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AED

abbr.
automated external defibrillator
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AED

AED

abbr automated external defibrillator. V. defibrillator.
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She said the city government should invest in the AED and install in all 911 ambulances, health centers, and even public places like shopping malls, and parks.
Dubai trade grew 58% through the 2010-2019 decade; an increase of AED 124bn compared to 1Q 2010 trade which made AED 215bn.
An AED is a lightweight, portable device that delivers an electric shock through the chest to the heart following a sudden cardiac arrest.
Current Account (AED Million)###139000###18-Dec###971000
Christine Clarke, who was enjoying a drink in a nearby pub, raced over and gave Terry CPR before shocking him with the AED.
"Public-access AED pad application was associated with better outcome among OHCA patients with shockable rhythm, and the trend was the same among those with non-shockable rhythm," Koshimoi and colleagues write.
--Belgian companies' reasons for acquiring (or not) an AED,
For our exercise, let's assume that the bank is willing to finance 50% of the purchasing price: this means the bank will contribute with AED 50m while the investor will need to invest the remainder AED 50m out of his own money (also called "equity").
Moreover, full-year gross revenues grew 15% to AED 1.649bn from AED 1.437bn in 2016.
"Many cardiac arrests that happen in public occur out of 'normal business hours' therefore if an AED is kept in a building there is a good chance the building won't be accessible.
[USA], Nov 12 ( ANI ): Latinos are less likely to know what an automated external defibrillator (AED) is and who can use it, which could affect outcomes of sudden cardiac arrests in Latino neighborhoods, according to a preliminary research.