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Automated External Defibrillation (AED)
Sudden cardiac arrest can strike anyone, anywhere, anytime.
But it doesn't have to result in death. If the heart is shocked quickly with a defibrillator, the victim can survive. The Canadian Red Cross training features instructor led scenarios that allow students the benefit of hands-on skill development.
This program is designed to be generic and adaptable to all AEDs currently available on the Canadian market.
The AED course participants learn the following:
Basic understanding of cardiac function
Importance of early defibrillation
Legal issues associated with AEDs
Skills for using AEDs and respond to all types of cardiac arrest situations
AED maintenance and testing
Scenario-based practice sessions
The AED course is supported by a state-of-the-art and fully illustrated manual.
AED protocols can differ between jurisdictions. We usually follow local protocol or the medical director's direction, whichever is applicable.
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