Easy to Use
This defibrillator has been found to be the easiest to use on the market by researchers at the University of Illinois Medical Center. Step-by-step audio (and visual for View package) cues guide you through use of the device. There are no zipper cases, swing doors, or multiple icon pictures to deal with—all of which can waste vital seconds.
The audio version has just 2 buttons, which are clearly labeled—a green one to turn the unit on, and a red one to shock the patient if needed. Clear voice prompts guide you through the rescue, and 3 progress lights let you see where you are at. These lights are labeled: check pads, do not touch patient, and analyzing. Each step is clearly said aloud by the machine.
The visual version offers you a large, full-color interactive display that provides step-by-step instructions for performing CPR, rescue breathing, and external defibrillation. In an emergency, you might not remember how many compressions you are giving, but this device walks through each step, eliminates any confusion, and helps keep users calm.
This durable and portable model can be easily transported wherever emergency strikes. Quickly take it to the gym, outside, or to a classroom across the school. A bright active status indicator light simplifies maintenance, and a 7-year battery life limits the cost of ownership. Should you need to use the defibrillator on a younger or smaller patient, there is a low-energy wayform option that sends the appropriate shock.
All packs include FDA-required physician’s prescription, LifeLine AED and battery, 2 sets of adult shock pads, CPR mask, and gloves. Mobile and Deluxe Packs include the audio option only; View add visual prompts.