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Code One Training Solutions and AED Team are recognized as industry experts when it comes to emergency care. In operation for over a decade, Code One trains thousands of people each year in lifesaving skills while AED Team implements dozens of new emergency equipment installations and manages a diverse portfolio of existing deployments. Our experience provides our clients with a unique advantage when it comes to emergency training, selecting an AED, and implementing a response plan.
When we consult with dental practices on training and AED placement, we generally include several recommendations on where the AED should be placed, how many AED units are needed, AED inspection plans and maintenance, and CPR training for dental office staff.
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Dental Office AED Recommendations
- Use of an AED in the dental office setting is a low-frequency, high-risk procedure.
- A plan should be in placed to inspect the AED on a monthly-basis at minimum.
- AED should be placed in a centrally located, high-visibility, unobstructed area where it can be quickly accessed and delivered to any patient care area within 2 minutes.
- Dental offices that are less than 4,000 square feet with patient treatment areas on a single story should have at least one AED on premises.
- Dental offices larger than 4,000 square feet, with multiple buildings, or with patient treatment areas on multiple floors should determine response time for AED retrieval from furthest treatment room and consider additional AED units for response times greater than 2 minutes.
Dental Office CPR and AED Training
CPR training that integrates your AED ensures familiarity with equipment when it is needed for an emergency. Code One offers training programs that meet these requirements:
- American Heart Association BLS Provider level CPR and AED training for dentists, dental assistants, dental hygienists, and clinical staff.
- American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR AED level CPR and AED training for office and non-clinical staff.
- Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office Setting (MEDOS) training for all dental office staff that may have any role in an emergency response within the dental office.
AED and CPR certification requirements vary y country, state, and locality. Please consult with your attorney for any specific laws or requirements that your practice must follow for a lawful AED deployment and for CPR training compliance.
Our AED and training recommendations are general guidelines for an AED program. Every setting is unique and may require additional considerations not listed here. Contact AED Team for expert consultation and client specific solutions.