AED


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AED

abbr.
automated external defibrillator
Translations
AED

AED

abbr automated external defibrillator. V. defibrillator.
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Q: Does the FDA's ruling apply to only AEDs or also to manual defibrillators with an AED function?
The bilateral trade between Jafza and Arab Countries grew by 61 per cent in the last five years growing from AED 64 billion in 2010 to AED 105 billion in 2014.
AED shall have a backlit LCD text display, which features elapsed rescue time, number of
Sources of information include resources provided by the company that manufactured the camp's AED and advisory groups responsible for AED standards and program operation (e.
Analysts in a Reuters poll had predicted on average a net profit of AED 622m.
In February, Contra Costa Health Services urged AED owners to designate the devices as available for “public” access to increase the likelihood one is used during a cardiac arrest.
5pc in H1 2012, fetching AED 357bn compared to AED 320bn in H1 2011; while the value of exports and re-exports hit Dhs245bn with a growth rate of 13pc as compared to AED 217bn over same period last year.
To date, there are at least 15 states with legislative mandates requiring or supporting AED placement in schools.
He points to research showing that it takes kids only 60 seconds longer to use an AED than a trained paramedic.
The percent yield of progesterone, 17[alpha]-hydroxyprogesterone (17[alpha]-OHP), AED, and androstadienedione (ADD) at each level was 86.
If you play baseball, hockey, lacrosse or another high-impact sport, ask your coach if there is an AED at your games.
Mayor Bob Kellar showed a group of fire, police and local health care officials how easily the AED is used by placing two thin sticky pads on a mannequin's chest.