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

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Shocking a person who is in water, covered with water, or lying on a wet surface may cause burns or shocks to the victim or rescuers or prevent delivery of the shock to the victim heart. The best course of action is to remove the victim from the water entirely. Dry the person’s chest before you attach the AED.