Automated External Defibrillator Reviews: Heartsine Samaritan Aed

Automated External Defibrillator Reviews

How to use a defibrillator the Heartsine Samaritan PAD Aed

This Heartsine Samaritan Aed is designed to be used easily by a lay person like other Physio-Control products. It comes only in a semi-automatic model and is perfect for defibrillating a victim of sudden cardiac arrest. You get step by step voice prompts to guide you through the process while the internal computer gives you the heart rate of the victim. Automated External Defibrillator Reviews Heartsine Samaritan Defibrillator

  • CPR rescue attempts using heartstart AED’s improves survival rates by as much as 49%.
  • Every single day 1,000 adults die from Sudden Cardiac Arrest in the US i.e. about 350,000 each year.
  • Heart diseases take more than 930,000 American lives a year.
  • It is possible to save 20,000 to 100,000 lives if AED programs are implemented effectively.
  • AED assistance can save the lives of up to 90% of its victims, if help is provided within the first minute of sudden cardiac arrest.
  • With every passing minute until defibrillation, the victim’s survival rate decreases by 10%.

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Philips 5070 Onsite AedThe device analyzes rhythm of the heart and prompts you if the patient needs to be defibrillated. The fully automatic version, on the other hand, requires the rescuer to apply the electrodes and it does the rest. It analyzes the heart’s rhythm and administers a shock if it is required. This device is a perfect partner for the rescuer in emergency situations.

Philips onsite AED device is ideal for EMS, police, firemen, etc.; it is also used by infrequent users. LIFEPAK CR® Plus is one of the most popular AED models around the globe. This device guides the rescuer through the entire process through voice prompts. Apart from being rugged, this device is sleek and lightweight too.;

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