AED Defibrillator

HeartSine is the international market leader in the defibrillator sector for home and public use. What price can you put on the life of a family member or work colleague? HST would like to see a defibrillator placed next to every fire extinguisher (required by law), as the newest addition to life saving equipment to aid in the early treatment of Sudden Cardiac Arrest.

So far in 2013, here in Australia, we have had 4 successful resuscitations with the Samaritan 500P, and 1 with the 300P. That’s 5 out of 5 (100%)!. A pretty rewarding result!

Watch this video on Using a Heartsine AED Defibrillator:

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The HeartSine PDU400 is the world’s cheapest Lay Rescuer defibrillator. The device is maintenance-free and batteries and electrodes are durable for 5 years.Warranty is 5 years also.

Besides modern technology the device is of course CE/ISO certified and is up to the mark for adults and children from the age of eight up or children who weigh more than 25 kg. After switching on the device, you receive step by step instructions how to proceed. Additionally the device supports you during CPR. An integrated memory saves data for later evaluation.

Click on the links below for more information and to order:

Personal Defibrillation Unit PDU 400 – $1560.00

At home, in private, in free-time 

  • Please check on delivery time before ordering*
  • CE/ISOIP44
  • Has a 5 Years Guarantee with 5 Years stand by time.
  • Integrated memory / Automatic self check / CPR support /Audio and Visual aids / Loading time less than 8 seconds.
  • Available for adults and children over 8 years of age.

 

HeartSine PAD 300P – $1950.00

For Commercial Use

  • CE/ISO
  • IP56
  • Has a 10 Year Guarantee, and 3.5 Years stand by integrated memory.
  • Integrated memory / Automatic self check / CPR support /Audio and Visual aids / Loading time less than 8 seconds.
  • Available for adults and children.

In hotels, schools, restaurants, companies, clubs, shopping centers, sports clubs, aviation and shipping, doctor’s offices, hospitals….

The PAD 300P device can be used for SCA victims from the age of 8 and above utilizing the Adult Pad Pak. For smaller children the PAD 300P has a “Special” Paediatric Pad Pak available. HST offers the only device to incorporate the Electrodes and Battery into one cassette for ease of use and the reduction of downtime following deployment.

The PAD 300P is maintenance free as are all HST devices. If you want an annual safety check on the device this can be carried out. The device is fully CE Marked and FDA approved for use around the world. Software updates are free of charge.The hardware is guaranteed for 10 years and the unit is maintenance free with only one replaceable part after use.

The HST samaritan PAD model 300P: suitable for use by trained lay users, semi professionals and professional users alike. The device is a life saver for private, business, commercial and professional use.

The Heartsine PAD 500P – $2980.00

Unrivaled CPR and Feedback

  • CE 0120
  • ISO 13485
  • IP56
  • 10 year guarantee, 3.5 year standby time battery life
  • Patented CPR feedback technologyIntegrated memory / Automatic self check / CPR support /Audio and Visual aids / Loading time less than 8 seconds.
  • Available for adults and children.

Giving an electric shock is very easy! The “shock” is just a measure to improve the victim’s chance of surviving. After having given the shock, the so called CPR has to be carried out. No matter if you are a layman or a professional rescuer:70% of all CPR is carried out inadequately!

We have risen to the challenge of CPR and designed the HST PAD500P to meet the challenge of CPR and improve patient outcomes! (References available). Defibrillation is easy; CPR is the hard part…Now, HeartSine can provide a solution to this problem with the introduction of The HeartSine Samaritan PAD with CPR Advisor model 500P.
CPR stands for Cardio Pulmonary(lung)Resuscitation which is a combination of pushing the heart to circulate blood to all the vital organs and breathing into the victim to give them oxygen.

There has been a lot of research into the best way to resuscitate a patient and the results of that have been built into the HeartSine PAD 500P guidance.The HeartSine PAD 500P uses a patented Impedance Cardiogram (ICG)to assess how good the CPR is – are the compressions hard enough? The ICG measures Impedance changes in blood volume in the chest cavity which determines effective CPR. Since the blood volume is related to how fast the compressions are applied as well as how hard, the PAD can guide you on both – for example– ‘push faster, good compressions’ mean the compressions are too slow but the pressure is good. Likewise,‘push harder’ means more pressure is needed before concerning yourself with the speed.

The simple objective is to ensure that the green indicators are on during CPR with the voice prompting‘good compressions’. One amber light means that either CPR is not being applied at all, or it is too gentle and too slow. All amber lights showing mean you are not applying enough pressure. All lights on mean you are OK. The aural ‘clicks’ will help you keep time.However, if good CPR is to be achieved at all, it is really important that the electrodes and the hands are placed correctly as the device cannot remove the need for CPR training.The electrodes must be placed on the Apex – underneath their left arm at the bottom of the ribcage, and the sternum– over the heart itself. Hands must be clasped and placed two fingers up from the bottom of the centre of the ribcage. Hands must not touch the electrodes. For this reason, HeartSine strongly advises you to take a short training course in CPR.

 

 

 

 

FACTS:
More than 80% of all cardiac deaths happen at home, in your spare time or at work. In Australia almost 30,000 people die of Sudden Cardiac Arrest a year.It can happen to anybody!Large, small, smokers, non-smokers, ill and healthy people. We could all be affected. The people at highest risk are those with a family history or related diseases; cardiac infarction, diabetes or a stroke. A cardiac arrest happens suddenly, and often without any early symptoms. The heart is beating randomly, the victim is losing consciousness, the victim goes into respiratory arrest and dies. 

 

THE ONLY CHANCE of survival is an immediate attempt at resuscitation and for an electrical shock to be delivered to the heart by a defibrillator. In such an emergency, these measures need to be taken within the first 10 minutes of the patients collapse. Most incidents happen at home, at work or in your spare time.The period between making the emergency 000 call and the rescue services arriving can often be outside the 10 minute window. But, if a lay person or medic can deliver an electrical shock (from a defibrillator)within a few minutes and CPR is performed, the SCA victim has a very good chance at survival.

 

“The Price is too high! It requires maintenance’’

We offer an intelligent device which analyses the cardiac rhythm automatically. The device decides whether a life-saving electrical shock has to be delivered to the victim, or whether CPR is to be performed.The device guarantees additional security by a guiding tone during the resuscitation attempt. In addition the device is maintenance free. Whether purchasing, renting or leasing “The Price is too high! It requires maintenance“ is no longer accepted.

Its Child’s Play!

We offer a solution for every user and one that suits every purse! Despite extensive recommendations by aid organisations and former victims families there still isn’t sufficient coverage of defibrillators throughout our country to aid greater survival rates.The handling of our devices are very easy and a step by step prompt will assist the user over the rescue period.

Every Second Counts

Every minute that goes by during an SCA, where there is no shock administered to the victim, reduces the chance of the survival by 10%

Knowledge

Everyday throughout the country, about 80 people die due a sudden cardiac arrest. In the next 12 months every fifth hundredth person will be affected by some form of cardiac condition.