Tag Archives: AEDs

Co-workers, Powerheart® G5 AED Help Save CM Tucker Lumber Employee

Rollings with Powerheart G5 AED

The folks at CM Tucker Lumber in Pageland, S.C., made an investment in an automated external defibrillator (AED) program 11 years ago. Back in November, that decision paid off handsomely when employees used one of the company’s new Powerheart® G5 AEDs to save a co-worker’s life. Bobby Rollings, a grader at the lumber company, was […]

AED donations honor young ballplayer Dylan Williams

At the 3rd annual Dylan Williams Memorial Baseball invitational in Union City, Ind., three teams and their communities won big. 12U Versailles, 10U Dylan’s Dawgs, and 8U Versailles, the winning teams in the three participating age brackets, each received a Cardiac Science Powerheart® G3 Plus automatic external defibrillator (AED) from the Dylan Williams Forever an […]

Stony Brook University CPR training event attracts 1,000 participants to help battle SCA

Cardiac Science sponsored a major CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation) training event Sept. 7 at Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, NY. The event, organized by Stony Brook Medicine, drew nearly 1,000 participants to the school’s LaValle Stadium. The chance of someone surviving sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is tripled when hands-only CPR is administered quickly and effectively […]

AEDs Donated In Honor of 8-Year-Old Baseball Player

An automated external defibrillator (AED) has been donated to a local baseball park located in Union City, Indiana, in honor of 8-year-old, Dylan Williams, who died during practice for an all-star game when he was hit by a baseball.  An AED was not available when the accident occurred. However, had an AED been available, it may have made a […]

How a health club’s AEDs saved 100 lives

David Lloyd Leisure’s health clubs do business throughout Europe; the company has 80 sites in the UK alone. With more than 440,000 members the company gets 25 million club visits a year. Since 1998, the David Lloyd Leisure staff has used AEDs to save the lives of more than 100 people. There’s no legal requirement […]