With both an increase in focus and the advancement of technology Automated External Defibrillators, commonly referred to as AED’s, have proliferated the places we work and play. While in almost all cases this is a good thing, some information has come to light that could open our stakeholders to unintentional dangers. Last Friday the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) alerted users of certain Powerheart and CardioVive automated external defibrillators that these devices may malfunction unexpectedly. This can cause a failure to deliver the electric shocks that are needed to treat sudden cardiac arrest or arrhythmias. Read the Advisory »