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Byaasgaard Camping

Located at the entrance to Roskilde Fjord

- a part of ”National Park North Zealand of the Kings”
 
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landing stage for boats
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Tuesday
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Kl.
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Defibrillator

Defibrillator | When Calling an Ambulance | Instructions from Hjertestarter.dk
The defibrillator is placed in the gate by the kiosk

Defibrillator

On Byaasgaard we naturally also have a defibrillator that is placed in the gate by the kiosk.

The defibrillator is a present from one of our great campers and we are incredibly happy and thankful for this present. Especially as it already saved a life in the Summer of 2016.

Our defibrillator is fully automatic and tells you everything that needs to be done so that everyone can use it without experience. Just listen and do as told, and it will work!

And remember that a defibrillator only works at cardiac arrest and only then! A defibrillator cannot be used, if the person has a pacemaker.

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When Calling an Ambulance

When Calling an Ambulance

Call 112 and stay by the person!

Call the camp manager on 47 923 102, whereby two things will happen:

1. An ambulance will be called for. If it has already been called for, it will be ensured that someone will meet it and that it will be shown down to whomever might need it.

In this way we avoid that time is wasted. The time feels long enough already when you wait for an ambulance. This is particularly important during the hours from 23 to 7, as the gate is closed and it is only Allan and Hanne, who can open it.

2. Someone will arrive, who has attended a course in the defibrillator.

Both Hanne and Allan have been trained in first aid and the defibrillator.

If you cannot reach the Camp Manager, then call 112, stay by the person and get someone to run for the defibrillator by the kiosk and someone else to wait by the gate until the ambulance and emergency doctor’s car have arrived.

But Always Remember Fast Help is Double Help!

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Always Remember Fast Help is Double Help!

Instructions from Hjertestarter.dk:
Everyone can use a defibrillator. It is easy and when you have pushed the start button, the defibrillator will tell you exactly what you need to do.

A defibrillator is a device that can ”restart” the heart after a cardiac arrest by giving one or more electric shots through the chest. The defibrillator is also called an AED, which is the abbreviation for Automatic External Defibrillator.

The defibrillator consist of the machine itself and two electrodes. Through the electrodes the defibrillator can read the heart’s rhythm and evaluate if it needs a shot.

There are many different types of defibrillators, but they can all analyse the heart’s rhythm and give shots if it is necessary.

This is What You Do
All the way through the process, the defibrillator will tell you what you need to do. For example how you put on the electrodes in the right way, when the injured can the touched and if you can press the button that triggers the shot.

You can see, how you use a defibrillator in the video in the top of the page.

When you open the defibrillator, it automatically starts to instruct you in what you must do.

It tells you when you must give artificial respiration and heart massage and when you have to put the electrodes on correctly, the defibrillator itself will determine if an electric shot must be given. The defibrillator gives a shot, when you press one button.

Who Can Use a Defibrillator?
Everyone can use and operate a defibrillator in Denmark. And if you are capable of giving life saving first aid, you can also safely and efficiently operate a defibrillator without prior training.

It is however most important that you always call 1-1-2, if you have a person, who is unconscious and does not breathe regularly. Then you will get into direct contact with a health professional, who will tell you what to do and will assist you all the way through the procedure.

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