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Philips AED solutions

 

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 through real-time guidance, step-by-step voice commands, and CPR guidance.

Ready to act. Ready to go.

 

Designed for the ordinary person in the extraordinary moment, OnSite is ready to act and ready to go. It allows anyone with little to no training to treat the most common cause of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) by delivering a shock quickly and effectively, wherever SCA happens.

A simple step‐by‐step process with clear, adaptive voice instructions empowers even the most inexperienced responders.
A simple step‐by‐step process with clear, adaptive voice instructions empowers even the most inexperienced responders.

Easy as 1-2-3

 

When you observe someone suffering from a suspected SCA, you should act quickly. We’ve equipped OnSite with integrated SMART Pads. Just place the SMART Pads on the person’s bare skin, and they will provide feedback to the AED so it can adapt its voice instructions to your actions and your pace. The SMART Pads sense when they have been placed on the patient and when you’ve completed each step. The system won’t announce the next step until you are ready. Prompts are repeated and rephrased, and include additional instruction to aid understanding. 

Accelerated CPR delivery and potentially lifesaving defibrillation, the only definitive treatment to improve the chances of survival, are delivered fast.

Advanced technology. Proven therapy.

 

HeartStart AEDs are designed for use on adults and infants and children under 25 kg or 55 lbs. or 0-8 years old. SMART Analysis automatically assesses the person’s heart rhythm and will only deliver a shock if it is needed — even if the Shock button is pressed. You don’t need to worry about shocking someone unnecessarily.

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1 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics — 2015 Update: A Report From the American Heart Association