Drone Delivery Canada Successfully Completes Phase 2 of “AED on the Fly” Project

When somebody experiences sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), every second matters. CPR and defibrillation are the two ways to treat somebody suffering an SCA, but the patient’s survivability decreases with every passing minute. Often, EMS arrives too late. This is why we emphasize the importance of AED prevalence and bystander education. If people on-site are equipped […]

Drones Allow AEDs to be Delivered Within the Critical Minutes That Matter Most

Here at AED.US, we talk a lot about automated external defibrillators – it’s in our name. But we want to emphasize why we love these portable, user-friendly, life-saving devices. Let’s start with the cold, hard facts. Every year, nearly 400,000 sudden cardiac arrests (SCA) occur out of hospitals. The only treatment for an SCA is […]

When Can Children Learn CPR?

What is the right age for children to learn CPR? When are they able to perform effective CPR? Should schools have a program in place? An article put out by ABCNews in 2009, reported that by the age of 9, children can retain the skills and knowledge of how to perform CPR. Most younger children […]

Updates from Coro Medical

Company culture and team outings have always been important to us so, when things began to open in Nashville, we were thrilled to get together to catch up and have fun, at a safe distance, of course!  We had a blast at Nashville’s Soar Adventure Tower where we were challenged by 4 levels of over […]

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Rates Have Spiked in Recent Months

The COVID-19 pandemic has dominated the news cycle for the past several months, from discussions about transmissibility to economic shutdown to drug trials. But a lesser-talked about medical phenomena during this pandemic is that the occurrence of sudden cardiac arrests (SCA) skyrocketed over the past several months. A study published in JAMA Cardiology reported a […]

Introducing the ZOLL AED 3

There are a plethora of conditions in medicine that we can’t cure or lack the knowledge to treat, but sudden cardiac arrest isn’t one of those. We know that proper CPR and shock from an AED are the two most effective ways to save a life after an SCA. The American Heart Association continues to […]