Georg J. Geier

 

Examples, of what i have done.

Short Clips (made for my Customers and for free use), on several Touch-Screen-Terminals – at different Locations and also on my YouTube Channel.

 

 

 

ผลงานที่ประสบความสำเร็จของผม

ซึ่งเป็นคลิปวีดีโอ (จัดทำโดยลูกค้าของผม) สำหรับผลิตภัณฑ์เทอมินอลทัชสกรีน หรือป้ายโฆษณาระบบสัมผัส ที่มีมากมายและหลากหลายพื้นที่ติดตั้งในยูทูปวีดีนี้

 

Georg Geier
info touch-screen-ternminal
set up in a Ferrari/Maserati showroom 

Georg  Geier
founder of the website
mydefibri and associtated App

Touch-Screen-Terminal
incl. AED
Town Square Osterhofen

Info Touch-Screnn-Terminal
incl. AED on the back wall
Town Square Osterhofen

Bavaria Clinic Freyung,Germany
Info Screen with hospital news
and adverstising partners

AED ( Defibrillator ) safes life.
Do you know where the next AED is?

Don’t give Sudden Cardiac Arrest a chance!

KNOWLEDGE is POWER.
Do you know where the AED (Defibrillator) is located?

I am very proud
Phyathai 1 Hospital in Bangkok
and
Bangkok Hospital
are writing on 

www.shockdee.com

advices for you – from specialists 
read more about it…
www.shoockdee.com

Sudden Cardiac Arrest
concerns us all

Your HEART
is a powerful organ.
pumping some 2.5 billion times in an average human lifespan.
about 100,000 times a day and 35 million times a year.

Take good care of your heart!

www.shockdee.com

Sudden Cardiac Arrest
concerns
us all

No warning
No advance notice
Sudden Cardiac Arrest
just strikes.

www.shockdee.com

#AED
#Defibrillator
#Health

So please, open your eyes, hope that other people do the same and all know
where the next AED is located.

AED’s
should be all over Bangkok and Thailand.
visible and accessible to all of us.

Do you agree?
Then check out our website
www.shockdee.com 
and like our
Facebook

BECAUSE WE are working on it.

We… “shockdee.com”… not giving up and keep telling you:

Sudden Cardiac Arrest – concerns us all.

www.shockdee.com

Don’t give SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST a Chance.

 

helping with AED´s
comes from my heart.
Thats why i keep doing it in Thailand also.

How to find  AED (Defibrillator) in Bangkok Thailand

www.shockdee.com

will show you where the AED is located.

KNOWLEDGE is POWER.

Do you know where the next AED (Defibrillator) is located?

 

To wake up every morning with the thought
that you did something good and wonderful.
This is the feeling
when you help others in need.
Even,
if you do it with little things.
Consider every day it as a fresh start.
It will fill your heart with positivity,
which is very important for your life

AED (Defibrillator) can save a life.

search – find – report
AED in Thailand, Bangkok

www.shockdee.com

I am very proud that

PHILIPS Thailand 
is amy AED partner.

KNOWLEDGE is POWER.
Do you know where the next AED (Defibrillator) is located?

search – find – report AED’s
on
www.shockdee.com

If you
don’t start today, to be there for each other – When will you start?

KNOWLEDGE is POWER.
Do you know, Where the next AED is located?

No warning . No advance notice .
Sudden   Cardiac   Arrest
just strikes.

www.shockdee.com

Sudden
and unexpected
Cardiac Death
is the most common cause of death.
Accounting for 17 million deaths every year, worldwide.

With a share of 25 % for Sudden Cardiac Arrest
So,
we are talking about 4.25 million people.

found and read :
https://www.aerjournal.com
AER is the official journal of the BHRS

In cases of  Sudden Cardiac Arrest…….
time is everything.

A heart in
SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST
can be restarted by using CPR and an AED machine.

Don’t give SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST a chance

Schubert Internet Marketing
Osterhofen

to many people die – because of sudden cardiac arrest.
KNOWLEDGE is POWER.
Do you know where the next AED is located?

www.shockdee.com
will change this.

to many people die – because of sudden cardiac arrest.
KNOWLEDGE is POWER.
Do you know where the next AED is located?

Automated External Defibrillator can save a life.
AED’s can be used anywhere and by anyone, including you

In your
Children’s School
in your Office, In your Gym, In Public Parks
In  shopping malls and in Temples…and… and…and

Knowledge is Power.
Do you know
where the next AED is located?

Always be prepared…Every second counts.

 

www.shockdee.com
will change this.

When next time
somebody is asking you:
Do you know where the next AED is located to you?

Your answer should be:
OFCOURSE I KNOW
the next AED location –

Because I am  NOT stupid !

www.shockdee.com

Sudden Cardiac Arrest
concerns us all

Without
YOUR Focus
and YOUR Direction
YOU will never achieve YOUR goals.

KNOWLEDGE is POWER.
Do you know Where the next AED (Defibrillator) is located?

search – find – report
AED’s on

www.shockdee.com

I’m not saying we can save all people from heart diseases.

I’m just saying
let’s save the ones – when we have the chance to do it.

