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Early Access to Automated External Defibrillators

eBook (PDF), 98 Pages
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Early Access to Automated External Defibrillators is a step-by-step program on how to construct and maintain a Public Access Defibrillation Program for your Church, Business, or outdoor event. The AED is new technology that can be used by the public to save a life. If this device is applied within 4 minutes or less it could increase survival rate to 89%. In less than 2 minutes, increases possibility to 98%. Seconds count in Sudden Cardiac Arrest. For each minute you are down in full arrest you loose 10% of your life. The only thing that can save your life is an electrical shock from an AED. After 4 minutes you slide into physical death, chances of survival decrease. This manual shows you how to obtain Medical Direction for your program and Calculation formulas to decide your response time and number of AED's to place. The author of this manual has actual experienced using these devices in the public setting with great success. For more information go to www.aedmeddirect.com
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Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Lulu.com
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
98
File Format
PDF
File Size
8.25 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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