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Automated External Defibrillator (AED) AED Steps: * These steps should be used when caring for a non- breathing child aged 8 or older who weights 55lbs or more, or an adult* 1. Check the scene and making sure it its safe. 2. Ask by stander to call 911 3. Turn AED on and follow the visual/audio prompts 4. Open the person’s shirt and wipe bare chest dry 5. Attach AED pads, and plug in the connector (in necessary 6. Make sure NOONE is touching the person. “Stand Clear”
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  • Spring '18
  • Holman
  • Cardiac arrest, AED, Attach AED pads

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