AED

AEDs are critical instruments in assisting patients suffering cardiac arrest. While procedures for working with specific AEDs can vary greatly, there are many standard operating requirements in effect that must be followed. These requirements, along with the right equipment and proper training (which includes in CPR training as a prerequisite) are all designed to ensure give patients the treatment they need. Meet your facility's AED requirements with the best options available at Seton.Supply your facility with the equipment for dealing with cardiac arrests

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Cardiovascular disease is currently one of the leading causes of death in the United States. During the onset of cardiac arrest, a faulty electrical signal occurs in the heart. Also known as arrhythmia, this leads to the typical symptoms of cardiac arrest, which include severe chest pain and/or loss of consciousness. The AED helps the patient by restoring the heart's electrical signals, thereby averting serious incapacitation or even death. Today, more and more facilities are include AEDs as part of their workplace safety equipment. Choose the best AED for your needs from Setons selection today.