AED Defibrillators, Automated External Defibrillators

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A simple device like the Access AED can save the life of a loved one or colleague if used immediately. There is never enough time to be wrong about not having one on your boat, RV or at your place of business. With the low cost program that is now available it makes sense to send for information today!

Automated External Defibrillators WILL save a life,

AED Institute Newsletter Starting September 2004

Starting September 2004 we are going to be presenting a newsletter to keep our members up to date on the latest events. The newsletter will also contain the latest American Heart Association guidelines and information as well as tips on how to keep your Public Access Defibrillation Program up to date. Click on this link to view the newsletter in PDF form.

Establishing a Pubic Access Defibrillation (PAD) Program

AED Institute along with the American Heart Association encourage you and your organization to start a PAD Program of your own. Once a PAD program has been established in your facility or home, it's important to make sure that anyone regularly on the premises knows about the program. They also need to know how to alert the trained rescuers in the event of a cardiac emergency.

PAD Program information should be communicated to your organization members through on-site meetings. This allows the AED to be demonstrated, the program to be explained and emergency action to be taken by untrained Good Samaritans. To visit the PAD Program page enter here! 

The Cardiac Arrest Survival Act (CASA) was part of the Public Health Improvement Act signed into law in November 2000. The law directs placing automated external defibrillators (AED's) in federal buildings and provides nationwide Good Samaritan protection that exempts from liability anyone who renders emergency treatment with a defibrillator to save someone's life.

Sudden Cardiac Arrest is a term used to describe when the heart has stopped beating effectively. It is usually caused by an abnormal heart rhythm problem called Ventricular Fibrillation.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest is the leading cause of death in the United States. 1,000 people a day or as many as 350,000 people a year die from this event. Half of these events will be experienced outside of the hospital.

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