AEDs are medical devices that can help save lives in the event of cardiac arrest. When necessary, they send an electric current to the heart to help it reset itself from an ineffective rhythm.
AEDs may be used by anyone in response to a cardiac emergency. No training or certification is required. The device will prompt the user with step-by-step verbal instructions. All AEDs deployed at a city park or facility are suitable for use on adults and children. Once deployed, dispatch is automatically notified.
AEDs are installed at the following select parks and city facilities. Units are housed in tall, red and yellow cabinets and display the AED and Stop the Bleed symbols. Learn more about the project here.
In the event of a cardiac emergency, call 911 (or ask someone nearby to call 911). When an AED is deployed, an audible alarm will trigger, and dispatch will be automatically notified.
All AEDs are equipped with an emergency call button that may be used in the event of an emergency. The AEDs are tagged with a location ID to help identify the location of the emergency when talking to dispatch.
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