Which AED is Right For Your Business or Organization? 5 Unique Scenarios & Options to Consider

With so many AED options being available with a variety of different features and functionality, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out which AED is right for your business. We want to help you understand the different features and functionality from all angles. This is why we’ve put together 5 unique scenarios to illustrate… Continue reading Which AED is Right For Your Business or Organization? 5 Unique Scenarios & Options to Consider

EMP Is Excited To Introduce the Defibtech Lifeline ARM

EMP is excited to introduce the Defibtech Lifeline ARM. The Lifeline ARM Automated Chest Compression (ACC) device is used to perform mechanical chest compressions when effective CPR is not possible. Effective cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) requires a high level of excellence in order to have an impact on the survival rate of a cardiac arrest victim.… Continue reading EMP Is Excited To Introduce the Defibtech Lifeline ARM

CPR & AED Awareness Week Is June 1-7, 2015

We’re in the midst of CPR & AED Awareness Week!  What have you done to raise awareness in your community? Cardiac arrest strikes immediately and without warning.  It’s never too late to go over some basics, so let’s review the warning signs and emergency treatment of cardiac arrest. Here are the signs: Sudden loss of… Continue reading CPR & AED Awareness Week Is June 1-7, 2015

National CPR/AED Awareness Week

We’re officially in the midst of National CPR and AED Awareness Week.  Through June 7 Red Cross chapters across the country will conduct CPR/AED classes, demonstrations, and events to raise awareness on the importance of CPR and AED training. Being properly trained and skilled in CPR and knowing how to use an automated external defibrillator… Continue reading National CPR/AED Awareness Week

Cardiocerebral Resuscitation (CCR)

Is it possible to increase the percentage of cardiac arrest patients walking out of a hospital neurologically intact? Of course anything is possible, but according to Jim Keiken, BS, MSM, EMT-P, the way to potentially achieve this goal requires a change in how you perform CPR. The change is called cardiocerebral resuscitation (CCR) and has… Continue reading Cardiocerebral Resuscitation (CCR)