The LIFEPAK® Express Semi-Automatic is an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) that provides its user with the technology used in the CR Plus.
With the ADAPATIV biphasic technology it automatically increase the joules with each shock for patients that are difficult to defibrillate. Should the heart fail to respond to the initial shock, the device can deliver additional shocks, up to 360 J. This can increase the chances of successful defibrillation, with the goal of saving more lives. This AED has been widely used by medical personnel in many ambulances and hospitals in the Netherlands.
Easy in use
The LIFEPAK Express provides a lightweight and compact solution for all emergency situations. Designed for those with very little experience, this semi-automatic LIFEPAK Express requires only three steps to deliver a potentially life-saving defibrillation shock. It also features a highly visible red shock button that the rescuer presses when the defibrillator orders a shock.
An internal computer analyzes the heart rhythm, enabling people without medical training to provide potentially life-saving treatment at the touch of a button. The cost-effective battery system is lightweight and requires little maintenance; it can deliver 20 shocks with maximum energy and can easily be recharged.
Every week and every time you turn it on, the AED will perform a self-test. In addition, the defibrillator performs a comprehensive self-test every month. This makes sure it will be ready for use. The display shows the status of the battery and uses simple icons to indicate the status of the device. ECG Data can be stored for wireless transmissions to a PC.
This package includes:
• Recertified Physio-Control LIFEPAK AED
• 1 Set of elektrodes
• 1 x Battery
• Comes with 6 month warranty
• Reliable Shipping
In the past this AED was marketed by Medtronic.
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Not sure which AED to buy? Please be sure to contact us. We can advise you what the best option might be for your budget, desired features and situation.
Why does every second count?
When someone suddenly gets a cardiac arrest, the heart stops beating. It’s what happens when the hearts electrical activity becomes chaotic. The brain will also no longer receive oxygen. The longer this oxygen deficiency lasts, the more mental and physical damage it causes for the victim, if he or she survives. That is why time is an important factor.
Worldwide, sudden and unexpected cardiac death is the most common cause of death, accounting for 17 million deaths every year with sudden cardiac death accounting for 25 % of these. It can happen to anyone, anywhere. But early resuscitation and defibrillation remains the key to survival.
A defibrillator applies a brief pulse of electrical current to a heart, allowing its normal electrical system to gain control. Defibrillation is the only effective treatment for ventricular fibrillation, a fatal heart rhythm associated with sudden cardiac arrest. Although not everyone can be saved, studies show early defibrillation can dramatically improve survival rates.
An AED is a life-saving emergency aid that anyone can use to restart the heart when it is struck by a cardiac arrest. The device is fully portable and gives the heart an electric shock to bring the heartbeat back to normal.