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Medical Direction & Oversight
Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are regulated by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) and are classified as a Class III medical device. Almost all AEDs require the purchaser to obtain a prescription from a physician under FDA rules. Most AED manufacturers in the US provide the initial prescription when a new device is purchased although the initial prescription does not satisfy the widely varying state laws regarding AED ownership and compliance. Ongoing maintenance checks, battery and pad expiration date management and CPR/AED two year certification training are all highly regulated for each state in the US as outlined in our AED State Law interactive database.
AEDMD is our free cloud AED management software for managing from one to any number of AEDs and their locations anywhere in the world. In the United State each state has their own AED laws. For most organizations, managing compliance in multiple or all states is an overwhelming task. AEDMD is our free solution provided to all AEDUSA customers for the ongoing maintenance and management of your AEDs. If you purchase a new AED from AEDUSA, or buy replacement Batteries or Pads for an existing AED (even if you didn’t purchase the AED from us), you’re still eligible for our AEDMD free tool. Never get caught with expired batteries or pads. AEDMD will always track and monitor any expiring product and our Never Expire Easy Order system makes ordering replacements simple.,
Our AEDMD Plus plan was designed by our team of AED Compliance Specialists and makes all state specific requirements and legislation easy and automatic. We do the heavy lifting so you can make sure your AEDs are functioning properly and your entire AED program is compliant, so your state’s Good Samaritan Laws provide the protection they were created to deliver. Good Samaritan laws offer legal protection to anyone who gives reasonable assistance to those who are, or who they believe to be, injured, ill, in peril, or otherwise incapacitated. Each state provides different laws and requirements for AED management or ownership such as:
- Local EMS AED Registration
- Physician Program Oversight & AED Prescription
- CPR/AED Training Requirements
- AED Maintenance
- AED Post Use EMS Notifications
Reference our AED State Law interactive tool for additional requirements on a state by state basis.