The ZOLL AED Plus is a reliable and easy to use Automatic External Defibrillator (AED). It uses the unique technology: CPR HELP. If the AED is not able to deliver a shock the ZOLL Plus will help with the resuscitation. It provides real-time CPR feedback on the depth and rate of chest compressions. It does this through audio- and visual commands. The adaptive metronome detects the compression tempo and guides you to achieve a minimum of 100 compressions per minute. These features significantly increase the victim’s chances of survival.
The Zoll AED Plus comes with CPR-D padz. These consist of one piece, which prevents incorrect placement of the electrodes. During CPR, the icons on the AED unit are illuminated alternately by LED lights. This makes it even clearer for the care provider which actions must be performed and in which order they must be performed.
This defibrillator has a sturdy, robust design that is resistant to dust and water. The AED Plus guides the rescuer step-by-step through the resuscitation by means of spoken instructions, a text screen and icons.
The AED Plus is further characterized by very low maintenance costs. The batteries and electrodes both have a shelf life of approximately 5 years. Therefore, it is only necessary to replace it once during the life of the defibrillator, otherwise the replacement costs for the battery and electrodes are still low. You can learn more about event data by reading out the CPR Information.
This defibrillator has a multi-functional lid that can be placed under the patient’s shoulders. This guarantees a stable head position so that the airway remains clear.
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This Zoll AED Plus package includes:
• Recertified Zoll AED
• Zoll CPR-D pads (shelf life: 5 years)
• Duracell Type 123 Lithium Batteries (set of 10)
• 6 Months warranty
• Reliable shipping
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Why does every second count?
When someone suddenly gets a cardiac arrest, the heart stops beating. It’s what happens when the hearts electrical activity becomes chaotic. The brain will also no longer receive oxygen. The longer this oxygen deficiency lasts, the more mental and physical damage it causes for the victim, if he or she survives. That is why time is an important factor.
Worldwide, sudden and unexpected cardiac death is the most common cause of death, accounting for 17 million deaths every year with sudden cardiac death accounting for 25 % of these. It can happen to anyone, anywhere. But early resuscitation and defibrillation remains the key to survival.
A defibrillator applies a brief pulse of electrical current to a heart, allowing its normal electrical system to gain control. Defibrillation is the only effective treatment for ventricular fibrillation, a fatal heart rhythm associated with sudden cardiac arrest. Although not everyone can be saved, studies show early defibrillation can dramatically improve survival rates.
An AED is a life-saving emergency aid that anyone can use to restart the heart when it is struck by a cardiac arrest. The device is fully portable and gives the heart an electric shock to bring the heartbeat back to normal.
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