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    ActFast Medical LLC

    Featured on Good Morning America and the Dr Oz Show!, the Act+Fast Anti Choking Trainer is worn by students in CPR Class to learn the Abdominal Thrust Maneuver.

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    American Heart Association

    American Heart Association

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    Laerdal Medical Corp.

    For more than 50 years, healthcare providers and educators have trusted Laerdal to offer products, services and solutions that help improve patient outcomes and survivability.

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    Michigan Instruments Inc.

    The LIFE-STAT is the only completely hands-free automatic cardiopulmonary resuscitation system compliant with all American Heart Association 2010 Guidelines.

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    ZOLL Medical Corp.

    ZOLL Medical Corporation designs, manufactures and markets an integrated line of proprietary, noninvasive cardiac resuscitation devices, accessories and software.


  • ActFast Medical LLC
  • Advanced Circulatory Systems Inc.
  • AED Superstore
  • Ambu SmartMan
  • American Heart Association
  • American Safety & Health Institute
  • CFT Inc./Life Mask
  • Channing Bete Co.
  • CPR Prompt
  • CPR Simplicity LLC
  • EMS Safety Services Inc.
  • Firehouse Medical Inc.
  • Laerdal Medical Corp.
  • LYFETYMER Metronome Co.
  • McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • MDI
  • Medic First Aid International
  • Michigan Instruments Inc.
  • National Safety Council
  • Rapid Response Solutions, LLC
  • Safety Magnets
  • SafetyMate Inc.
  • UMBC - Department of Emergency Health Services
  • VORTRAN Medical Technology 1 Inc.
  • WorldPoint
  • ZOLL Medical Corp.

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