Emergency Care

You’re first on the scene. Are you first with an AED?

Make sure you’re prepared for cardiac arrest — even before EMS arrives.

Three questions you must ask when choosing an AED

  1. The public relies on you to serve and protect. Are you armed with the technology you need to respond to cardiac arrest within your community?
  2. In law enforcement cruisers, space is at a premium. Is your AED small, lightweight, clinically proven, and built to withstand the rigors of your job?
  3. Budgets are tight and cost-efficiency is critical. Does your AED provider offer a range of devices and programs to fit your department’s unique requirements?
  4. Visit IACP booth #5415 for the answers.
  1. The public relies on you to serve and protect. Are you armed with the technology you need to respond to cardiac arrest within your community?
  2. In law enforcement cruisers, space is at a premium. Is your AED small, lightweight, clinically proven, and built to withstand the rigors of your job?
  3. Budgets are tight and cost-efficiency is critical. Does your AED provider offer a range of devices and programs to fit your department’s unique requirements?
  4. Visit IACP booth #5415 for the answers.

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