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Notes & Numbers, August 2017

When Shopping for an AED

To respond to the possibility of sudden cardiac arrest, a growing number of churches are installing defibrillators (AEDs) and training select staff and volunteers on how to use them. This life-saving option has become even more attractive because the cost of the technology has decreased over the years. An AED can be purchased for $1,000 to $2,000. But what should you look for when shopping for a quality AED? Attorney Richard R. Hammar encourages churches to look for these specific features:

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