Powerheart® G5 AEDs have been rolled out across England’s 1900 miles of motorway with Highways England traffic officers now equipped with state-of-the-art defibrillators.
The Association of Ambulance Chiefs is calling for all major hotel chains to install defibrillators in all their hotels after a newly installed defibrillator at a Premier Inn saved a life on the first day of 2020 – just days after its installation.
Cardiac Science has donated £2000 to a Community First Responder (CFR), and champion of defibrillators, as he embarks on the trek of a lifetime for a leading children’s charity. The company is sponsoring Martin Ford, a volunteer CFR with the East of England Ambulance service crew in Colchester, who is climbing Kilimanjaro between 11th -20th […]
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As of 31st January 2019, the American Heart Association (AHA) will require the use of an instrumented feedback device or manikin in all AHA adult CPR training courses. This means that there needs to be a device or manikin that provides either audio or visual feedback (or both) on the rate and depth of compressions […]
A Stansted Airport employee has been recognised by the region’s ambulance service for being part of a milestone in its bid to train thousands of people in first aid.
Leading manufacturers of automatic external defibrillators Cardiac Science has expanded its sales team in the South and East of the country. David Jones, 46, from Claydon in Suffolk, will be looking after areas of the UK covered by three ambulance services – East of England, East Midlands and South East Coast. He will be tasked […]
Bramhall Cricket Club in Cheshire has been the lucky recipient of a defibrillator, donated by AED based manufacturers Cardiac Science.
Brown Bear Nursery in Bredbury has been the first in the country to be awarded an ‘In Safe Hands Award’ accreditation from the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB).
Northumberland’s main aerodrome in Eshott, near Morpeth, has had an automatic external defibrillator (AED) installed after several heart scares among older users of the airfield. While none were fatal the incidents have sparked action among flying enthusiasts who decided the time had come to get some protection in place.
Just six months after an AED (automated external defibrillator) was installed at Hillingdon Athletic Club in Ruislip it was used to save a life.
A scheme run by North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) – Cardiac Smart – has helped deliver a community AED (automated external defibrillator) to the Stockport suburb of Cheadle Hulme.