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The batteries last four to five years, and they are replaceable. At this point I've decided not to buy one for other reasons, but here are some details on a unit from Amazon that is the $1,000 range. It can be purchased with a a flexible spending account (FSA), health savings account (HSA) or health reimbursement arrangement (HRA).
You'll need this.
This is definitely really important -- although I would argue that it is more predictable than vitrification research because there is a wider market for these devices.
> Are there any other devices that are supportive of the patient in addition to health monitoring?
If you have a known cardiac condition or have high risk for an arrhythmia and live with someone else who can help you, you might consider having an AED available. Expensive though. [link]
>And they could train their operators in an efficient manner were it not for the massive cloud of regulations in the sphere.
What massive cloud of regulation in the sphere is there exactly preventing them from doing that? It's literally just a few trainings you go to, which would be needed regardless of the existence of regulations.
Could it be that this wouldn't be economically feasible because in order to train someone properly to offer the required help a emergency patient needs, months, if not year, of qualification are needed. Paramedics have to take course of two years to become qualified to offer first emergency care and not because of evil regulation, but because it takes that time to learn it. The regulation exist because of the necessity being framed it the code of law, cutting them doesn't magically cut down a two year training program down to five minutes, because the necessities remain the same.
And if they have the required qualification, you can be sure that Uber would have to pay them more than the 10$/hr they are currently earning.
And no you can't just "deliver defibrillators" without proper training because if you fuck that one up, you are on the hook for a big pile of $ in compensation, not to mention that no insurance in the world would insure that. If Uber really was interested in doing something like this, they could buy automatic defibrillators like this one, which isnt regulated in any form.
It's a stupid idea. Period.
I took an aspirin crushed it in my mouth and ate it slow to get it in bloodstream faster. That is not recommended for everybody, If your father is already on blood thinners it may be bad to do that.
Learn CPR. I did not need it as my heart kept beating. they also sell this Expensive but may save a life.
Ammo reloading kit
These ought to confuse her
They shoulda called it Extra Life but 2nd life is cool too.
Complete with an informative bar graph!
Well, you might need one of these then
If that doesn't work, there's plenty to go around
Four and half stars on Amazon
Brother, these aren't cheap but they are a must have for every Panthers household.
Here you go!
Get an AED
It's kind of like a condom for breath play.
The expense is way, way, better than a dead body.
"Can Trump tell the truth? No. Can be read without help? No."
LOL! dude you don't even live in America do you?
It doesn't seem like you have a grasp on the English language....
How do you know old man Bernie can use a computer? Most senior citizens like him have no clue.
i'm guessing Bernie has more experience with this tech then a computer:
We might need THIS.