The AED "Automatic External Defibrillator" can apparently be used by non-medically trained personnel if someone is going into cardiac arrest.
I would imagine it's fairly easy for someone who is not trained in medical treatment to use. I couldn't really see inside the case hanging on the wall but I'm imagine the instructions read something like this: "Step 1: Put the little pads on the patient's chest. Step 2: Make sure you're not standing in a puddle or holding your cell phone so it doesn't interrupt your Wi-Fi signal. Step 3: Scream in terror. Step 4: Press button to administer shock."
I began wondering what having this installed means. Is it because there is concern that one or more employees is in danger of having a heart attack? Is it meant to reduce some sort of insurance premium the company pays? Could it be used like a tazer if someone becomes unruly? And the most important question, why is the word defibrillator so damned difficult to spell?
I suppose it is better that they are available just in case. The old "better safe than sorry" trick rarely has a downside.
|AED Automatic External Defibrillator|
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