The Philips HeartStart AED brand of life-saving devices is one that has been adopted by corporations, communities, first responders, and schools all over the U.S and throughout the World. The HeartStart OnSite which is also known as the HS1 is
Buying AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) is a sometimes difficult task as all consumers love getting value and a great deal but at the same time they must weigh that these are life-saving devices. Here are a few general considerations to
If you’ve worked as a first responder for a Fire Department, EMS Agency, or Volunteer Fire Department you know and trust the name LIFEPAK. With a lengthy lineage of LIFEPAK monitor defibrillators this brand remains the most popular choice in
The Samaritan PAD is a Public Access Defibrillator and this small and lightweight brand of life-saving devices are gaining popularity. HeartSine is Ireland-based and their technology is appealing to corporations, government, law enforcement and even the home and outdoors markets.
You’ve made the intelligent decision to protect lives with AEDs at your place of business or organization and perhaps you even have the brand and type of public defibrillator figured out. But, what about the other accessories that might help
The Philips HeartStart OnSite AED has become hugely popular both in the U.S. market and also around the World. The OnSite incorporates ease-of-use, intuitive prompts, great reliability and general affordability. The OnSite AED is blue in color but is typically
It’s well established that young Americans are at alarming risk to Sudden Cardiac Arrest with approximately 7,000 deaths of school age children each year in the U.S. These very tragic and most sudden losses occur in athletics, on the
SCA (Sudden Cardiac Arrest) is the leading cause of death in the United States. It strikes people of all ages and fitness levels. When SCA strikes the one factor effecting survival more than any other is the timely application of
AEDs are Automated External Defibrillators and they are designed for public use, in other words you can save a life with one.
Here’s a task for you that could add to your awareness of where public defibrillators are and aren’t, and
2015 is upon us and it is our hope that it’s a wonderfully productive and rewarding year for your organization, and a safe one too! January is a perfect month to look at your safety protocols and procedures to ensure