Tag Archives: Emergency Medical Technician

The Effect of CPR on Bystanders

I was 15 years old, sitting at a restaurant when a man collapsed. He was following the hostess to his seat, fell forward into a table and dropped to his back on the floor. I watched good Samaritans try and help this man. I was frozen in fear, grasping onto my mother and shaking. I […]

AED INFO, Written by Blaire

Hurricane Grammy Hits Paris: No Casualties!

Hurricane Grammy spotted a Zoll AED Plus Defibrillator at the Eiffel Tower! While Hurricane Florence made landfall on the East Coast last weekend, our very own “Hurricane Grammy” took Paris by storm! Paris, France- that is! As a seasoned veteran of the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Industry, Grammy is now retired, but she still knows […]

AED INFO, Written by Leigh

Do I need myAED Program Management?  

  Providing an AED is the first step in preparing for cardiac arrest.  The second step is the maintenance of an AED. The third step is one that is often overlooked but is extremely important: Establishing an AED Program Management System. myAED Program Management  is an all-inclusive digital program that safeguards readiness by maintaining equipment expirations, […]

AED INFO, Written by Leigh

Donation Winner to Spread Awareness and Teach

If you haven’t heard about our AED Donation Program, you NEED to read this! And if you, someone you know, or a place you frequently visit is in need of an AED, this could be your lucky week! AED.us kicked off 2018 with a pledge to donate one Automated External Defibrillator each week. All you […]

AED INFO, Written by Leigh

Our First #HowToSaveALife AED Donation Winner: Lucas Lepri

At AED.us, “our goal is to place Automated External Defibrillators where they will be most effectively utilized, and Our Mission, Our Passion, Our Duty is to forge stronger links into the chain of survival.” As part of our commitment to helping communities become more aware of Sudden Cardiac Arrest, we have started our first annual […]

AED INFO, Written by Leigh

The American Heart Association Changes Their Guidelines For 2019

In 2015, the American Heart Association issued their new guidelines, which included updates for CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) and ECC (Emergency Cardiovascular Care) training courses. Every few years, they will make changes to support new techniques and equipment that prove to increase a victims’ chances of survival during sudden cardiac arrest or an emergency response system. […]

AED INFO, Written by Leigh
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