How To Use An AED Machine
What is an AED Machine
An AED machine also known as an Automated External Defibrillator is a device that is used to deliver a shock to the heart in order to restore normal heart rhythm. It is a portable device that can be used in a variety of settings, including homes, workplaces, and public places. AED machines are designed to be easy to use, and many models include visual and audio instructions to guide users through the process of delivering a shock.
How to use an Automated External Defibrillator
Simply turn on the device and follow the instructions on the screen. The machine will guide you through the process of delivering the shock to the heart. You will need to attach the pads to the person that is in need of aid. Some AEDs will also provide CPR instructions if needed.
An AED Machine is a life-saving device that can be used in a variety of settings. If you suspect that someone is having a heart attack, immediately call 911 and then use an AED Machine it can detect an abnormal heart rhythm or no pulse and then deliver a shock to the heart. This could save the person’s life.
As part of our BLS CPR Certification Classes you will learn how to do this and practice the process of using an AED Machine