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  A successful program requires more than just purchasing any AED and placing it within your facility. It entails selecting the right AED as all AEDs are NOT created equally, developing policies and procedures, having the appropriate number of personnel properly trained, conducting an assessment of each location to ensure a three to five minute […]

Where is your AED… check your smartphone!

Obviously, knowing how to use an AED properly is important, and most devices now include written or even audio instructions. However, none of  this is of any use if a potential rescuer cannot locate the device, or if it’s stored too far away to be useful. Here is a study that could potentially save thousands […]

Framingham Woman Survives Heart Scare Thanks To ‘Guardian Angels’

By Paul Burton, WBZ-TV | Original Article WOBURN (CBS) – Andrea Cronin of Framingham says she has a lot to be thankful for this Easter. “How to do you say thank you to someone for saving your life,” she cried. Just last month, the 46-year-old almost died after collapsing inside the bathroom of a Woburn […]

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Brittan Sutphin was a 16-year-old multisport athlete at a Colorado high school when she almost died during a routine swim practice. Sutphin hadn’t completed one 50-meter lap when she lost consciousness and sunk to the bottom of the pool. She suffered sudden cardiac arrest and almost drowned. A quick-thinking teammate saw Sutphin go under and […]

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“Wherever you’ve got someone who knows CPR and an AED on site, the odds of survival go up.”

Electrical shock brought counselor back into rhythm By  Lauren Hepler THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH Sunday January 29, 2012 5:49 AM view the original article For a while, Dec. 15 was like any other day for Robbin Goods. The violence-prevention educator with the nonprofit Community for New Direction was working with students at Ohio Avenue Elementary School […]

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