Basic guide to using a defibrillator
Defibrillator Maintenance
Following up from our previous blog post, we provide a more in depth insight into how to care for your defibrillator to make sure it lasts for years to come.
Defibrillators at home
You may not have ever considered getting a defibrillator for your home. You may not even really know what a defibrillator is, much less why you would need one under your own roof. But we explain in our blog why you should consider buying one, and how it could save your life or the life of a loved one one day.
Safeguard your workforce
If the worst should happen in your place of work, and someone suffered a cardiac arrest, would you know what to do?
Defibrillators in gyms
It’s vital that every gym has an onsite AED should you need it, and although you don’t need to be trained to use it, it does help to ensure your staff are familiar with it so that they feel as confident as they possibly can be to step in and save a life if someone suffers a cardiac arrest at the gym.
Semi or automatic defibrillators - which should you choose?
What you need to know before you buy a defibrillator
Why you should make your defibrillator public access
A defibrillator needs to be properly looked after to ensure its kept fully functional and ready to use at the crucial moment you need it. One way to ensure your defibrillator is well looked after is to ensure it’s stored correctly.
How CPR and a defibrillator can save a life
Dean was just 31 years of age and in the midst of preparing for his wedding day when he collapsed at the wheel of his car. His life was saved by the quick-thinking actions of his neighbours, who did CPR on him for 20 minutes while waiting for the emergency services to arrive.
Taking care of your defibrillator
It’s essential that you look after your defibrillator so it’s rescue ready in the event that you need it. Here's a quick guide on how to ensure your defibrillator is always in good working order.