Consider this – in the event of cardiac arrest, every minute that goes by decreases the chance of survival by ten percent. A fast response may, in fact, mean the difference between life and death!
Automated External Defibrillators (AED) can detect the abnormal heart rate that results from a cardiac arrest, and determine if an electrical shock to the victim will help get the person’s heart beating in a normal manner. This AED shock, used in conjunction with CPR when possible, can keep a victim alive until professional first aid help arrives. That’s why OSHA – AED: Effective Use in an Emergency* is designed to raise awareness that AED can help save lives.
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*Manager version is available.
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