- It is a pioneering proposal that aims to respond and act in the first minutes of a cardiorespiratory arrest, increasing the chances that a qualified person can provide assistance in that time.
- There are many AEDs in private places, the possibility of identifying and locating them is less than in public spaces.
- This initiative should be more widely disseminated among qualified medical personnel, so that collaborating profiles increase
From Orientatech we have tested the Ariadna application for three weeks identifying its potentialities and most notable points, in turn, we have been lucky enough to interview one of the people who have been part of the definition and creation of the tool: JJ , responsible physician in the Spanish Red Cross Health Area: link to the videoreview
The application download is from Google and Apple spaces for each operating system:
Ariadna on GooglePlay
Once installed, the user registration process is based on the basic data of Name, Surname, Town, etc ... The most remarkable thing is the profile with which we register:
- Tracker: General public who want to contribute their bit by identifying DEAs and validating them
- Collaborator: Qualified people to attend emergencies (doctors, nurses, graduates, trained in CPR ...)
To complete the registration of qualified profiles, doctors, nurses or people with life support courses must certify their training and only after verifying that the data is correct, will they be registered with that profile.
In the case of "Trackers", just identifying yourself will be enough to be part of the citizens who collaborate in adding DEAs to this list.
Once registered .....
When we are already within the Ariadna network, we can see the map where the DEA posts are geolocated and we can be ourselves, who can geolocate an AED from their mobile phone in the event of a cardiorespiratory arrest or contribute to locating them in public and private spaces; also to validate through photographs and descriptions those that are already registered.
Registration and registration of DEAs
You can enrich the descriptions of the defibrillator locations, specify the itinerary to reach it or complete it with photographs. To encourage that the defibrillator map is always growing, the application is gamified, rewarding users who contribute more to incorporating defibrillators.
Gamification proposal for Ariadna's application
The application also has a news section to keep Trackers and Collaborators informed of the application of news or new proposals.