HeartSine automated external defibrillators (AEDs) placed in Nicaragua helped to save two lives in 2011. How those AEDs came to be in Nicaragua, a place where access to medical technology is extremely limited, is largely due to the drive of one woman: Laurieann Milligan, Community Outreach Coordinator of Med-Care Ambulance Service, the Western Maine branch of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest …
February 4, 2013
Having an automated external defibrillator available in a public place can dramatically improve the odds of surviving a sudden cardiac arrest. We were delighted to see that the Tulsa chapter of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association in Tulsa, Oklahoma made this happen by donating a HeartSine AED to their local Ronald McDonald House.
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October 8, 2012
Some Oklahomans who have survived sudden cardiac arrest are trying to make sure there are other survivors.
The Tulsa chapter of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association donated an automatic external defibrillator, or AED, to the Ronald McDonald House.
January 15, 2008
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association donates AED to Massachusetts school.