The MIKEY was located in a doctors office, which is part of the City of Kawartha Lakes Family Health Team. A doctor at the clinic used the AED, which after the first shock, was successful in getting the patients heart beating again. The patient was then brought to the hospital for further treatment.
The City of Kawartha Lakes announced last year that all high risk public buildings in the city have been equipped with public access defibrillators (which we call MIKEYs).
Having a MIKEY available gave this man a second chance at life. This is another example of why having an AED available in the first minutes of a cardiac emergency is so important. If we have our way, MIKEYs will be as common as fire extinguishers in public places.