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The North American defibrillators market is expected to reach $8.1 billion by 2023, surging geriatric population, rising incidence of cardiac diseases, and growing demand for automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are some of the key factors driving the market growth.
The defibrillators can be found at Barrhead Community Museum; St Andrew's House, Barrhead; Johnny Kelly Pavilion, Cowan Park, Barrhead; Carlibar Primary School, Barrhead; Cross Arthurlie Primary School, Barrhead; and Glen Halls, Neilston, as well as the council offices in Barrhead.
Residents have reacted with shock and anger after a defibrillator in a borough community vanished.
"The call operator will be able to tell you where your nearest defibrillator is, but if you know this already, you may be able to gain the vital seconds that could save someone's life." Public access defibrillators, or PADS, can be accessed 24-7 and are located in all sorts of places - from railway stations to sports centres, supermarkets to pubs.
Mr King, now 57, said: "The law states that all public buildings have to have a fire extinguisher, let's do the same with defibrillators, it will save lives."
Jayne has opened a charity shop to help to pay for more defibrillators.
"We want to play our part by rolling out public access defibrillators across our estate, making sure that anyone using our buildings, or the local community, are closer to this life-saving equipment should they suffer a cardiac arrest."
Jo Sheridan offered to buy the defibrillator at the Gwynedd Holiday Park in Tywyn in memory of her partner Sir Bryan Baker, who passed away in November 2017.
Jo Sheridan offered to buy the defibrillator at the Gwynedd Holiday Park in Tywyn, Mid Wales, in memory of her partner Sir Bryan Baker, who passed away in November 2017.
"Cases like this are the best example of why we need to increase the number of defibrillators in the community."
North East Hearts with Goals, run by sisters-in-law Christine Stephenson and Kelly Best, has placed 400 defibrillators in the region over the last five years.
Abigail Stahelin, Stafflex Compliance and Operations Director said: "Public access defibrillators save lives and with our office in such a prime location near town on Chapel Hill, we felt a responsibility to care about the safety of the residents and visitors in Huddersfield.