Choosing the Right Medical Equipment Financing Partner for Vendors

As a vendor, you understand that your customers rely on you to provide the latest and most advanced medical equipment. However, many healthcare facilities face financial constraints that impede even the most critical purchases. In this
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Which AEDs are approved by the FDA?

Which AEDs are approved by the FDA?

Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are pivotal in saving lives during sudden cardiac arrests. The FDA, recognizing their significance, has laid down stringent guidelines and recommendations to ensure their efficacy and safety. Here's an overview of what you need to know:


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Automated External Defibrillators (AED): Essential Tips for Choosing and Maintaining AED Batteries

Automated External Defibrillators (AED): Essential Tips for Choosing and Maintaining AED Batteries

In this blog post, we will focus on providing tips for selecting and maintaining AED batteries to ensure that they are ready to use in case of an emergency.
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Medical Myths and Misconceptions You Should Stop Believing

Medical Myths and Misconceptions You Should Stop Believing

As we go about our daily lives, we often hear things about our health and wellness that we assume to be true. But the reality is that many of these beliefs are actually myths and misconceptions that can do more harm than good. In this
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Infant CPR

Infant CPR

Infant CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, is an essential life-saving technique that can be performed on infants who have stopped breathing or have no pulse. Infants are defined as children who are between the ages of 0 to 12 months
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Importance of Seatbelts

Importance of Seatbelts

Wearing a seatbelt is one of the most important safety measures a person can take while driving or riding in a vehicle. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that seatbelts have saved over 14,000 lives in 2018 alone.

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National Blood Donor Month

National Blood Donor Month

National Blood Donor Month is typically observed in January in the United States, and it is a time to recognize the importance of blood donation and encourage more people to become blood donors. If you would like to learn more about blood donation or find a blood donation center near you, you may want to contact a local blood bank or the American Red Cross.

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 New Year’s Eve Safety Tips

New Year’s Eve Safety Tips

New Year’s Eve comes with a lot of expectations and pressure to have a wonderful and memorable night. This can involve drinking, big parties, going out, and fireworks. As important as it is to celebrate and have fun, it's also important to prioritize safety as well. Here are some tips to help you have a safe and enjoyable New Year's Eve:

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Cooking and Food Safety Tips

Cooking and Food Safety Tips

While preparing food and making your favorite dish in the kitchen is fun and enjoyable, it is important to follow some basic safety rules. During the holiday season, a lot of time is spent in the kitchen as meals need to be prepared for Christmas parties and gatherings. So, follow these tips to protect yourself and your loved ones from food poisoning.

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Veterans Day Safety Tips

Veterans Day Safety Tips

Veteran’s Day, also known as ‘Armistice Day,’ was first celebrated on 11 November 1919, to mark the first anniversary of the end of WWI. Armistice Day became a federal holiday on 13 May 1938, when President Woodrow Wilson enacted the law and dedicated it to all American veterans. Veterans Day is widely viewed as the beginning of the winter safety campaign. The following safety tips are offered to prepare a seasonal mindset change to ensure a safe veterans Day Weekend:

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AED Batteries

AED Batteries

Batteries. They’re everywhere. From calculators to phones, from cars to entire buildings can be powered by these reliable power-storing devices. Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) also rely on batteries. These special medical devices need to
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FDA Approved AEDs

FDA Approved AEDs

As of February 3rd, the Federal Drug Administration requires a Premarket Approval (PMA) for any AED, AED accessories, and professional defibrillators. This mandate has been six years in the making, with many manufacturers having already updated
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Flu Shots

Flu Shots

Once more we reach that time of the new year where we start to see our local grocery stores advertise discounted or free flu shots for the season. Though, given the current pandemic that grips the world, why would you bother with the seasonal flu
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Omicron Variant

Omicron Variant

Over the past few months, a new variant of the COVID-19 virus has been at the headlines of all major news outlets. The Omicron variant, like the Delta variant, is a mutation of the SARS-CoV-2 virus is being carefully watched by medical experts
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AED Trainers and their Importance

AED Trainers and their Importance

Previously, we’ve spoken at lengths about the usefulness of Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs), and various brands that make AEDs. Now it’s time we talk about training to use these AEDs! After all, Sudden Cardiac Arrest can happen swiftly,
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An Affordable Quality Manikin - CPR Prompt

An Affordable Quality Manikin - CPR Prompt

One of the most popular CPR training solutions to date the CPR Prompt manikins are simple, durable, and affordable. Designed with an adjustable depth of compression requirement for Adult and Child manikins, Open Airway head tilt, satisfying audible compression clicker for feedback on proper compression technique, and proper anatomical landmarks.
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Understanding Vaccines

Understanding Vaccines

Vaccines. Good? Bad? Beneficial? Or too Risky? Society has definitely gone back and forth trying to decide if we accept vaccines or if we are against them. The majority of the conversation centers around if we trust them to benefit us more than harm us. There are a number of benefits that come with using vaccines as a preventative medicine but there is also quite a bit of speculation saying vaccines can have long term effects that are harmful to our overall health. The best way to decide if we are for or against vaccines is to be educated about what they are and how they work. To start, we need to get a better understanding of the history behind vaccines and how they have progressed to what they are now.
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Funding and the CARES Act

Funding and the CARES Act

Most people wouldn’t think of school right in the middle of summer, but with the pandemic still going strong, a lot of things have changed and we have an uncertain future ahead of us. To assist in the ongoing efforts to get back on track to normal, the US Department of Education has authorized aid for higher education institutes as part of the CARES Act.
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Do you want to catch the flu?

Do you want to catch the flu?

It's flu season coming up, and no one wants to catch the flu so make sure to be taking precautions this year! While there are may ways to prevent the flu, washing hands, getting vaccinated and wearing a mask are the top three! Facemasks add an extra layer to protect you from all the germs that people spread.

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New Guidelines on Digital Health Technology

New Guidelines on Digital Health Technology

According to the United Nations, 51% of the world now has access to broadband internet service. What does that mean for healthcare? This week, after 2 years of research, the World Health Organization (WHO) released their first ever recommendations on digital health technology.

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Telephone CPR Saves Lives, But Will Lawmakers Agree?

Telephone CPR Saves Lives, But Will Lawmakers Agree?

People don’t dial 911 when things are going well. There’s an immediate need—typically one that requires a high degree of knowledge and clarity; and you expect the voice on the other end to have all the skills and tools to help you. But as it turns out, that’s not always the case.

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Heartisense Premium Kit

Heartisense Premium Kit

Update your CPR manikin into a smart CPR manikin! Ready to take CPR training into the digital age? The Heartisense Premium Kit has you covered. It was only a matter of time before technological advancements made their way to the CPR training community. By January 31st, 2019, AHA is requiring teachers to use manikins that provides instrumented directive feedback to students.

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What is an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)?

CPR Savers & First Aid Supply offers Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) as lifesaving devices to treat victims of sudden cardiac arrest. These defibrillators are designed to quickly and easily provide an electric shock that restores the victim's normal heart rhythm.

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New requirements for Adult CPR training courses

New requirements for Adult CPR training courses using CPR feedback devices to help improve training skills American Heart Association On August 15, 2017, the American Heart Association published on August 15, 2017, that they "will now require the use of an instrumented directive feedback device in all courses that teach adult CPR skills, effective January 31, 2019.

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