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    Philips HeartStart Onsite AED is for the ordinary person in the extraordinary moment.  Philips HeartStart Onsite AED is unsurpassed in ease of use.   It is available without a prescription.   The HeartStart OnSite Defibrillator is designed with innovative technology, based on extensive research and user feedback, that has produced an AED defibrillator so easy to use that you can potentially save the life of a co-worker, friend, or anyone else stricken with sudden cardiac arrest. Philips HeartStart Onsite AED Weighs just 3.3 lbs.This small and lightweight defibrillator can be easily carried to the victim’s side. Using clear, natural voice instructions, the HeartStart OnSite Defibrillator guides you through each step of defibrillation.  Designed to not slow you down or leave you behind, it paces and adapts voice instructions to your actions every step of the way. It even reminds you to call emergency medical services (EMS).  Philips HeartStart Onsite AED’s On-demand CPR Coaching helps the stressed user recall their training. Ready when needed. Every meticulously built HeartStart OnSite Defibrillator goes through a 120 point test before it leaves the factory. On the job, the OnSite automatically conducts self-tests every single day, not just weekly. It performs over 80 different tests in all. Even the pads are tested for readiness. Effective. The electric medicine delivered by the HeartStart OnSite is the most proven in the industry. Over 40 studies confirm its effectiveness. Philips HeartStart Onsite AED’s high-current/low energy therapy ensures a potent defibrillation dose, while minimizing side effects that are harmful to a fragile heart. So the OnSite can deliver its most powerful therapy from the very first shock.   Recent studies have shown that CPR is even more vital to survival than previously realized. Yet its benefits dissipate in seconds. Delivering a shock quickly after chest compressions is critical. The HeartStart OnSite’s Quick Shock feature delivers therapy in just 8 seconds (typical) after chest compressions. Other devices can take 2 or 3 three times that, reducing the likelihood of shock success, and potentially, survival. Give your early defibrillation program the best chance for success. With HeartStart Essentials AED Program Management Services (available in the US), AED Professionals' experts can draw on a wealth of experience to help you get your program started on the right foot, with pre-implementation consulting and site assessments. We can help manage your everyday needs, including medical direction from a licensed physician, AED/CPR training, web-based program management, and case management software.

     

     

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    Philips HeartStart OnSite AED Package is for those who want to setup a quick successful early defibrillation program for an emergency care and/or to meet mandated city, state or Federal regulations. The Philips HeartStart OnSite AED package comes complete with all the basic AED essentials. We offer quantity discounts on aeds for home, schools, churches, government, law enforcement agencies and EMT Professionals  ●►More Information
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    Philips HeartStart OnSite AED Package with First Aid Emergency Oxygen is for those who want to setup a quick successful early defibrillation program for an emergency care and/or to meet mandated city, state or Federal regulations. The Philips HeartStart OnSite AED package comes complete with all the basic AED essentials.  Please remember you are likely to use emergency oxygen 50 times more than an AED, according to statistics.●►More Information 
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    Essential Facts about AED Defibrillators

    An automated external defibrillator ( AED ) or automatic external defibrillator is a portable electronic device that automatically diagnoses the potentially life threatening cardiac arrhythmias of ventricular fibrillation.  With modern technology, an automatic external defibrillator is able to treat them through defibrillation. Having an AED close by can mean the difference between life and death for a victim of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).  Automated external defibrillators ( AEDs ) are designed to be simple to use for the layman, and the use of AEDs is taught in many first aid, first responder and basic life support (BLS) level CPR classes.  An automated external defibrillator  AED is used in cases of life threatening cardiac arrhythmias which have led to cardiac arrest.  AEDs are designed to be used by lay persons. This is in contrast to more sophisticated manual and semi-automatic defibrillators used by health professionals.  Automated external defibrillators ¾  automatic external defibrillators ¾  AEDs are generally either held by trained personnel who will attend events or are public access units which can be found in places including corporate and government offices, shopping centers, airports, restaurants, casinos, hotels, sports stadiums, schools and universities, community centers, fitness centers, health clubs, workplaces and any other location where people may congregate. The location of a public access AED should take into account where large groups of people gather, regardless of age or activity. Children as well as adults may fall victim to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). In many areas, emergency vehicles are likely to carry AEDs, with some ambulances carrying an AED in addition to manual defibrillators. Police or fire vehicles often carry an AED for first responder use. Some areas have dedicated community first responders, who are volunteers tasked with keeping an AED and taking it to any victims in their area. AEDs are also increasingly common on commercial airlines, cruise ships, and other transportation facilities. In order to make them highly visible, public access AEDs often are brightly colored, and are mounted in protective cases near the entrance of a building. When these protective cases are opened or the defibrillator is removed, some will sound a buzzer to alert nearby staff to their removal, though this does not necessarily summon emergency services; trained AED operators should know to phone for an ambulance when sending for or using an AED. In September 2008, the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation issued a 'universal AED sign' to be adopted throughout the world to indicate the presence of an AED.

