Caring about the safety and well being of your employees is good
Now there is something you can do to improve the odds dramatically for your
customers and employees with a solution that is easy to use and inexpensive to buy. Pulse America offers
the following AEDs for sale: Cardiac
Science Powerheart, Defibtech
Heartstart, Heartsine Samaratin
PAD and the Zoll AED Plus
AED sales are on the rise in America because
these life saving devices have come down in price. Pulse America offers several AED models and the CPR-AED
training that goes with these medical devices. The AED sales price range from $1199.00 to $1699.00.
Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) can
help solve the number one killer in America, Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA), killing somewhere between 350,000 and
450,000 people a year. It can strike anyone, anywhere, at any time, and in most cases, without
More people die from SCA than from breast
cancer, prostate cancer, house fires, hand guns, traffic accidents and AIDS combined. Over 1,000 people a day,
once approximately every 2 minutes someone dies from SCA.
Without AED shock treatment, victims
have only minutes to live. With quick response, this condition is readily treatable with survival rates well
Unfortunately, most of the time, the necessary life-saving automated external defibrillation shock does not
arrive in time. As a result, typical survival rates are only 2%-5%.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest is caused by chaotic electrical activity in the heart and can only be treated with an
electric shock called defibrillation.
Recent advances in modern technology, along
with legislative support from federal and state governments, have made a solution available to the public.
Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are this life-saving solution.
Businesses not only provide services to countless customers, but also have to care for their employees. Given the
number of people present and the considerable amount of time and activity spent at work, the risk of someone
suffering cardiac arrest at your facility is very real. Durable, cost-effective, low-maintenance, and easy-to-use,
AEDs are perfectly suited for the unique needs of the business environment.
The bottom line is that with a modest investment, now you too can save a life.
from The American Heart
For every minute that passes without
defibrillation, a victim’s chances of survival decrease by 7–10 percent.
Even the very best EMS systems experience
delays from heavy traffic, secured buildings, gated communities, large building complexes and
high-rises. In New York City, where emergency response teams fight extreme traffic, the average
arrival time for emergency vehicles is about 12 minutes. The cardiac arrest survival rate there
is less than 2 percent.
& Certification Classes
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training or CPR/AED training can make the difference between life and death in an emergency.
takes less than four hours to learn and it is the most important medical course you can take. CPR is
performed on victims who are not breathing and do not have a pulse. There
is no greater emergency.
CPR has the
effect of getting much-needed oxygen to the brain, where it can keep the nerves of the brain alive long
enough for someone to get the patient's heart beating again.
The average national
response time for “Emergency Rescue” is 5 to 10 minutes but could be as long as 20 minutes. Due to the large
volume of 9-1-1 calls, it is not uncommon for response times to go over the 5 minute mark.
Brain cells start dying
immediately without oxygen and irreversible brain damage starts somewhere around 4 minutes. Without
immediate CPR the chances of survival are small. The
question that must be asked is; what kind of life style will that person lead if someone doesn’t
47% of all heart attack and stroke victims die before emergency rescue
Is your business prepared?
If you or a coworker suffers from a heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest, will someone be prepared to perform
CPR and use an AED? We come to your facility and train your staff so they are prepared in the event of a medical
Make your workplace a
vital link in the “Chain of Survival.”
Taught by Certified Instructors
Everyone Uses Their Own Manikin
Everyone gets Hands-On-Training
Everyone gets Hands-On-Evaluated
Everyone gets a Certification Card
All CPR-AED training & certification classes are not created
How to choose a good training
company, ask questions:
Are you insured?
How many manikins will you bring?
What is the instructor to student
Are you going over Universal Precautions in depth
so we can protect ourselves?
How much hands on time will we get?
If you are doing CPR for children and infants, does
the instructor evaluate everyone for that as well?
Do we just watch a video and take a
Does everyone get a CPR card?
Does everyone in the class get hands-on
Do you do scenario based training for the AED
Do you go over calling 9-1-1?
There should be manikins available for
each student in the CPR class to practice doing chest compressions. You can't get the feel of doing compressions
correctly by just watching a movie. Good instructors see how students learn and adjust to individual
Don't just get shown how an automated
external defibrillator works, you want everyone in the class to have a chance at using one. Make sure you do
scenario based training, that is when stress comes in and students learn how to deal with it.
Make sure your CPR training covers everything you need. If you're confused in any way, don't
hesitate to ask your instructor to clear it up.
AED Sales or to schedule a CPR-AED
Training & Certification Class, call (888) 347-8573