Is Having 1 AED Defibrillator Enough?

AED Defibrillator

A.E.D. stands for Automated External Defibrillator.  These are the small, easy-to-use devices designed for public use to save the life of a Sudden Cardiac Arrest death.  Those “in the know” about AEDs have learned that Cardiac Arrest is different from a common heart attack and that about 1,000 people die each day from SCA in the USA. Organizations like businesses, … Read More

Where to buy AEDs and do you need a service agreement?

AED Buyer's Guide Online Form

You’d like to protect lives at your organization with AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) and that’s a smart decision.  AEDs are simple to use, they tell you what to do, show you what to do and only deliver a shock if the victim is indeed experiencing a cardiac arrest. Where is best to buy these AEDs from?  We encourage you to … Read More

Coaching Rescuers through the Daunting Task of CPR


We learn about AEDs when we take CPR classes and effective delivery of CPR compressions is essential in a rescue of a sudden cardiac arrest victim. Why then don’t AEDs give better prompting for CPR once a shock is delivered? Well, they do. Effective CPR Now in Your Hands Introducing Intellisense™ CPR Feedback Performing effective CPR is crucial during a … Read More

The Lifesaving Importance of Learning About CPR and AEDs.

If you’ve already purchased or done research about automated external defibrillators (AEDs), then you probably already know they’re easy to use during a cardiac emergency. Voice guided prompts ease the rescuer through the step-by-step process to save a life using the AED. Though the operation of these medical devices is fairly straightforward, we are often asked why training is required. … Read More

CPR Coaching Prompts and Public Defibrillators

LifeLine AED

Public Defibrillators are becoming more and more common in communities, gyms, workplaces and anywhere that people gather.  AEDs or Automated External Defibrillators are an integral part of Chain of Survival. The Chain of Survival includes the following steps: Early access to get help Early CPR to buy time Early defibrillation to restart the heart Early ALCS to stabilize It’s all … Read More