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Philips AEDs

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    AEDs for offices, gyms, schools and communities


    Designed for the ordinary person in the extraordinary moment, Philips AEDs are easy to use with real-time, step-by-step voice commands to help you respond to a suspected sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). With more than two-million AEDs sold around the world, Philips AEDs can be found on board major U.S. airlines, in Fortune 100 companies, in locker rooms of professional sports teams, and throughout school classrooms, gyms and sports fields.

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    Cardiovascular disease kills up to 17 million people a year and is the #1 killer in the world*1
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    Cities where AEDs are provided increase SCA survival rates by as much as 45%*2
    For the best chance of survival from sudden cardiac arrest, CPR and a shock from an AED should be delivered within the first few minutes of collapse.3 That's why Philips AEDs have simple step-by-step process with clear voice instructions to empower even inexperienced responders.

    What is an AED and how do I use an AED?


    Philips HeartStart AEDs guide you through the process of treating a victim of suspected sudden cardiac arrest through real-time guidance, step-by-step voice commands, and CPR guidance.

    Philips AEDs are designed for the ordinary person
    The Philips OnSite AED allows anyone with little to no training to treat the most common cause of sudden cardiac arrest. Just pull the green handle to activate your OnSite defibrillator.
    It guides you through every step
    When you pull the green handle to activate your defibrillator, voice instructions will guide you through the entire process.

    Philips HeartStart AEDs (Automated External Defibrillator)

    HeartStart OnSite demo


    HeartStart FRx demo


    HeartStart Home demo


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    Learn more about AEDs and Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)

    What's an aed?

    What is an AED?


    An automated external defibrillator (AED) is a device that checks a person’s heart and delivers an electric shock if it has stopped beating normally. Learn more about AEDs and Sudden Cardiac Arrest.

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    Why Philips is the leader in AEDs


    With access to the right equipment, training and support, you can help save a life. Philips HeartStart AEDs guide you through the process of treating a victim of suspected sudden cardiac arrest. The AED provides real-time guidance through step-by-step voice commands and CPR guidance.

    1. Source: 2017, Cardiovascular diseasesWorld Health Organization (WHO),
    2. Source: Part 4: The Automated External Defibrillator,
    3. Source: American Heart Association (2013). FACTS: Every Second Counts Rural and Community Access to Emergency Devices. Retrieved July 24, 2020 from
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