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Aed Signs

AED signs keep people alive people by showing where the defibrillator is located

AED signs help people find where this device is located, potentially saving the life of the person going into cardiac arrest. Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) are used to treat cardiac arrhythmias of ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia in patients. Basically, that means that these handy devices can help you if your heart is not pumping at a proper rhythm. Interestingly enough, while it is best used by someone with medical training, in an emergency, it can also be used by people who do not have such training, making it a must have in public places, facilities, and office spaces.  When combined with proper training, you can minimize if not entirely eliminate potential deaths from the aforementioned conditions with the help of these AED wall signs.

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  • 3-Way View AED Sign - Do Not Block

    Starting at $18.00
  • 1-Way View AED Sign - Do Not Block

    Starting at $26.75
  • AED - AED Sign

    Starting at $8.10
  • AED with Arrow Tri View Sign

    Starting at $27.99
  • AED Tri View Sign

    Starting at $32.99
  • AED V-Style Sign

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AED signs save cardiac arrest victims from death

When someone near you suffers from cardiac arrest, what do you do? Sadly majority of the population does not know how to save that person. Thankfully, the creation of the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) allows people, even untrained individuals, to provide these people with treatment until more qualified personnel arrive to take over. AED signs show where the devices are stored so that people can find it when they need it. When combined with proper training, each of your employees will be ready to respond to an emergency if it happens.

Proper placement and use of AED signs

Expect people to be looking for these AED signs in an emergency so it is important to place these in a highly visible place, close to where the AEDs are stored. Be sure to pick the appropriate safety sign to maximize visibility as well, such as 2-way signs, 3 way signs, and even some with graphics on them. If you expect the area to be rather dark or if power outages are common, be sure to get the luminous variant of the sign. Aside from that, be sure to mount it securely so it doesn’t fall off.

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