Sudden Cardiac Arrest

It’s tick season again, and for those living in areas known for harboring large numbers of these little suckers, the risk of Lyme and other tick-borne illnesses becomes part of daily life.

“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.

Tech has taken over our lives. Where would we be without our phone which is also our entertainment system, camera, calendar, contacts, remote control, social center, and (sometimes)…phone?

Whether you lean to the left and you feel that little vein in your forehead start to throb every time you see a news story about another white house decision, or you lean more to the right and feel like you are constantly on the defensive about our 45th president

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

The lakes are warming up and for those living where fresh-water boating and swimming are favorite summer activities…

If you call 911 and an ambulance arrives, are you obligated to ride in the ambulance? That depends on circumstances. Learn what your rights are when it comes to emergency transportation.

AED Superstore was pleased to donate a ZOLL AED Plus unit…

Simon’s Fund, a nonprofit raising awareness about sudden cardiac arrest and death in youth athletes, teamed up with five local Philadelphia university men’s basketball teams and AED Superstore to donate AED devices

In the case of basketball players, there are a range of conditions which lead them to be more susceptible to sudden cardiac arrest at a young age both on and off the court.

A three-sport athlete most of his life, Michael had only had minor signs there may be a problem – shortness of breath on occasion, and some fatigue beyond what should have been the norm.

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.

Everyone at an emergency scene has a role to play. Some are specific to job duties, others may be circumstantial. All are critical to the survival of the victims involved.

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

The main focus of American Heart Month is preventing Heart Disease – the leading cause of death in the United States – and that’s fantastic. Heart disease can lead to a myriad of complications and lifelong life-threatening illnesses. It can also lead to heart attacks and, ultimately, sudden cardiac arrest. There are many great articles out there which address heart disease prevention, offering tips, advice, and ways to breach the subject with loved ones you may be concerned about. A simple Google search for “preventing heart disease” will take you to a list of credible, authoritative sites. We highly recommend …