DXE Medical Launches Customer-Convenient Service Platform ONLINE

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Service PMs are now available for all customers to purchase online at DXEMed.com.

Please visit DXEMed.com for additional information.

DXE Medical’s service pages are now available on DXEMed.com. These pages offer customers the option to add a one-time PM (Preventative Maintenance) service to their cart and check out at their convenience.

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Is Your AED Being Mismanaged?

AED Program Management Blog Post

At least 1000 defibrillators in Ireland (10% of the country’s AEDs deployed in public places) urgently need to complete an important software update throughout hotels, sports venues and other businesses according to a recent article in the IrishTimes. The Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) is urging all owners of automated external to defibrillators (AEDs) to check the status of every device to ensure readiness in case of emergency. Non-efficient AED maintenance in Ireland is likely to be similar in the United States as well.

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Baby Teddy Tulloh is doing well after 35 minutes in Cardiac Arrest.

Baby Teddy - 35 Min SCA

Teddy Tulloh’s heart was not fully developed on one side and at only 2 days old, he had open heart surgery. Then, after just one month Teddy suffered Cardiac Arrest which lasted 35 minutes.

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DXE Medical PMA Series – Part 2: Affected Devices


FDA’s new stringent evaluation standards are set to improve dependability of automated external defibrillators (AEDs).

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TV Myth: Shocking A Flatline Heart Rhythm Will Revive Patient


Defibs Dont Shock Flatlines

TV medical shows paint a dramatic scene of a life-saving moment when doctors bring a patient back from the brink using a defibrillator to shock the heart.

Everyone knows the scene when you hear the monitor “Beep… Beep… Beep… Beeeeeeeeeeeee..…..…Clear!!!…… Beep… Beep… Beep… Beep…

These shows have taught us that when a person’s heart stops completely, doctors rush to grab the paddles and shock the person, immediately restarting their heart again.

In reality – this is WRONG and does not happen!!

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13-Year-Old YouTube Star Dies from Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Caleb Logan

On October 1st, a seemingly healthy 13-year-old boy, Caleb, died from an undiagnosed heart condition that led to Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). His unexpected passing has garnered mass media attention due to his internet fame status and the cause of his death.

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From Pub Trivia to CPR Save

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Recently, at the Old Bundy Tavern in Australia, Wednesday night pub trivia turned into a CPR rescue situation in the blink of an eye.

Tracee Houlahan was sitting at a table for trivia night one moment and the next, people started to get worried. “There was a lady slumped over in her chair.” “Her partner and friends were trying to wake her but she kept losing consciousness and her complexion was changing.”

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