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  • Defibs for schools

    Lisa -

    I would love to see more defibs in the schools. Is there anything that I can personally do to help this along? Especially in the schools in my area? I hate hearing about these young guys dying when there was something that could have been done to save their lives. Thanks,
    Mom of Keanu
    4 years old (will be in March)
    Dx at 2 days old with Biventricular hypertrophy
    Dx at 6 weeks with HOCM
    Dx at 5 months with V-tach
    Dx at 3 with Noonan Syndrome

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    Dear Shel,

    Every state has different laws. Please call the office at 973-983-7429 and they can talk to you in specifics and give you all the help we can.

    Also, check out padl.org --devoted to AED education.

    Take care,