Defibtech Lifeline ARM: Mechanical CPR Device

Phillip Woods, BA, NREMT-P, FP-C, our in-house flight medic and account manager gives an overview of the Lifeline Arm: the latest mechanical CPR device from Defibtech.   Phillip: Hey guys, Phillip Woods here, flight paramedic and account manager with Coro Medical, home of Today we are here to talk for a few minutes about […]

Brayden CPR Manikin Demo: A Mock Save with Charlee Rose

Brayden CPR Manikin with CPR Feedback TOMMY WILKINS: Hey, my name is Tommy Wilkins. I’m here with my daughter Charlee Rose and our dog Brady and we want to demo this Brayden CPR Manikin. So, Brady is done. These are a new line of manikins that show CPR Feedback, which is going to be important […]

Heartsine Pads Combine Battery and Electrodes With One Expiration Date

Most AEDs have separate pads (electrodes) and a battery. Pads and batteries rarely expire at the same time. For example, Cardiac Science boasts a 4-year battery, while pads are usually good for at least 2 years. The life of the battery will vary based on usage and environment. If an AED is used by a […]

Physio-Control LIFEPAK 15: 30,000 ft Overview

  Hey guys, this is Phillip Woods, the account manager and paramedic with Coro Medical and Today I am here with the new LIFEPAK 15 cardiac monitor and defibrillator, the newest monitor from Physio-Control, and designed to replace the now out-going LIFEPAK 12. I am sure you guys are familiar with the LIFEPAK 12 […]

October is Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month: Education and Prevention

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month is a vital initiative set forth by the Heart Rhythm Society to educate the public and raise awareness for Sudden Cardiac Arrest, or SCA. This year make it a point to learn more about what SCA is, the risk factors and warning signs, and how you can help save a […]

The History of AEDs: Look How Far We Have Come!

While we can talk all about the advancements being made in defibrillation and AED development—and there’s plenty to talk about there—it’s worth taking a second to reflect on just how far we’ve come. So, where did we begin? For centuries, scientists and doctors were relentless in answering a complex medical question: can the heart be […]