Automated External Defibrillators (AEDS)
This video explains the operation of the Lifeline Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) that have been installed in the Round Valley High School, Middle School, Elementary School, and the Dome.
In the event of a medical emergency, 911 should be called and AEDs should be part of emergency response equipment brought to the scene. The AEDs have voice prompts and provide step-by-step instructions for proper operation. Be sure to follow voice prompt instructions to ensure maximum effectiveness and safety of the victim, rescuer, and bystanders.Simple to Use
Simple, clear and straightforward: there are only two-buttons on the unit, a green button to turn the unit on and a red one to shock the patient, if needed. The Lifeline AED: simple and intuitive.Clear Voice Prompts
Saving lives, while rewarding, can be stressful. A calm voice leads the user through the rescue, clearly and concisely stating each instruction, one step at a time. Brightly lit progress lights provide clear visual text guidance to reinforce voice instructions.
Lifeline AED Video Training