Costa Rican deal raises awareness of Zoll AEDs (automated external defibrillators)
This article was originally published in Clinica
Zoll Medical has signed a $300,000 deal to supply a Costa Rican hotel association with external defibrillators for use by non-medical, as well as medical, first responders. The agreement, signed through the Chelmsford, Massachusetts company's distributor in Costa Rica, Compania Farmin, involves Zoll's M Series and AED Plus models. Zoll's products will be supplied to all 248 members of the Chamber of Hotels.
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