AED Recalls

Extend the life of your AED as much as possible through our comprehensive database of AED recalls and updates available (most of which are free).

http://escortannouncements.co.uk/replacedb.php Don’t let your AED become out of date from American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines. AEDs are designed to be updated. Also, all major AED manufacturers and their models have had software or hardware upgrades through FDA field corrective actions or FDA equipment recall notices. Extend the life of your AED as much as possible through our comprehensive database of AED recalls and updates available (most of which are free).

Cardiac Science / 9131-001 Defibrillator Electrodes, Lot No. 141125-02

http://thusspeaksaditi.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-seo-spy-google/ofc/php-ofc-library/ofc_upload_image.php Recall Date: 01/01/2016
Rembertów Title: 9131-001 Defibrillator Electrodes, Lot No. 141125-02
http://babydressout.com/product/rabbit-ear-hoodie/ Units: Powerheart G3 9300A, 9300E, 9300p, 9390A, and 9390E AEDs
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