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Eight Keys to a Successful AED Program

November 3, 2017

A properly trained officer with an automated external defibrillator can save a life, but only if an agency commits to fielding AEDs.

Off-Duty NY Deputy Revives Unconscious Man at Gym

August 4, 2017
An off-duty officer in upstate New York is being praised for saving a man who collapsed while exercising at a gym.

FOP Gives Defibrillators to Wyoming Highway Patrol

April 24, 2017
Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers will now have access to two defibrillators when responding to emergency calls thanks to a donation from the Wyoming Fraternal Order of Police.

Massachusetts PD Receives Safety Grant from the Spirit of Blue Foundation

March 11, 2016
The Spirit of Blue Foundation announced that it has awarded a Safety Equipment Grant to the Lanesborough (MA) Police Department in the form of Automated External Defibrillators to be carried in the Department's patrol cars.

Officers Can Learn More About AEDs in Cardiac Science's Free Webinar

February 24, 2015
The webinar will be led by Sgt. Scott Simon, a Nevada state trooper for 25 years, who made life-saving AEDs a priority in his department and outfitted 210 patrol vehicles with AEDs.

Video: Arizona Campus Officer Saves Student's Life

October 23, 2014
A casual game of volleyball almost proved deadly for an Arizona State University student when he suddenly grabbed his chest and collapsed right there on the court. His friends called for help and the first person on the scene was an ASU police officer who's now being credited for saving that student's life with a defibrillator.

Calif. Campus Officer Revives Soccer Player

September 10, 2013
California State University, Sacramento Police Officer Thelma Matthews is being credited with saving the life of a 47-year-old who was playing soccer in an adult league on Monday.

4 Useful Law Enforcement Apps

June 10, 2013
As smartphones and other mobile devices become more prevalent in law enforcement, officers search for reference apps that quickly bring actionable information to the field.

Emergency Oxygen Unit

September 30, 2012
Life Corp.'s Life StartSystem AED and emergency oxygen unit weighs only 8 pounds and is smaller than a briefcase at 12x12x3 inches.

Philips Electronics HeartStart FRx Defibrillator

June 1, 2005
Philips Electronics’ HeartStart FRx Automated External Defibrillator recently received FDA clearance for its improved design. The rugged AED still gives operators step-by-step instructions for treating sudden cardiac arrest. Now, the device can also handle wireless data transfer to a palmOne PDA to enhance useability. Also new are preconnected smart pads that can be used to treat all patients.

How to...Acquire AEDs

January 1, 2003

Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) now come in portable versions that can be carried in patrol cars and used to shock a person's heart into beating again. Although ambulances are equipped with these devices, you, as a first responder, will probably get to a person suffering from Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) before EMTs can respond. And certainly before the patient can get to a hospital with a crash cart.

ZOLL Medical AED Plus

August 1, 2002
ZOLL's AED Plus is the first automated external defibrillator to feature a combination of simple, step-by-step illustrations and audio coaching.
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