AED Legal Analysis for Iowa

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Summary

Iowa does not have statutes requiring training or placement of AED in specific locations. Medical oversight is not mandated.
Good Samaritan protections are provided to rescuers and to AED acquirers, owners and premises managers if the AED is maintained in a condition for immediate use.

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