Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Use in Urgent Care

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Survey Results: Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Use in Urgent Care


Question:

Does your urgent care center have an AED on site?

  • A. Yes (31 out of 35)
  • B. No (4 out of 35)

Question:

If your center does have an AED, what was the deciding factor in acquiring?

  • A. Considered a best practice (29 out of 30)
  • B. Medical legal reason (6 out of 30)
  • C. To meet UCAOA certification criteria (3 out of 30)
  • D. Other (0 out of 30)

Question:

If your center does not have an AED device, why not?

  • A. Cost (3 out of 4)
  • B. Our center views it as unnecessary (2 out of 4)
  • C. Other (1 out of 4)

Question:

If your center does not have an AED device, has a plan been formulated for a cardiac event on the premises?

  • A. Yes (7 out of 9)
  • B. No (2 out of 9)

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