Ladies Life Saved By a AED at Transport World

Mar 12, 2018
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Last week it was proven that AEDs (automated external defibrillators) save lives when a woman visiting Transport World had a cardiac arrest. One of the AED’s on site was used and saved her life.

St Johns say: When accessible within minutes of a cardiac arrest occurring, an AED can vastly improve a person’s chance of survival. They do save lives!

The AED on the premises, which was one of three donated by PowerNet in 2016,

It’s proven that AEDs (automated external defibrillators) save lives and we’re grateful toPowerNet for its support in getting AEDs out into the Southland community. Over the weekend, a cardiac arrest happened at Bill Richardson Transport Worldand the AED on the premises, which was one of three donated by PowerNet in 2016, was used and saved the woman’s life. When accessible within minutes of a cardiac arrest occurring, an AED can vastly improve a person’s chance of survival. They do save lives!

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