Adrian Dryburgh

Adrian DryburghIt is with an incredibly heavy heart that we have to announce, on 25 April 2022, founder and director of LifeAid Defibrillators, Adrian Dryburgh, sadly passed away after a short illness. We have a memoriam page dedicated to him, and whist Adrian leaves a hole that can never be filled, our tireless work to help save lives continues.

Ensuring Peace Of Mind

Why Use LifeAid?

From initial site planning of what our clients need, to installation, training, maintaining and even providing damage and theft protection cover our aim is always to provide a seamless, problem free programme for large clients.

We really are the biggest one stop shop and have worked for many years to ensure large organisations have the peace of mind knowing every aspect of the defibrillator process to procure, manage and maintain large volumes of defibrillators is being handled professionally by ourselves.

  • Nationally, the average ambulance response time is 8-11 minutes so it is vital that the patient receives care immediately.
  • Over 30,000 people suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the UK every year and without defibrillation the survival rates are only 5%. With a defibrillator close by, those rates rise to 75%.
  • Large organisations can no longer ignore where duty of care to protect staff and customers against the threat of cardiac arrest.
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LifeAID are one of the most trusted suppliers of defibrillators in the UK today. Our track record of being suppliers to Waitrose, Savills Property Management and McDonald’s restaurants speak for itself.

The world watched in shock when Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020. The thought of a staff member or customer suffering the same scenario at your premises with no defibrillator being at hand is incomprehensible. Protect your staff and customers against the threat of cardiac arrest for years to come.

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Look What Waitrose Have Done To Protect Colleagues And Customers Against Cardiac Arrest

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Look What Savills Have Done To Protect Colleagues And Clients Against Cardiac Arrest