However, it is important to remember as I tell my students that when a person is unresponsive, not breathing and you can’t detect a pulse, the first thing to do is tell someone to call 911. Then, we need to request for someone to "grab an AED". But if you ask someone to grab an AED and they don't know what it looks like and they don't know where to get one-then we might have a problem. This potential challenges only reiterates the need for increased AED training and not being afraid to use the AED if you have it.
Subsequently, remember.....if there’s an AED, go ahead and use it.!! Help me as I spread the awareness of installing and implementing AEDs in as many public places as possible. They can make a crucial difference.
Have a healthy and happy holiday.