AED Legal Analysis for New Mexico
AED acquirer shall ensure there is a CPR/AED trained “targeted responder”, AED is maintained and tested according to the manufacturer's guidelines, registered with local EMS and physician medical oversight provided to assure compliance with the statute.
Good Samaritan protection for CPR/AED trained rescuers, acquirers and owners of property where AED is located, provided statutory requirements for training, maintenance, oversight, etc. are followed.
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