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Paramedics prepare to transport a civilian contractor via helicopter to the hospital March 6, 2012, after he suffered a heart attack while working on a building rooftop at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base.
ABOVE: Paramedics prepare to move a civilian contractor from a building rooftop at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base, after he suffered a heart attack while working on March 6, 2012.
RIGHT: Since 2008, the Ohio National Guard has trained select members in proper usage of Automated External Defibrillators, maintained in all ONG facilities around the state. COLUMBUS, Ohio (March 23, 2012) — Soldiers of the 1st Battalion, 137th Aviation Regiment proved the effectiveness of their Automated Electronic Defibrillator and training they had previously received, when a civilian contractor who had been working on the unit's rooftop at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base went into cardiac arrest March 6.
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Through use of an Automated External Defibrillator, located in all Ohio National Guard facilities throughout the state, ONG Soldiers helped revive the contractor when he initially went into cardiac arrest. An AED is a portable electronic device that guides the user through proper operation to stop a cardiac arrhythmia, allowing the victim's heart to reestablish an effective rhythm.
Wayne Thomas, 1-137th administrative officer, reacted to shouts for help from the workers and found the contractor without a pulse and not breathing.
When Hamilton Township paramedics arrived on scene, they took over caring for the contractor.
The AED reduces the time it might take to receive life saving care at installations and readiness centers throughout Ohio.


With the help of a computerized narrator, the machine talks its user through the process to ensure proper operation of the device as well as to alleviate the stress of the situation.
AED machines can be found in wall mounted boxes, usually in hallways, in all Ohio National Guard installations. Neal Thompson, training noncommissioned officer for Company E, 1-137th Aviation, climbed to the roof to assist.



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