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Automatic External Defilbrillator (AED)

provides audible and visual feedback on depth of chest compression

Automatic External Defilbrillator (AED). The AED Plus now follows the newly recommended compression-to-ventilation ratio of 30 compressions to two breaths. It also allows one defibrillating shock, if needed, followed by a two-minute CPR interval. These enhancements are meant to help rescuers deliver high-quality, effective CPR by delivering more chest compressions while limiting interruptions. A key feature of the AED is that it allows rescuers to see and hear how well they perform the rate and depth of CPR chest compressions by providing visual and audible feedback. According to the 2005 Guidelines of the American Heart Association (AHA), evidence from two clinical studies show that chest compression rate during unprompted CPR is frequently inadequate in both out-of-hospital and in-hospital settings. In addition to assisting during a cardiac arrest event, the AED also captures all critical data during a rescue, including the patient's complete ECG, a readout of the frequency and depth of CPR chest compressions as well as data points showing when defibrillation shocks are given and when audible prompts are communicated to the rescuer. Automatic External Defilbrillator (AED)

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