Domestic Heart Electroshock Device Introduced

Local Heart Electroshock Device Introduced
Domestic Heart Electroshock Device Introduced

According to the statement made by the Ministry of Industry and Technology, the heart electroshock device, which increases the chance of survival of the patient up to 90 percent when applied in sudden cardiac arrests, was produced locally. Industry and Technology Minister Mustafa Varank introduced the product developed by ASELSAN together with a local start-up to the parliamentarians. Underlining that he brought this device for those who say, "You are only investing in war technologies," Minister Varank said, "Currently, these devices are successfully serving at 5 points in the country and abroad." used the phrases.

Used in cardiac arrest

Minister Varank, who made a presentation on the budget of his ministry and affiliated and related organizations at the Parliamentary Plan and Budget Committee, introduced the heart electroshock device used in sudden cardiac arrests as well as the mission computer of the National Combat Aircraft.

a special product

He added, “When I proudly show the flight computer of our National Combat Aircraft, there will be those who say that you invest only in war technology.” Minister Varank, who started by saying, "I brought another very special product to our commission for them." said.

Domestic production defibrillator

Expressing that the device is a Fully Automatic External Defibrillator, that is, a heart electroshock device, Varank said, “This product developed by ASELSAN together with a local start-up; It is used to treat sudden cardiac arrest. Currently, these devices are successfully serving at 5 points in the country and abroad. As you can see, we invest not only in the defense industry but also in health technologies. We are able to develop and produce such technological tools.” he said.

sudden cardiac arrest

Sudden cardiac arrest comes first among deaths due to heart diseases. Heart electroshock devices are used not only in hospitals but also in workplaces against sudden cardiac arrests, which can be seen in a wide range of men and women, regardless of age. Scientific studies show that the electroshock applied in the first minutes of sudden cardiac arrest increases the chance of survival of the patient up to 90 percent.

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