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Hands-Only CPR is CPR without giving breaths. Meaning there is no mouth-to-mouth contact. Recent guidelines developed by the American Heart Association, promote Hands-Only CPR as an acceptable way for a bystander to help a victim suffering from cardiac arrest.
Do you have an event that requires ambulance and EMS Staff to be onsite? Examples include: Concerts, Major City/County Festivals, MMA Fights, Chiefs Training Camp and MWSU Football Games. These are events where the EMS crews are dedicated to that event and are not a part of the daily 911 Ambulances.
The AED registry allows EMS to know the exact location of an AED in case of an emergency. If you have multiple AEDs it may be required that you complete multiple forms, there are 5 AED registry forms on each registry. We greatly appreciate you taking the time to fill out the information. For any questions please contact email@example.com.