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Kansas State AED Laws

 Summary of Requirements

A physician's prescription is required for AED acquisition. There is no current legislation regarding CPR/AED training. Entities acquiring an AED must notify the local emergency medical service, and those in possession must implement guidelines for proper maintenance and operation. There is no current legislation for notification of AED use.
Summary of Requirements
AED-Check.jpg Physician Physician prescription required.
CPR/AED Training No current legislation.
AED-Check.jpg EMS Notification Persons or entities which purchase or otherwise acquire an automated
external defibrillator shall notify the emergency medical service which
operates in the geographic area of the location of the automated
external defibrillator.
AED-Check.jpg Maintenance Program A person or entity which owns or leases or possesses or otherwise
controls an AED must develop, implement and follow guidelines to ensure
proper maintenance and operation of the device.
Notification of Use No current legislation.

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Good Samaritan Protection
Rescuer Purchaser Property Owner Physician Trainer
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KS Stat § 65-6149a. - 2009

Provides Good Samaritan protection for use of an AED and establishes guidelines for AED programs.

Laws / Legislation
Date Summary
K.A.R. § 71‐5‐11 2010 Outlines AED requirements for dental offices.
SB 102 2009 Establishes guidelines for automated external defibrillators and provides Good Samaritan protection.
SB 132 2003 Revises immunity protection for use of an AED.
SB 535 1997 Establishes immunity protection for use of an AED.