KNOWLEDGE is POWER.
Do you know
where the next AED is located?

www.shockdee.coom

 

Did you know?

Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) and Arrhythmia
represent a major worldwide public health problem.
Accounting for 15–20 % of all deaths.
Early resuscitation an defibrillation
remains the key to survival, yet its implementation and the access to public AED’s (Defibrillators) remains poor.

Worldwide,
Sudden and unexpected Cardiac Death
is the most common cause of death, accounting for 17 million deaths every year with
Sudden Cardiac Death accounting for 25 %.

So,
we are talking about
4.25 million people of these.

found and read :
https://www.aerjournal.com
AER is the official journal of the BHRS

means about:
4.250.000  each year
354.167     each month
11805        each day
492           each hour
8               each min die on it.

World Heart Day
29. September 2021

Don’t give SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST a chance.

A heart in SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST can be restarted
by using CPR and a AED machine

www.shockdee.com

Find AED / Search AED / Report AED

Under Eye Problems

Under eye problems can make people look tired and old. What are the causes and risk factors of under eye problems?

 

  • Wrinkle: As we age, We lose collagen and elastin, which can lead to the formation of dynamic wrinkles, like crow’s feet. Due to repeated facial movement, dynamic wrinkles eventually become static lines.
  • Hollows can form beneath the eyes. As we age, fat-pads get thinner and descend, resulting in Eye Hollowness and Sagging.
  • Dark Circle:
    • Loss of fatty tissue and thinning of the skin around the eyes are part of the aging process.
    • Lack of sleep or poor sleeping habits
    • Smoking
    • Allergies
    • Dehydration

 Home Remedies

  • Getting enough quality sleep each night to help reduce or prevent dark circles.
  • Applying a cold compress to the eyes can constrict blood vessels and reduce the appearance of dark circles.
  • Antioxidant skincare products may help to reduce the appearance of dark circles.
  • Protecting the eyes from the sun: Wearing UV protection sunglasses and applying sunscreen.

 Medical Treatment

  • Eye wrinkle/crow’s feet: Botulinum Toxin.
  • Eye hollowness: Filler.
  • Dark Eye:
    • Injection: Hyaluronic Acid, antioxidant, platelet rich plasma and growth factor.
    • RF treatment.

      read at advices for you – from specialists
      on
      www.shockdee.com 

/ I am very happy to introduce my new AED (Defibrillator) -Partner.
Welcome to “SHOCKDEE”
ALCOTEC company, Bangkok Thailand

www.shockdee.com
#AED
#Defibrillator
#Heart
#Health
#Lifesaver
#Beauty

WE will fight together.
And ALL of us can make Thailand more safe and rescue more people.

Find AED / Report AED / Search AED 

Success factors
Successful defibrillation depends not only on the position of the electrodes, but also on the strength of the current impulse and the transthoracic resistance:
– Strength of the defibrillator surge
The AED or lay defibrillator emits a current surge of around 360 joules across all designs. Increasing the current surge – even if ventricular fibrillation or cardiac arrest persists – does not increase the chances of recovery. In order to avoid burns to the patient, AEDs only emit amounts of energy that are harmless to health.
– Transthoracic resistance
The transthoracic resistance describes in the simplest sense the quality of the transmission of the current impulse to the targeted areas of the heart. AEDs sometimes provide laypeople with simple ways to reduce resistance. Additional equipment such as disposable razors or electrode gel are sometimes included in the defibrillator sets.

Easy-To-use AEDs Could Restart Your Heart

Seconds and minutes count when trying to save the life of someone whose heart has stopped beating due to SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST. The chance of survival drops by 10 percent each minute after the heart stops, as the brain and other vital organs are deprived of oxygenated blood.

 The good news is
that even people with no training can use an AED
when the situation requires fast action.

This is why the increasing appearance of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in public places is a welcome, lifesaving sight. Today you’re likely to find them in schools, government buildings, businesses, hotels, golf courses, sporting venues, malls, airports, airplanes, and community and convention centers. They’re often kept in wall cases, in plain sight and easy reach.

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Did you know?

A Heart Attack
is not a
SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST

Heart Attack = Pumping Problem of your Heart

SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST = Electrical problem of your Heart

A heart in

SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST

can be restarted by using CPR and a AED machine
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AGING SKIN
What are the visible signs of aging skin?

“As we age, skin visibly changes in several ways”

 COLLAGEN, ELASTIN, SKIN MOISTURE

As we age, we experience a loss of facial glands, which results in less oil produced, contributing to less moisture in the skin.

We lose collagen and elastin, which can lead to the formation of dynamic wrinkles, like laugh lines, frown lines, and crow’s feet. Due to repeated facial movement, dynamic wrinkles eventually become static lines.

FAT-PADS AND AGING

Fat-pads are located below the skin’s surface and help to provide volume, facial contours, and fullness. As we age, fat-pads get thinner and descend. As a result, our face may not look as round and firm as it did in our youth.

Hollows can form beneath the eyes, drooping skin can cause deeper lines around the nose and mouth, loose skin can result in a sagging jawline, and fat can accumulate beneath the chin, resulting in fullness between the neck and chin (“double chin”). The loss and downward movement of fat-pads can also make the face appear deflated and sunken in the cheek area.

