Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Use in Urgent Care

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If Walmart and Costco had one, we should at least!
We have had an AED in the past, but due to testing and possible failure, we have determined the risk too high to proceed. The staff is trained and certified in BLS/ALS as the best life saving measure.
We not only have AED's/Cardiac Monitors but a code cart/box to respond to any codes/rapid responses within the organization.
Having Life Saving equipment comes with an Expense...you must train staff and ensure constant in-service to sustain their skills, in case of.
Cost prohibitive, considering remote likelihood of ever using it. We'd call 911.
aed's are simple and easy to use all uc should have them
our AED is in the waiting area. we have a defibrillator and crash cart in the clinical area

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