Aero Healthcare stretches the globe offering a diverse range of first aid, pre-hospital emergency and medical supplies. Our goal was to disrupt an established industry by offering innovative products backed with industry-leading pre and post-sales service. However, the journey wasn’t all clear sailing, Aero’s only got to where we are, through the hard work of
CPR / AED Awareness Week: Every Second Counts More than 1,600 people suffer cardiac arrest every day in the United States, that’s roughly 584,000 Americans every year! Of this, 475,000 die. Sudden cardiac arrest is both the biggest killer in America and across the Globe. Sudden Cardiac Arrest claims more lives than colorectal cancer, breast
According to the American Heart Association, 350,000 cardiac arrests occur outside of the hospital every year, with 90% of those cases proving fatal. This is perhaps due to the fact that only 46% of people who suffer out of hospital sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) get the immediate help that they need. Further research suggests that
Food industry professionals know this: a reliable solution for dressing minor wounds can be hard to find. Adhesive bandages that lose their stickiness are unfortunately common, meaning that products get spoiled and that money is lost. It is such a frequent complaint from people in the food manufacturing and processing sector that Aero has taken
Running your business is complex and having to manage unreliable suppliers can be time-consuming, not to mention expensive, if they let you down. Whether the quality and delivery of your first aid products is poor, or your supplies consistently fail to be in stock, leaving end users short of first aid consumables can be life-critical.
Feedback to the launch of Aero’s Rapid Stop Tourniquet at EMS World Expo has been overwhelmingly positive. We were delighted to demonstrate this breakthrough product – an all American-made tourniquet that can be deployed with just one hand – which is indispensable for those on the front line.
Aero is heading to the EMS World Expo where we’ll be demonstrating our new RapidStop tourniquet – a breakthrough technology in treating traumatic injuries. We’ll be showcasing the very latest in life-saving equipment at the show, from October 14 – 18.
Regardless of how smart your CPR students may be, over 65% of them will be visual learners. This means that if you want your students to remember how to perform effective CPR in a lifesaving situation, the training needs to be as engaging as possible. The American Heart Association is updating their guidelines so that by
The HeartSine Samaritan 500P public access defibrillator is designed to analyse heart rhythm and automatically deliver an electrical shock if it determines one is needed. Voice prompts guide you through the process of defibrillation and through CPR, prompting you to “Push Harder”, “Push Faster”, “Push Slower” or whether you are doing “Good Compressions”. About 70%