After the American Heart Association identified automated external defibrillators (AED) as a promising treatment for sudden cardiac arrest, the federal government and some state governments took steps to expand public access to AEDs. Some state governments mandated AED availability in high-risk locations, such as fitness facilities. Although the legislation often requires health clubs to maintain AEDs and provide a certified trained employee in the use of the AED, many states are silent ...

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