Wednesday 28 July 2021 – 16:25
Milan, defibrillators also installed at the Pac and Mudec
They are added to those of Palazzo Reale, Castello and Permanente
Milan, July 28 (askanews) – After Palazzo Reale, Castello Sforzesco, Museo della Permanente, also the Pac, Padioglione of Contemporary Art, and the Mudec – Museum of Cultures have been equipped with defibrillators. They were donated by the “In campo con il Cuore” project. The project, organized in collaboration with the Presidency of the City Council of Milan, aims to make Milan, the Metropolitan City a cardio-protected territory and to spread the importance among citizens and among young people, especially with sports initiatives. the importance of resuscitation and the use of the defibrillator.
From 2014 to today the In Campo con il Cuore Association, in collaboration with the partner Iredeem, with Paolo Maldini and Ivan Capelli as testimonial, has donated more than 32 defibrillators. In Italy, cardiovascular diseases affect approximately 60,000 Italians mortally every year. The factors that positively affect the probability of survival of the victims are strictly dependent on the precocity of the intervention and a rapid start of resuscitation maneuvers and the use of an AED is a necessary condition to save a person’s life.
“The excellent work done with the In Campo con il cuore Association – commented in a note the President of the Municipal Council Lamberto Bertolé – continues making the most important places of Milanese culture safe and cardioprotected. We have been supporting this initiative for some time and with conviction in which we strongly believe. We all know how important first aid is and how decisive a defibrillator can be to save a life ”.
“Culture – added Gianfranco Fasan, President of the In campo con il Cuore Association – must be an extraordinary means of aggregation useful for raising awareness among visitors and citizens all on the importance of prevention, to allow the widest dissemination of resuscitation maneuvers and the defibrillator which remains an essential device to save a life in the event of cardiac arrest ”.