Category Archives: AED Safety

Should Best Buy for Business & GeekSquad touch Medical Equipment? A unique perspective.

I read an article this morning in the EPLab Digest that has raised both my eyebrows.  According to Greg Newman (Director of Business Development for Cardiac Science), Cardiac Science has teamed up with Best Buy for Business (BBB) and Geek Squad.  … Continue reading

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Swiss Brothel trains employees to use AEDs-How’s that for caring for your clients!

38 Swiss brothels have now trained their staff in CPR and AED in order to prevent their customers from dying.  Apparently, the older customers were experiencing an alarming number of cardiac arrests, and the trend prompted the owner to install AEDs and train … Continue reading

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FDA Meeting to discuss External Defibrillators

On December 15th and 16th, the FDA held a public discussion/presentation forum on External Defibrillators.  Though I was unable to attend (I was registered, but was called to classes on those days), I have spent the last several days going … Continue reading

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