About the Nevada Project Heartbeat AED Registry
The Nevada Project Heartbeat AED Registry enhances your ability to help sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) victims.
Registering your AEDs can help save lives in your area by allowing your local 9-1-1 agency to know the location of your AEDs. AEDs can then be quickly found and used when needed.
By registering your device in the registry, you are satisfying NRS 450B.610, which provides for the notification of AED purchases to the State. You will also receive free timely email reminders to check your AEDs and replace the batteries and electrodes when needed. This will assure proper maintenance of your AED.
Created in 2006, the goal of Nevada Project Heartbeat (NPH) is to improve the survivability of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) victims in the State of Nevada. It was the first state-wide Public Access Defibrillation (PAD) program in the United States. The project has been raising citizen awareness of SCA and providing places of business, public agencies, and other organizations with the tools and training needed to make Automated External Defibrillation (AEDs) accessible, affordable, and potentially life-saving.