Public Access Defibrillator
SAM PAD 350P
Heartsine Sam PAD 350P: $1175
The Samaritan PAD Public Access Defibrillator
, also commonly referred to as an AED or Automated External Defibrillator
, is an Easy-To-Use medical device specially designed to allow a non-medical, a lay person to administer life-saving treatment in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is a leading cause of death globally. Response time is critical for surviving SCA, when every minute counts. HeartSine’s Samaritan® PAD was designed especially for use in public areas by providing a sophisticated defibrillator inside a lightweight, easy-to-operate system.
The Samaritan® PAD systems senses when pads are applied to the patient, and automatically analyzes heart rhythm, advises whether or not therapy should be applied, and delivers carefully defined electrical shock designed to return the heart to a normal rhythm.
Easy to use - 2 buttons for operation- ON & SHOCK
Easy to understand - Clear, easy to understand visual and oral prompts
Integrated battery and pads - Easy to maintain, with minimal replacement parts
Biphasic SCOPE® technology - Escalating energy waveform (150/150/200J) & automatic impedance compensation
Pre-attached sensors provided in an easy accessible drawer – Designed for emergency response and quick system access
AHA/ERC 2005 Compliant
System weighs 2.4 lbs (1.1 kg)
Warranty: Unit - 5 year. Pad-Pak shelf life: 3 years from the date of manufacturer (pads and battery).
The Samaritan® PAD represents the latest in public access (AED) user technology with innovative SCOPE® biphasic waveforms which automatically compensate for differences in patient impedance. Battery and electrode pads are incorporated into one, simple Pad-Pak™ cartridge. Each system includes: Samaritan unit, Pad-Pak cartridge, zippered carry case with clear cover and separate zippered storage compartment, data port for downloading information, quick instruction card, user manual, and poster. Compatible with AHA/ERC 2005 AED/CPR rescue guidelines.
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