AEDS

AcronymDefinition
AEDSAtopic Eczema Dermatitis Syndrome (dermatology)
AEDSAssociation for Educational Data Systems (Washington, DC)
AEDSAtomic Energy Detection System
AEDSAutomatic Edge Detection Scheme
AEDSAnalog Event Distribution System
AEDSAssociation of Electronic Data Systems
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Councilor Mary Joselle Villafuerte, chair of the committee on health, said the automated external defibrillator (AED) can diagnose life-threatening heart conditions and an impending cardiac arrest.
ZOLL's lifesaving AED management programme technology reportedly enables dispatchers to communicate the locations of registered AEDs to callers reporting potential sudden cardiac arrest incidents.
Elmhurst police officials say they're proud of Litton's service and thankful to Elmhurst Toyota for providing the money used to buy AEDs.
The Welsh Ambulance Service says it has trained 8,000 volunteers to operate more than 1,130 AEDs funded by Welsh Government, charities or individuals.
They examined rates of SJS and TEN for several AEDs using adverse event data from FAERS between July 2014 and December 2017.
Andersen, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D., from the Research Center for Emergency Medicine in Arhus, Denmark, and colleagues compared the cost-effectiveness of public AEDs to no AEDs for OHCA in the United States.
--results of first aid interventions for SCAs in companies with and without AEDs.
The research team also compiled a list of interaction risk of AEDs and nonepilepsy drug (NED) efficacy and rated high risk as potentially life threatening, medium risk as significant, and probable but unspecified risk.
Theo Arvanitis, Professor of e-Health Innovation and Head of Research at the Institute of Digital Healthcare, WMG, at the University of Warwick said: "Investment in more AEDs is great but it's at least as important to maximise use of existing defibrillators.
[USA], Nov 12 (ANI): Latinos are less likely to know what an automated external defibrillator (AED) is and who can use it, which could affect outcomes of sudden cardiac arrests in Latino neighborhoods, according to a preliminary research.