Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) can happen to anyone, at any time, anywhere without warning. For the greatest chance of survival from the most common cause of SCA, immediate CPR and a shock from a defibrillator must be delivered within the first few minutes of collapse. Don't be affraid to use an AED and perform chest compressions on someone who suddenly collapses, is unresponsive, and not breathing normally. It could save their life. AED's are now available for private in-home use. Contact us to learn more about these life-saving devices.
We have negotiated special discounted prices for organizations to purchase an AED. Purchasing an AED through our company includes on-site setup and training for your staff and employees along with our "How to Save a Life"(TM) training program. AED packages are as low as $1,250.00 which includes customized training for your organization. Contact us if you are interested in this special pricing available to individuals, businesses, churches, schools and most organizations.
AEDs are designed for the ordinary person and should be used when someone suddenly collapses, is not breathing normally, and is unresponsive. It can be a lifesaving device used in these extraordinary moments.
Rapid initiation of CPR is critical to help someone survive sudden cardiac arrest. Time is of the essence during Sudden Cardiac Arrest and more people can survive with a bystander, family member or co-worker initiating CPR and utilizing an AED immediately when someone suddenly collapses unconcsious and unresponsive. Hands-Only CPR is an option for those not knowing how to perform CPR with ventilations.
The bottom line is: Everyone should know CPR!
Click the picture below to see how to perform Hands-Only CPR.
Hands-Only CPR is a two-step technique that involves calling 911 and pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest until help arrives.
Each year in the U.S., EMS treats nearly 300,000 people who suffer cardiac arrest at homes, at work or in public locations.
Providing CPR to an adult who has collapsed from sudden cardiac arrest can more than double that person's chance of survival.
Studies of real emergencies that have occurred in homes, at work or in public locations, show that Hands-Only CPR, can be as effective as conventional CPR.
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