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AED Cabinets PDF Print E-mail

SADS UK works with the local ambulance service to provide housing for Community Public Access Defibrillators (CPAD), which must be registered with the local ambulance trust. Information provided to SADS UK will be shared with this service.

All cabinets are provided in yellow unless otherwise specified. 

Installation of the cabinet must be undertaken by a qualified electrician commissioned by the enduser.

SADS UK is not responsible for the running of any CPAD scheme. The CPAD installation should be carried out in conjunction with your local ambulance service. Insurance can sometimes be added to an existing insurance policy at a good premium, please discuss with your insurers. Parish Councils and other formalised bodies may be able to insure the equipment as part of their general cover.

Always dial 999 in an emergency and the ambulance service will respond as quickly as possible. The CPAD does not replace the ambulance service but the defibrillator can be used to save lives once the ambulance service has been called.

 Information on AED Scheme/Defibrillator Box and Big Shock Campaign
 Steel AED Cabinet Specifications
 AED Assembly Instructions
 SADS UK Cabinet Order Form 

For more info, or help getting a cabinet, please email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

EFR Conference Programme PDF Print E-mail

Notice of upcoming Emergency First Responder Conference June 7, 2017. Details and schedule.

To register, please visit: or call: 01322 660434

Newsletter PDF Print E-mail

SADS UK's latest newsletter, updating our subscribers with the latest medical information as well as events and charity information, is out!

Have you read it yet? Do so here: February 2017 (it may take a moment to load)

If you would like to subscribe to our newsletter, please email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and we will add you to our mailing list.

Life After Cardiac Arrest; So Far I Seem to be Immortal Conference PDF Print E-mail

"How do we treat people who suffer a sudden cardiac arrest? How can we help when sudden cardiac arrest strikes in the community? What does it feel like to take lifesaving action when you witness a cardiac arrest? How does it feel to survive cardiac arrest? How do individuals and families cope? What support is there? How does the increase in the number of cardiac arrest survivors impact on the health service?" 

Saturday 18th November, 9:30am–5pm. Cost £10 for individuals, £15 for couples and £20 for families

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SADS UK is delighted to welcome Dr. Thomas Keeble, Consultant Cardiologist at Essex Cardiothoracic Centre and Dr. Leonie Wong, Consultant Cardiologist at Royal Brompton Hospital. Together with talks from Paul Swindell, Sudden Cardiac Arrest UK; Anne and John Jolly SADS UK; Marco Mion, Neuropsychologist; survivor Chris Solomons; Lifesaver Tony Haines, Nurse Catherine Renwick, Paediatric Electrophysiology Clinical Nurse Specialist; a cardiac rehab nurse and Lifecoach and lifesaver David Edmonds; and SADS UK patron Dr. Hilary Jones (GMB).

Nursing Study Day PDF Print E-mail

Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust are holding a Nursing Study Day
Friday, 16 June 2017 for only £35 (price includes lunch and refreshments).

Topics will include:
• Inherited Cardiac Conditions (ICC) Services
• Cardiomyopathies
• Ion Channelopathies
• Familial Hypercholesterolemia
• Family history taking
• Genetics
• ICC Psychology

This event will be suitable for all cardiac nursing staff and allied health professionals.

For further information and registration details, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Sudden Death - National Guidelines PDF Print E-mail

Back in 2004, SADS UK were instrumental in bringing about an extension to the Department of Health National Service Framework for coronary heart disease, to assist in the well-being of those affected by cardiac arrhythmia and sudden cardiac death.

Along with SADS International, we compiled The Warning Signs, which prompt people at risk of sudden death to seek medical advice. Likewise, alongside the Department of Health and other stakeholders, we wrote Chapter 8: Arrhythmias and Sudden Cardiac Death, which was published in 2005.

These guidelines help save lives and include important pathways, such as targeted heart screening by a heart rhythm specialist if there has been a young sudden death. We distribute the Warning Signs widely in our community.

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