Defibrillators save lives, but only when they're available

11/6/2003 | USA Today

Increasingly, automated external defibrillators are being installed in public places to provide assistance to anyone nearby who goes into cardiac arrest. Devices used within six minutes of arrest often return a heart to a normal beat. Several groups are working with national and local bodies to increase the number of AEDs in schools and other public places across the country.

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