December 21, 2020
According to In the United States more than 350,000 cardiac attest happen outside of a hospital setting. Unfortunately, 90 percent of these cardiac arrest victims will die.
An AED attaches to the chest of the victim where it analyses abnormal heart arrhythmias rhythms such as Ventricular Fibrillation or Ventricular Tachycardia. Automatically the AED will decipher the amount of shock need to regulate a victim’s arrhythmias and will tell the user to deliver an electrical shock of 150 to 360 joules. This shock is intended to transform the heart’s electrical impulses back to a regular 60 to 100 bpm sinus rhythm.
In a medical emergency an AED will exponentially raise a victim’s chance of survival and therefore it is essential that rescuers have the skills to operate an AED. CPR of America is proud to provide American Heart Association AED courses to the general public and businesses throughout Massachusetts. We also have also formed a partnership with ZOLL, which allow us to provide our customers with the guaranteed lowest prices for AEDs. Call us today 781-854-8015 or fill out our contact page. to order an AED today! We will discuss the variety of models, features and we will be able to provide you with an instant quote over the phone that adheres to your specific budget