AED legislation, awareness increases foundation’s reach in New Jersey

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Back in March 2014; police in Newton, N.J., responded to a report than a man had been found in a high-rise apartment building, unconscious and with no pulse. The person who reported the incident began CPR, and officers arrived to take over within two minutes. They continued CPR and then pulled out their AED. The […]

LifeSave program promotes training, AEDs, in Springfield, Missouri

AED Solutions at Ozarks Technical Community College

The entire city of Springfield, Missouri, is focused on reducing death from cardiac arrest – and they’re showing it by recognizing organizations that provide CPR training to employees and have at least one automatic external defibrillator (AED) on the premises. The “50/50 Springfield LifeSave” initiative will also recognize organizations that have either 50 percent of […]

Cardiac Science AED units in use at the 2014 U.S. Open Championships

Moore County AEDs

When the best golf players in the world tee up at next month’s men’s and women’s U.S. Open, Cardiac Science will be on duty alongside Moore County paramedics. The arrival of crowds this size is a considerable public safety challenge for any community but Moore County is ready and well equipped: The county has won […]

Texas teacher saved by nurse with school AED

Cardiac Science AED Specialist Mark Deener with Eagle Heights Emergency Response Team.

A teacher was working with students in her classroom at Eagle Heights Elementary School in Azle, Texas, (northwest of Fort Worth) — when suddenly she collapsed. What happened next was a textbook example of planning, training, and preparedness: The substitute teacher assisting in the classroom summoned help, and soon Eagle Heights staff were calling 911 […]