Accident and Emergency

You're much more likely to die from illness or old age (at the moment!) but it's still worth minimising your chances of dying from the unexpected.

About 50 people die every day in the UK of "external causes" - accidents, falls and assaults - which gives you a one in a million chance of not making it to tomorrow. Coincidentally (or maybe because of it's applicable size) this is also the definition of a micromort.

Draft page - more coming soon.

Read more about: Medical Alert IDs.


Company Representative Anna Luisa Schaffgotsch - Founder of Impli (implantable technology) and biotechnologist

Company Impli - We use implants to help people get better and faster first point of care

Application citizenAID

Information Medical id cards and jewellery

Information UK Ambulance Service Clinical Practice Guidelines (2006)

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Accident and Emergency Blog Posts

Living forever one step at a time - preferably in safety shoes

Recent News

Synthetic red blood cells function similarly to natural ones

ACS Publications - 03-Jun-2020

Did not seem to cause any toxicity in mouse model


Drones to deliver defibrillators for out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in Sweden

MobiHealthNews - 19-May-2020

Immediate defibrillation is the key to surviving a sudden cardiac arrest


Widely available drug with great outcomes

BBC - 15-Oct-2019

According to an international study Tranexamic acid improves patient survival rates if given early

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