HeartSine Samaritan is now Available for Purchase in The USA!


Authorized American HeartSine distributor PurchaseAEDs.com is proud to announce the launch and availability of the Samaritan PAD 450P. HeartSine has introduced a revolutionary technology in this model they’ve named the CPR Rate Advisor.

This Samaritan PAD 450P device uses real-time visual and audible prompts to guide rescuers through CPR compressions without additional sensors. This model provides feedback to the rescuer to guide the rescuer through this life-saving process. The technology of this device is easy to understand with the help of our expert customer service representatives.

When a person collapses and receives help from the rescuer who performs CPR, the compressions applied to the chest will change its shape. This change results in an increase in the victim’s impedance or electrical resistance. This new technology uses an ICG (impedance cardiography) waveform that counts the number of compressions administered by the rescuer.

The CPR Rate Advisor determines the administered compression rate and counts deflections in the ICG waveform. It’ll advise the rescuer to “push faster” if the compression rate is below the AHA and ERC guidelines of 100-120 cpm. It prompts to “push slower” or “begin CPR”. This advanced technology ensures that proper CPR procedure is followed by the responder. This new model couples these new advancements with all of the best features of the 350P. Buy AEDs from AED One-stop Shop where experts will assess your safety needs with a public AED. HeartSine is a popular choice for workplaces such as corporations, government establishments, schools and non-profit organizations spanning across the entire United States.

PurchaseAEDs.com is amongst the first in the country to offer this compact and portable HeartSine Samaritan 450P to U.S. customers. Give us a call at 855-677-AEDs to discuss the merit of this new device. You may also contact us via e-mail to buy AEDs at Sales@PurchaseAEDs.com. This model is complementary to the existing HeartSine defibrillator deployments.