    A trend that is developing is the purchase of AEDs to be used in the home, particularly by those with known existing heart conditions. The number of automated external defibrillator ( AED ) devices in the community has grown as prices have fallen to affordable levels. There has been some concern among medical professionals that these home users do not necessarily have appropriate training, and many advocate the more widespread use of community responders, who can be appropriately trained and managed. Typically, an AED kit will contain a face shield for providing a barrier between patient and first aider during rescue breathing; a pair of nitrile rubber gloves; a pair of trauma shears for cutting through a patient's clothing to expose the chest; a small towel for wiping away any moisture on the chest, and a razor for shaving those with very hairy chests. Most manufacturers recommend checking the AED before every period of duty or on a regular basis for fixed units. Some AED units need to be switched on in order to perform a self check; other AED models have a self check system built in with a visible indicator. All manufacturers mark their AED pads with an expiry date, and it is important to ensure that the AED pads are in date. This is usually marked on the outside of the AED pads. Some Automated external defibrillator AEDs models are designed to make this date visible through a 'window', although others will require the opening of the case to find the date stamp. An AED is external because the operator applies the electrode pads to the bare chest of the victim, as opposed to internal defibrillators, which have electrodes surgically implanted inside the body of a patient. Automatic refers to the unit's ability to automatically analyse the patient's condition, and to assist this, the vast majority of AED units have spoken prompts, and some may also have visual displays to instruct the user. When turned on or opened, the AED will instruct the user to connect the electrodes ( AED pads) to the patient. Once the AED pads are attached, everyone should avoid touching the patient so as to avoid false readings by the unit. The pads allow the AED to examine the electrical output from the heart and determine if the patient is in a shockable rhythm (either ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia). If the AED Defibrillator device determines that a shock is warranted, it will use the battery to charge its internal capacitor in preparation to deliver the shock. This system is not only safer (charging only when required), but also allows for a faster delivery of the electrical current. When charged, the device instructs the user to ensure no one is touching the victim and then to press a button to deliver the shock; human intervention is usually required to deliver the shock to the patient in order to avoid the possibility of accidental injury to another person (which can result from a responder or bystander touching the patient at the time of ths shock). Depending on the AED manufacturer and particular defibrillator model, after the shock is delivered most AEDs will analyze the victim and either instruct that CPR be given, or administer another shock. Many AEDs have an 'event memory' which store the ECG of the patient along with details of the time the unit was activated and the number and strength of any shocks delivered. Some AEDs also have voice recording abilities to monitor the actions taken by the personnel in order to ascertain if these had any impact on the survival outcome. All this recorded data can be either downloaded from the AED to a computer or printed out so that the providing organisation or responsible body is able to see the effectiveness of both CPR and defibrillation. Defibrillators available to the public may be semi-automatic or fully automatic. Fully automatic units, AEDs, are likely to have few buttons, often activating as soon as the case is opened, and possibly just one button to shock, or in some cases this will be performed automatically. The user has no input in the operation of the unit apart from attaching the pads and following the prompts. Health care professionals and other trained responders may use a semi-automatic defibrillator, which is likely to have an ECG readout display, and the possibility to override the rhythm analysis software. This allows trained personnel to provide a higher level of care.

    Philips HearStart OnSite AED has been approved by the FDA and is available without a prescription.  Philips supplies all HearStart OnSite AED accessories that are an integral part of a lifesaving solution, enabling the highest level  of performance for resuscitation needs.  With more than a half a million AEDs deployed worldwide, more workplaces, schools and communities place their trust in Philips HeartStart AEDs than any other brand when establishing early defibrillation programs.  Philips HearStart OnSite AEDs have earned this trust because of their clinical leadership in both early defibrillation and quality CPR and HearStart OnSite has been FDA approved.

    Everyone who uses an AED at home or elsewhere should have CPR and AED training, which typically is a three or four-hour course.  Many organizations offer onsite AED training.  Be sure to find a nationally certified AED course, such as those available through the American Heart Association, American Red Cross or National Safety Council.

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