During a cardiac emergency, quick access to an Automated External Defibrillator can be the difference between life and death.

A person receiving a defibrillation, an electric shock which is aimed at restarting the heart, within 2 to 3 minutes has a 90 percent greater chance of surviving than someone who does not receive this shock. The only device that can provide this shock is an AED.

While every SUA vehicle has at least one AED on board, Syracuse University has also placed AEDs in various areas of the campus to assist those trained in CPR and defibrillation in the crucial minutes and seconds before an ambulance arrives.

The Syracuse University Ambulance operation has created a map of AED locations around campus:

If you have trouble displaying the map, you can visit SUA’s page at: http://sua.syr.edu/aed.php