Shocktober: Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month

Have you ever experienced an unexpected cardiac palpitation or a temporary interruption in your heartbeat? Numerous factors, from emotional triggers to sudden disturbances, might attribute to these instances. However, an entire month is dedicated to comprehending these unforeseen cardiac events: Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month. The goal is to increase awareness about sudden cardiac arrest […]

A Comprehensive Guide to Automated External Defibrillators

Introduction to AEDs Here at AED.US, our commitment is unwavering in saving the lives of those affected by sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). We offer advanced Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) and accessories to organizations of all sizes as well as general public access. Leading Manufacturers We Support We are proud to offer products from all 6 […]

Can You Use an AED on a Pregnant Woman?

    In the world of emergency medical response, some questions consistently arise. An example of this is, “Can you use an AED on a pregnant woman?” Given the potential risks associated with maternal cardiac arrest and the well-being of the unborn child, it is important to fully understand the answer to this question. Understanding […]

Understanding and Mastering Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

The potency of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) in medical emergencies cannot be overstated. This powerful tool is a life-saving procedure combining chest compressions and rescue breaths, capable of bridging the gap between life and death. By understanding CPR, individuals can effectively respond to critical situations. In this article, we aim to demystify the concept of CPR, […]

Preventing Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) in Athletes: Lessons From Bronny James’ Incident

In a shocking turn of events, Bronny James, the talented offspring of NBA superstar LeBron James, recently experienced a cardiac arrest during a basketball training session at the Galen Center, University of Southern California. Prompt medical attention and interventions have stabilized his condition, allowing him to recover and be discharged from the Intensive Care Unit […]

Interview with Shawn Sima, Who We Play For

  Shawn: My name is Shawn Sima and I’m the impact Director for a non-profit called Who We Play For. My story: I’m a retired Air Force physician’s assistant; I’m originally from Jacksonville, Florida, and now I live down in Merritt Island, Florida, a suburb of Melbourne. I retired from the Air Force in 2012 […]