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After Defibrillation

After Defibrillation - Growth & Development, Training & Education, Clinical Training, CPR, Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Training (All Ages)

Focus

If defibrillation is needed, resume CPR after shocking. LEAVE the electrode pads on and leave the AED on while continuing CPR.

The AED will reanalyze every 2 minutes. If no shock is advised, resume CPR. The AED will reanalyze every 2 minutes.

Some AEDs may not be updated to current guidelines…that is OK….always FOLLOW AED PROMPTS.