Ready for Anything

Publisher: Emergency Skills

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Ready for Anything

A cardiac emergency rarely happens at a convenient time in a convenient place when you, the trained responder, are in a clear and responsive frame of mind. Combine this unpredictability with the fact that the office AED may have become familiar red and white décor (like the un-watered plant near reception) practically disappearing from your field of vision and, therefore, your awareness.