The Early Access AED Course is a basic introductory course to Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the use of the Automated External Defibrillation (AED) for Citizen Early Defibrillation Programs.
The content is specifically designed for a step-by-step approach to Public Access Defibrillation Programs within a workplace, business, church, mall, or other places where people gather. When teaching this course it is recommended that 1 Instructor to 10-student ratio (2 AED trainers) should be maintained. The guidelines and procedures found within the manual follow Federal/State statutes and guidelines.
The Early Access manual is the product of many lives lost due to not being notified in time when an S.C.A. (Sudden Cardiac Arrest) event occurred and the treatment was delayed greater than 5 minutes.
Many people are unaware that there is a simple step-by-step approach that could save someone’s life. EARLY ACCESS to the emergency medical system, knowing adult CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) or being prepared to direct the EMS personnel as to where the patient is located, increasing the victim’s chance of survival.
Until now there has been an important piece of the step-by-step approach that was unavailable to the public (making one step the weakest link). This new millennium innovation is now on the market and available to the public completing the step-by-step approach of EARLY ACCESS, making the weakest link stronger. It is known as an Automated External Defibrillator or A.E.D.
The goal is for the public to reduce response time in providing the critical treatment for S.C.A. Response time is measured in seconds. It begins at the time of collapse and continues till the first defibrillation.
One thing that is well known about Sudden Cardiac Arrest:
It can happen anywhere, anytime, and to anyone with or without warning. Early Access to Automated External Defibrillator is the key to saving lives!
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