HeartSine Samaritan PAD 450P AED Workplace & Community Bundle
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The HeartSine Samaritan PAD 450P AED is a brand new device from one of the most innovative makers, HeartSine. This small and light AED has a unique CPR Advisor that gives real-time coaching for CPR rate. This HeartSine 450P Workplace & Community bundle features absolutely everything you’ll need to protect lives including cabinet and key accessories.
What’s the in the box?
• HeartSine Samaritan PAD 450P AED
• Deluxe Carry Case from HeartSine
• Pad-Pak combined Battery and Pad Set with 4-Year Expiration
• purchaseAEDs.com Rescue Kit (CPR mask, shears, razor, etc.)
• Surface Mount Metal AED Cabinet
• 3-Dimensional Wall Sign
• Warranty Info & Registration Card
• User Manual & Instructional DVD
• HeartSineRx.com Prescription
8-Year Manufacturer Warranty
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While some cardiac events are treatable with effective Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) alone, others require a combination of effective CPR and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) to deliver a lifesaving shock within the first few minutes of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). In both cases, effective CPR contributes to an increase in survival rates of up to 75%.
With its revolutionary technology, HeartSine Samaritan PAD 450P’s proprietary CPR Rate Advisor uses only the defibrillator electrodes to determine the rate of CPR being applied, without the addition of accelerometers (or pucks) commonly used in other AED solutions. Easy-to-Follow Visual and Verbal Guides. Easy-to-understand visual and voice prompts guide a user through the entire CPR process, providing specific feedback on the rate of compressions.
More than a simple AED, HeartSine’s Samaritan PAD 450P with integrated CPR Rate Advisor™ provides real-time visible and audible feedback to the rescuer on the rate of CPR compressions during an SCA resuscitation.