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Philips HeartStart OnSite AED
CPR & OnSite Defibrillator Philips, the worldwide leader in automated external defibrillators (AEDs), designed the HeartStart OnSite Defibrillator for the ordinary person in the extraordinary moment.
The first and only AED available without a prescription, the OnSite is designed to be the easiest to set up and use and the most reliable defibrillator available. Their innovative technology, based on extensive research and user feedback, has produced a defibrillator so easy to use that you can potentially save the life of a coworker, friend, or anyone else stricken with sudden cardiac arrest. Weighing just 3.3 lbs/1.5 kg, the HeartStart OnSite Defibrillator is small and lightweight.
Using clear, calm voice instructions, it guides you through each step of defibrillation, including CPR coaching. Integrated SMART Pads placed on the victims bare skin sense and adapt the defibrillators instructions to your actions every step of the way. HeartStart OnSite includes highly proven Philips technologies for heart rhythm assessment (SMART Analysis) and defibrillation energy delivery (SMART Biphasic). And like all HeartStart Defibrillators, it can be used to treat infants and children as well as adults. Philips Healthcare, founded in 1891, ranks as one of the worlds largest electronics companies, and the company market AEDs throughout the world.
The United States accounts for about a third of the companys sales, but the value of life-saving AED equipment goes beyond numbers and statistics. Philips and Heart Smart proudly offer you the most affordable model at a special price, including lifetime notification and tracking support. Sudden cardiac arrest leads the cause of death in adults, and treatment delays of 4 to 5 minutes decrease survival chances by almost 40 percent. Most heart attacks occur at work or home, and prompt use of automatic external defibrillators and CPR techniques saves many lives. The Philips HeartStart OnSite AED examines cardiac-event victims and guides inexperienced bystanders in cardiopulmonary resuscitation techniques, by administering shocks at the right time to get hearts pumping again. Preparation and participation could save a life, and the life might be your own.