Written by Blaire

AED.US Scholarship Winner, Adam Chismar

Adam Chismar, a high school senior in Canton, Michigan, has been named the recipient of the AED.US Scholarship.  Adam was chosen by Coro Medical, home of AED.US, to receive a $1,500 scholarship. Adam is following his passion and pursuing a career in Business Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University.  We asked students to interview an AED [...]
Newsletter, Scholarship, Written by Blaire

The Importance of CPR Training at the Workplace

Here at AED.US, we are committed to forging stronger links in the chain of survival. We talk constantly about the importance of empowering bystanders to initiate the rescue process. Now we’re going to make a case for why all employers should provide First Aid and CPR training to their employees.  First, and most importantly, CPR [...]
CPR, Written by Blaire

AED.US: Your One-Stop-Shop For AED Resources

At AED.us, we are committed to forging stronger links in the chain of survival. That means making AEDs, training resources, and knowledge as accessible as possible. We want to share some of our favorite resources with you today so you can start learning and help us protect heart health! myAED Program Management  When you purchase [...]
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Prepare for the Unexpected this 4th of July

We’re all excited for a “normal” Independence Day - with family, food, and fireworks, many Americans are gearing up for a fun and exciting weekend. But it’s important to celebrate safely: every year around the 4th of July, we see a spike in accidents and ER visits.  During the two weeks surrounding the 4th of [...]
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All About our Encore Series AEDs

When you purchase a defibrillator, there are many decisions to make: which brand? Which model? Automatic or manual? New or refurbished? Luckily, experts at AED.US are more than happy to provide you with all of the information that you need to get the defibrillator that’s right for you. In this post, we want to educate [...]
AED INFO, Written by Blaire

CPR & AED Awareness Week

This week is CPR and AED Awareness Week. In 2007, the American Heart Association (AHA), the American Red Cross and the National Safety Council worked together to create CPR and AED Awareness Week. Congress unanimously agreed and designated June 1-7 each year to CPR and AED Awareness Week to focus on the importance of knowing [...]
AED INFO, CPR, Written by Blaire

AED Pad Placement Guide

This this blog, we’re going to discuss pad placement: why it’s important, the right way to do it, and common mistakes that people make when using AEDs.  As we discussed in our previous post, AEDs are used when somebody has a sudden cardiac arrest. AEDs are designed so that anybody - regardless of medical training [...]
AED INFO, Written by Blaire