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AEDs and CPR: A Powerful Duo in Life-Saving Techniques

AEDs and CPR

When it comes to saving lives during emergencies, the combination of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a powerful duo. These life-saving techniques work hand in hand to increase the chances of survival for individuals experiencing sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). In this blog post, we’ll explore the critical role of AEDs and […]

Myths & Saving Lives: What You Need to Know About Using an AED


Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) have revolutionized emergency response, particularly in cases of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). These portable devices are designed to deliver an electric shock to the heart, restoring its normal rhythm. Despite their life-saving potential, myths and misconceptions surrounding AEDs persist, potentially deterring people from using them effectively in critical situations. In this […]

What Are the Key Differences Between Infant, Child, and Adult CPR?

Do you know how CPR is different for babies, kids, and grown-ups? The American Heart Association (AHA) studies CPR for different age groups and updates their recommendations over time. In this post, we will talk about the important differences, like when to call 911, when to use rescue breaths, and more. It’s best to take […]

AED Care, Upkeep, and Maintenance Checklist | AED Solutions

AED Care The first step in taking care of your AEDs is to store them in a safe and accessible location. You should follow the manufacturer’s guidelines on the optimal temperature, humidity, and pressure conditions for your AEDs. Avoid exposing your AEDs to extreme heat, cold, moisture, or direct sunlight, as these can damage the […]

Comprehensive Guide to Agonal Breathing

Agonal Breathing Definition Agonal breathing, also known as agonal respirations, refers to a type of breathing that is not sufficient and may sound like snoring, snorting, gasping, or struggling to breathe. When someone is experiencing agonal breathing, they may seem like they are choking or making involuntary gasping sounds. Agonal breathing is not normal breathing […]