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A few days ago we had our regular training "Resuscitation and emergencies in the doctor's office" again. Every two years we practise cardiac massage, ventilation and how to use the defibrillator: "What to do?" in case of an emergency.

Fortunately, we have never had an emergency that required resuscitation. Cardiac arrest! Respiratory arrest! - how good that this is not part of everyday life in a gynaecological practice! Nevertheless, a medical team should of course be able to react competently in such a situation. Training for moment X is part of this.

This time we had to postpone our training several times, Corona kept throwing our planning out of the window. Now it finally worked out and we were able to practise practical hand movements, learn new things, clarify questions and gain very personal insights (don't be afraid of a defibrillator!).

In this context, a very important question has arisen: Where is the next public defibrillator at Rotebühlplatz???

To be continued...