June 28 2018 1 minutes read

You’ll be surprised…

You’ll be surprised…

CONCERNED? Absolutely no reason to be… and we don’t intend to cause anyone, any offence, henceforth.

Defibrillators are designed to be ‘IDIOT PROOF’. A.K.A – AED, or a defib in short.

Does one need defibrillator training? YES and NO.

*YES – training has many benefits*

– To feel supremely confident defibrillator training is HIGHLY recommended.

– Learn best practices, trouble shooting and maintenance, thus ensuring an AED is available and ready for immediate use.

– Training offers make and model specific instructions.

– And of course benefit from CPR training.

*NO – training advised but not necessary*

You see when we say a defibrillator is made ‘IDIOT PROOF’, please allow us to clarify.

Operating an AED in an event of a cardiac arrest is simple. Once removed from its case and powered, the easy to follow voice prompts guide the user. It also instructs correct electrode placements.

DID YOU KNOW? – Utilise an AED with effective CPR improves chances of survival from 6% to 74%.

That’s a significant difference.

Take away point – operating an AED is dead simple. (Excuse the pun).

And if training is required we’ll be glad to help – http://bit.ly/L2AED

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