AED Superstore

In 2013, AED Superstore introduced you to AED advocate Cher Will, project director for the St Croix Foundation…

Having an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) nearby to treat a state park visitor experiencing SCA offers peace of mind to visitors and park staff alike.

With Intellisense CPR Feedback from Cardiac Science, providing effective CPR compressions is now within reach.

Over 760 college-bound seniors from across the country submitted personal stories, videos, and hand-made posters and brochures to encourage awareness around the importance of AEDs…

Taking care of our local emergency response teams is important to everyone here at AED Superstore.

May 15-21, 2016, is National EMS Week! This week, take a moment to celebrate your local heroes…

In February, two central Wisconsin fire departments, Wausau and Stevens Point, issued a friendly challenge to see which department could train the most participants in hands-only CPR

“What would you say if a campground owner came to you and told you they were considering purchasing an AED?”

Last December we blogged about a good cause which helps the American Heart Association raise awareness of heart disease and congenital heart defects in newborns. The “Little Hats, Big Hearts™” program…

In recent years, much attention has been given to the upswing in people suffering from allergic reactions to various substances. At the forefront are allergies to foods like peanuts and other nuts, strawberries, shellfish, bee stings, and many more too numerous to mention here. With so many experiencing unintended reactions, like anaphylaxis, there is a definite need to be proactive with our response to these potentially life-threatening events. Many schools have taken the approach of keeping antiallergenics close at hand in the event of an allergic reaction by a student during school hours. To facilitate the storage and access of …

A new study by the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation, in collaboration with StrataVerve, reveals that although sudden cardiac arrest is the third leading cause of death in the U.S., it is not on the general public’s radar. Researchers call for development of a clear, uniform, consumer-friendly definition of sudden cardiac arrest, emphasizing its urgency and distinguishing it from heart attack. Consumers do not consider sudden cardiac arrest to be a major health concern, although it is the third leading cause of death in the U.S. Once people understand the definition of sudden cardiac arrest, they are highly motivated to learn …

Here at AED Superstore, we are serious when it comes to matters of the heart. We are also huge fans of smiling, especially when there’s a good cause to smile for. February 5th is National Wear Red Day for Women, a day when you can show your support for women’s heart health by wearing something red. You don’t have to be a woman to get involved. By wearing something red you acknowledge and endorse the cause of heart health for your wife, mother, sister, daughter, friend, neighbor, relative, and women everywhere. Heart disease is the number one cause of death …

Go to AED Superstore’s home page  – what do you see? Today, there are fifteen different AEDs from six different manufacturers. All AEDs function in the same manner: turn the device on, follow the instructions to place the electrode pads on the patient, let the machine analyze the patient, and then deliver the shock, if needed. What could be more simple and why so many choices? What makes one AED different from another? This Product Focus blog series will help answer these questions.                          You want an AED for …

In the spirit of the holiday season, AED Superstore owners, management, and employees decided to “pay it forward” and put together an in-house donation drive for a local domestic abuse shelter. The facility, Tri-County Council Lily’s House, is new to our area and is in need of anything and everything. We at AED Superstore are proud to give aid and support to worthy causes in our neighborhood and elsewhere. It is always a good time to help those in need, especially at this time of year!

Are you a fitness fanatic, regular runner, journeyman jogger, or even just into casual calisthenics? Perhaps you’re a pilot, or a mountain climber, or maybe you just want to occasionally observe your blood oxygen level? We’ve got just what you need! Introducing the innovative iOximeter! It’s a pulse oximeter which operates through the headphone jack of your smartphone, and it’s so simple to set-up and use. Download the free app from the App Store or Google Play, plug the iOximeter into the headphone jack on your phone, place the sensor on IOX1your finger, and read the display right on your …

Go to AED Superstore’s home page  – what do you see? Today, there are fifteen different AEDs from six different manufacturers. All AEDs function in the same manner: turn the device on, follow the instructions to place the electrode pads on the patient, let the machine analyze the patient, and then deliver the shock, if needed. What could be more simple and why so many choices? What makes one AED different from another? This Product Focus blog series will help answer these questions. If you’re looking for simplicity, ruggedness, and reliability in an AED, you’ll want to start with the …

Go to AED Superstore’s home page  – what do you see? Today, there are fifteen different AEDs from six different manufacturers. All AEDs function in the same manner: turn the device on, follow the instructions to place the electrode pads on the patient, let the machine analyze the patient, and then deliver the shock, if needed. What could be more simple and why so many choices? What makes one AED different from another? This Product Focus blog series will help answer these questions. All AEDs analyze heart rhythms and are capable of delivering a shock, either manually or automatically. Most …