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AEDs in Communities

Success Stories

Outstanding ease of use, reliability and services from the AED leader

Surviving sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is largely dependent on response time. In many communities across the country, and around the world, citizens have joined forces with their municipal leaders and public safety officials to establish public access defibrillation (PAD) programs, allowing volunteer lay responders to treat SCA victims in the first vital minutes before Emergency Services arrive.

Why Communities Choose Philips

Unsurpassed ease of use, services to help make your program successful

Many communities and their leaders have determined that Philips. the AED market leader, gives their AED program the best chance of success. Since the original Philips AED helped trigger the public access defibrillation movement more than 10 years ago, over half a million Philips AEDs have logged 15 billion service hours on the job. See why communities large and small choose Philips.

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The Facts Many SCA victims have no previously reported history of heart disease. 50% of men and 63% of women who died from SCA reported no previous symptoms of heart disease.