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100 Day Heart Safe AED Campaign

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Stephen R. Walston

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Wake EMS 100 Day Heart Safe AED CampaignDuring the 100-day campaign, Wake County EMS hopes to increase the availability of public access Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in our community and to register all public AEDs throughout our community. The 100 day campaign runs from May 14 through August 24, 2012.
Wake County has partnered with three local AED vendors to provide purchase incentives to businesses and groups participating in the campaign.
 

Purchase Your AED

Click on the icons below to shop for AEDs from our partners. Please note, Wake County does not endorse any one product or vendor. Purchase is strictly between vendor and customer.
AED First Response CPR Consultants
LifeServers
HeartStart OnSite AED by Philips
AED First Response
2211 Hillsborough Road
Durham, NC 27705
425-753-1172
CPR Consultants, Inc.
704 G Chapel Hill Road
Raleigh, NC 27607
866-990-2772
LifeServers, Inc.
PO Box 31331
Raleigh, NC 27622
919-866-0044
Southeastern Emergency Equipment
PO Box 1097
Youngsville, NC 27596
800-334-6656

Register your AED

It's easy as 1-2-3

1 - Click Here
2 - Complete the Form
3 - Click Submit

When you register your new AED or existing unregistered AED, you provide 9-1-1 callers with exact information on how to find and use your AED when it counts the most – in an emergency!

Learn CPR

Modern CPR methods often call for "Hands Only" CPR, meaning bystanders should focus solely on providing 100 uninterrupted chest compressions per minute. It is clearly established that bystander chest compressions without the effort to provide mouth to mouth can effectively sustain a person in cardiac arrest until professional help arrives.


Call 911, push hard and fast in the center of the chest
 
 

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Created at 10/1/2012 5:20 PM by Stephen R. Walston
Last modified at 10/26/2012 12:40 PM by Stephen R. Walston
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