Let's save a life a minute together!

We want to save a life every minute, in Germany one every hour of a patient with cardiac arrest. How do we get these numbers?

There are 65,000 cardiac arrests per year in Germany.

The cooling has an NNT of 6 

That makes 65,000/6=10,833 human lives per year

/365 days = 29 lives per day /24 hours=1 life per hour

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What we have achieved so far

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Our background!

As a paramedic, I had the idea of implementing the recommendation to cool patients with cardiac arrest using ventilation. Because you can save a human life every hour in Germany, I decided to pursue the idea further. After that I started studying industrial engineering and continued to pursue the idea. My studies suffered as a result, so I'm still studying, especially because I not only had to finance myself, but mostly also the project with my income, since unfortunately it's usually not financed, even if a good 1.5 million was invested externally , I also had to invest €300,000 myself to keep it alive. In the meantime, I have been able to prove that the device can be built and that it specifically cools the human brain. In pigs, strokes are also significantly smaller if the brain is cooled. Another company was able to demonstrate the same thing in humans in Germany using a similar cooling method. Why is it currently a non-profit company and not a well-financed start-up? Unfortunately, nobody is currently spending money on improving emergency care in the rescue service. The health insurance companies are currently not allowed to do so, nor are relatives and the patients themselves. Actually, the district administrators or federal states would be responsible, but they don't want or expect more studies, which, however, cost a lot of money (about €12 million). Without the prospect of the rescue service being reimbursed for its costs, you don't get that much money from investors, so I'm currently in the process of founding a new company and collecting the money via crowdfunding. Because the reduction in brain damage reduces patient treatment costs, I named my company Ethical Saving gUG because I consider saving through improved treatment to be ethical saving, as opposed to saving on patients that we see everywhere else. I hope to save the healthcare system through ethical savings.

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