I am glad to hear this, it has been one of my fears that an amateur be untrusted
to operate this machine of death. The old fashioned CPR is still the best
emergency treatment that non professionals should be allowed to use. I know CPR
requires some physical contact with victims but survival is more likely if time
wasn't wasted to dig out the machines where oxygen and heart manipulation
is at its most critical juncture where seconds matter. CPR is immediate and less
than 10 seconds to initiate resuscitation.I have equipment in my
home that are questionable reliability for emergency (smoke/fire/Co2/gas) will
function. I have always felt that these defibrillators was not a reliable
alternative to CPR which is not time stamped or operator training necessary.
Made in China emergency equipment is not a device you want to entrust to other
people with your life. Then people wit pace makers can be killed by tasers and
defibrillators, CPR does no harm.You can't even depend on alarm
companies in a emergency so people should plan and prepare as if they were on an
Island in the north pacific in the dead of winter.