 MUSCLES AND AGING

Our facial muscles lie beneath our facial fat-pads. They are in repeated motion as we eat, laugh, smile, and frown. A

s we age, loss of facial fat, combined with gravity and repetitive muscle activity, can lead to deep wrinkles in the face. As a result, crow’s feet form at the outer corners of our eyes, and creases form between our brows. Facial muscles also get weaker over time. The loss of muscle tone and thinning skin can give the face a loose, sagging appearance. Our jawline loses its contour, and our profile becomes less defined.

 BONES AND AGING

Facial bones provide the foundation for muscle, fat-pads, and skin. This bone structure is what gives us our unique facial shape and contour. A youthful bone structure has full and high cheeks. With age, we experience facial bone loss. This type of bone loss changes the dimensions and contour of our face, causing areas around our eyes to get larger, a decrease in the angle of our brow bone, and a less sculpted jawline.

 Many factors impact the way our skin ages, including lifestyle choices and genetics.

  • Lifestyle choices, like sun exposure, smoking, alcohol use, diet, and stress, can cause brown spots, rough skin, and wrinkles, as well as the premature onset and progression of aging
  • Genetics affect all layers of the skin and contribute to thinning, dryness, and loss of elasticity of the skin during the aging process.

 Talk to your aesthetic specialist about facial aging and the treatment options; Botulinum toxin, Filler, HIFU, Laser, etc.  that can help you achieve your desired aesthetic goals.
Because …. “beauty can be created”

Even if defi-lay users are often intimidated: Medical terms relating to the subject of AED and defibrillator are explained quickly and easily.
Defibrillation:
Restoration of regular cardiac activity through electrical surges in the event of life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias
Ventricular fibrillation:
Also called ventricular fibrillation
Disordered excitation of the heart chambers leads to disordered contractions of the heart muscle. The result: a life-threatening pulseless cardiac arrhythmia. Without defibrillation, the patient’s death is inevitable.
Atrial flutter:
In the case of atrial flutter, the auricles beat in the range of 240 to 340 pulses per minute with a clear drop in relation to the frequency of the ventricles. The result: palpitations.
Atrial fibrillation:
Also called absolute arrhythmia
As the most common cardiac arrhythmia, it can often be combated with a defibrillator: The atria are either temporarily or permanently only active.
Ventricular tachycardia:
Life-threatening accelerated pulse with at least 100 beats per minute with simultaneous cause in the heart chambers
Supraventricular tachycardia:
Generic term for cardiac arrhythmias in the form of a pulse with more than 100 heartbeats per minute and with a disturbance origin above the heart chambers
Cardioversion:
The electrical cardioversion describes the restoration of the sinus rhythm or the normal state of the heart through the use of a defibrillator.
Electrocardiogram (EKG):
Also called the heart tension curve or heart writing
Record of all electrical activities of the heart muscle fibers, which emit electrical impulses through contraction
Automated External Defibrillator (AED):
Also called lay defibrillator or defibrillator
Shock transducers designed for use by lay first aiders for the treatment of shockable cardiac arrhythmias

www.shockdee.com

find AED 

Search AED

Report AED

 

 

Sudden Cardiac Arrest
happens everywhere.

Leave yur Comfort Zone and don’t be afraid to use an AED Machine.

www.schockdee.com

ONE of the leading Cause of DEATH in Thailand is:
Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Being healthy and sick is a part of life. Not helping others, when you are feeling alright and it is necessary is a very bad choice.

Estimated
60.700 People died in year 2020 in Thailand only
(WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION)

means:
approximately

7 Thai died every hour.

Sudden and unexpected Cardiac Death is the most common cause of death.

Accounting for 17 million deaths every year, worldwide.
(WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION)

With a share of 25 % for Sudden Cardiac Arrest so, we are talking about
4.25 million people.

found and read :
https://www.aerjournal.com
AER is the official journal of the BHRS

A HEART in
SUDDEN CARDIAC  ARREST
can be restarted
with an AED

KNOWLEDGE is POWER.
Do you know – where the neext AED is located?

www.shockdee.com
#AED
#Defibrillator
#Heart
#Health
#Lifesaver
#Beauty

A HEART can be restarted
by using CPR and an AED machine.

But…you have to know where the next AED (Defibrillator) is located to you.

You never Know – who and when is next.

KNOWLEDGE is POWER.

www.shockdee.com

A heart in
SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST
can be restarted by using CPR
and an AED machine.

If  Sudden Cardiac Arrest 
happens to you……
Your HEART needs an electric shock
to bring it back – start beating again.

www.shockdee.com

#AED #Defibrillator #Heart #Health #Lifesaver #Beauty

SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST

occurs suddenly and often without warning.

It is triggered by an electrical malfunction in the heart that causes an irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia). With its pumping action disrupted, the heart cannot pump blood to the brain, lungs and other organs. Seconds later,a person loses consciousness and has no pulse.

Death occurs within minutes if the victim does not receive treatment.

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#AED #Defibrillator #Heart #Health #Lifesaver #Beauty