It’s A SignRead more
Your company has purchased AEDs, ,you’ve trained staff, but does anyone know where the defibrillators are located? Show off this life-saving program you just implemented! Seconds count in a cardiac emergency.
Deciding Who to TrainRead more
For NYC Public schools, care should be taken when selecting the staff members who will complete the CPR/AED training and will become members of the building response team. A CPR/AED responder needs to be available whenever a medical emergency occurs in the school and code blue alert is called.
Recognizing Heart Attack SymptomsRead more
Heart Disease is the leading cause of death for adults in the united states, with 614,348 in 2017. Is this what you think of when you think of what a heart attack looks like?
Ready for AnythingRead more
A cardiac emergency rarely happens at a convenient time in a convenient place when you, the trained responder, are in a clear and responsive frame of mind. Combine this unpredictability with the fact that the office AED may have become familiar red and white décor (like the un-watered plant near reception) practically disappearing from your field of vision and, therefore, your awareness.