Tag Archives: HeartSine

Q&A with Blaire and Leigh: ENCORE! ENCORE! – REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE TO SAVE A LIFE

This week we are discussing the major differences between our Recertified, or Encore Series AEDs, and brand-new AEDs, along with answering some of the most popular questions we receive from our customers. Leigh: AED.us has always carried a line of what we like to call Encore Series AEDs. “Encore” means to give a repeat performance, […]

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Q&A with Blaire and Leigh: HeartSine Samaritan PAD

Blaire and Leigh are discussing the features and benefits of the HeartSine Samaritan PAD 350P/360P and 450P. We have taken some of our most common questions from customer conversations to highlight the most important facts about owning one of these Automated External Defibrillators.   Leigh: Blaire, after over 7 years of working with every brand of […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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Chain, Chain, Chain

The chain of survival- It’s only as strong as it’s weakest link and the clock is ticking. What bystanders can do to help save a life: Sudden Cardiac Arrest is a sudden and unexpected pulseless condition that strikes almost 400,000 people annually in out-of-hospital settings.  Many of these lives can be saved when the Chain […]

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