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“I wish more people knew SCA affects roughly 16 people under the age of 18 every day”.

At AED Superstore, we are always looking for ways to help communities place more AEDs where they can do the most good.

Places of worship are often a community hub. Members encompass a wide range of ages, professions, ethnicities, social classes, and health.

Wes Wagoner, a five-year veteran customer service representative at AED Superstore, recently decided to become a volunteer EMT for his hometown Fire and Rescue Department

The Chain of Survival has been established as the ideal scenario to give sudden cardiac arrest victims the best chance at survival.

If the only thing holding you back from purchasing an AED for your business is the concern over a potential lawsuit, tune in to eHealth Radio

Lights, sirens, action! The life of an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) can be exciting, exhausting, and fulfilling.

Warehouse stores and supermarkets see high traffic levels during most times of the year, but around the holidays…

On November 2, 2013, a vibrant 19‐year‐old Mechanicsburg, PA girl passed away without warning…

It happens all the time on TV medical dramas – “You’ve had a heart attack, Mr. Phemopolis, and the tests show you are going to need quadruple bypass surgery,” says the stern-faced doctor…

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

A true story about how a sidelined athlete decided to go for the save.

Let’s go room by room and look at the ways you can ensure your kids are safer, despite your attention being elsewhere from time to time.

Maybe you have seen the stories on your local news – “Man, woman, child, saved by quick-thinking bystanders who performed CPR and used an Automated External Defibrillator to save them after they went into sudden cardiac arrest.”

After several days in the terrible 70 degree sunny weather of San Diego, California – AED Superstore is happy to report the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update Conference (ECCU) as a wonderful success! The conference showcased the latest science, concepts, ideas and strategies to improve performance, teaching methodology and community response to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). The ECCU, being the only conference to bring all members of the cardiac chain of survival together, allowed AED Superstore to delve into new concepts including the 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines. One of AED Superstore’s very own medical directors, Dr. Joanne Dames, was also …

On December 10, 2016, an estimated 1,000 people will march through the streets of San Diego to support the “Citizen CPR Foundation’s CPR Saves Lives March”. The march will take place during the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update (ECCU) conference taking place in San Diego this week. The intent of the march is to bring awareness to the hundreds of thousands of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) victims who could be saved each year if communities would focus on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training for citizens, improved cardiac care systems, and by implementing more automated external defibrillator (AED) programs. Expected to join the …

Just outside the Twin Cities in Bloomington, Minnesota, the Mall of America (MOA) attracts over 40 million visitors each year. Families, vacationers and locals alike visit every year to enjoy window shopping without a care in the world. This sense of security is enabled by a superior security and safety department devoted to ensuring protecting the public. It’s not always a petty crime or lost child that comes over the department’s radio. There are times where America’s number one killer, sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), challenges the team. In early 2000, in consideration of over 40 million visitors every year, the …