue to grow anywhere. "

Neighborhood community certified as a safe cardio space

This new residential area has the certificate of cardioprotected space thanks to the installation of DEA defibrillators in the urbanization. The certification of a neighborhood community as a cardioprotected space It is the guarantee for all those who live, work or visit the community premises, of the perfect functioning of all DEA DESA defibrillators.

The certification includes the training and recycling of the people who inhabit the building, training the homeowners in resuscitation and first aid techniques, in order to increase the chances of survival of the possible victim.

Does the socioeconomic level influence when suffering a cardiorespiratory arrest?

The studies of the Spanish Journal of Cardiology (REC) disseminate that the educational and socioeconomic level of a person affects the probability of suffering a heart attack or cardiorespiratory arrest. These factors do not directly influence but they can aggravate the chances of suffering a cardiac incident.

El REC journal study has included 1.369 patients with myocardial infarction and 1.369 healthy people of the same age. The participants were classified into three categories according to their socioeconomic status and their education.

After analyzing the patients, it was discovered that educational level and social class based on occupation are indicators that provide complementary information to the doctor when determining the risk that a patient may have of suffering a heart attack / cardiorespiratory arrest.

On the other hand, and although the study shows us general data on cardioprotection in relation to socioeconomic data, on a personal level, nothing in this study is applicable to our current state of heart health, since sudden death can attack anyone. person equally without distinguishing sex, age, or socioeconomic level.

Offer with defibrillator, installation, insurance, maintenance and training for its use

From the Lifeguard Project we make available to the administrators of farms and neighboring communities, a cardioprotection offer which includes the DEA defibrillator (number 1 in the US) with the installation of a display case and notice to 112, signage throughout the building and common areas, includes civil liability insurance, with all consumables included, whether due to use or expiration.

Our offer of cardioprotection of communities includes training in Basic Life Support and use of the AED, a course that is taught in the same neighborhood community to all residents and owners of the community.


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Installation of external defibrillators, maintenance, spare parts, repairs, training and use of the defibrillator, registration in Autonomous Communities.

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28821 Coslada (Madrid)
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