Defibrillators should be properly investigated

Q: My condominium association is considering purchasing an AED for our clubhouse. From the conversation at the meeting, I understand that this is an emergency medical device to use when someone is having a heart attack. Is it appropriate for associations to purchase and install these types of devices? Wouldn’t it create significant liability for the community?    Read the Q&A……………..


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