Having a life-saving defibrillator on site is essential for ensuring that quick action is taken in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Many instances occur suddenly and without any prior indication that the victim was at risk, in fact SCA can happen to anyone whether old, young, healthy, overweight, a smoker or not.
A victim of SCA is three times more likely to survive if they receive early defibrillation and for every minute that passes chances of survival reduce by 7-10%. It is crucial that CPR and defibrillation are applied as soon as possible following a cardiac arrest.
Defibrillators are available in two versions: Semi-Auto, which measures the patient's heart rate and prompts the user to administer a life-saving shock when necessary, or fully automatic which administers the shock without the user's input.
LED lights flash with the corresponding visual and voice prompts to assist resuscitation
Allows students to experience what it’s like to help save a life with the AED Plus
Rapid Shock technology provides a shock within 3 seconds of patient analysis
Guidance states every defibrillator should be kept with a number of accessories/consumables to ensure that it is always ready for use
Works with a live Zoll AED to allow training of the full functionality for students
For use with the ZOLL AED 3 defibrillator range - check batteries and pads regularly
Contains the basic items typically required in AED emergency to prepare for resuscitation
Simple push-button operation, users are guided through each step with clear information
Simple to operate – the user is guided by images, LED indicators and audio prompts
Visual and audible prompts assist the user in administering life-saving shocks
Easy operation and friendly interface guides the user to deliver life-saving shocks
Analyses heart rate and prompts the user to deliver a life-saving shock when necessary
Life-saving technology for under £1000 with this portable and affordable defibrillator