Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • abbreviation automated external defibrillator

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Examples

  • Studies have shown that sixth-graders briefly trained in AED use are able to correctly operate the devices almost as quickly as emergency medical personnel.

    Youth Heart Watch

  • An AED is a lightweight, portable device that delivers an electric shock through the chest to change an abnormal heart rhythm to normal.

    Youth Heart Watch

  • Also affecting the second quarter's results, officials said, were a "contraction in Japanese AED revenue and continued weakness in the market for health-care capital equipment."

    National Business News - Local Business News | bizjournals

  • She practiced compressions and breathing techniques and how to use an automatic external defibrillator, known as an AED, on a manikin's inflated torso.

    The Seattle Times

  • Amanda Hall, elementary nurse, showed up with an automated external defibrillator, or AED, which is used to restore normal heart rhythm to patients in cardiac arrest.

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  • - Zoll Medical Corp, which less than a week ago recommended that older batteries in its recalled AED Plus automated external defibrillators be replaced but offered a software fix as an alternative, now urges all users to obtain the software upgrade, according to a company announcement and a

    theHeart.org

  • It's more a request to city council to allow future uses of the site - i.e. the arena, hotels, residences, etc. all within an "AED" zone category, standing for Arena and Entertainment District zone.

    Edmonton Sun

  • It's more a request to city council to allow future uses of the site - i.e. the arena, hotels, residences, etc. all within an "AED" zone category, standing for Arena and Entertainment District zone.

    Edmonton Sun

  • It's more a request to city council to allow future uses of the site - i.e. the arena, hotels, residences, etc. all within an "AED" zone category, standing for Arena and Entertainment District zone.

    Edmonton Sun

  • It's more a request to city council to allow future uses of the site - i.e. the arena, hotels, residences, etc. all within an "AED" zone category, standing for Arena and Entertainment District zone.

    Edmonton Sun

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