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HeartSine Samaritan PAD 350P Defibrillator Semi-Automatic

Original price was: $2,495.00.Current price is: $2,195.00.

Features and Benefits:

  • 8-year warranty
  • World Leading CPR Advisor
  • Semi-Automatic Shock Delivery
  • Easy to Follow Visual and Verbal Guides
  • Durable
  • Compact and Lightweight
  • Advanced Technology
  • Single Battery/Pad Cartridge – Replaced every 4 years

The HeartSine samaritan PAD 350p Defibrillator is a compact and easy-to-use lifesaving technology. AEDs can analyse and restore the heart to normal rhythm in victims of SCA by delivering an electrical shock. The HeartSine 350p AED is designed to be user-friendly with visual and audio prompts to guide the rescuer from pad application to shock delivery, if required.

How to use the Heartsine samaritan PAD 350p Defibrillator

The HeartSine Samaritan 350P Defibrillator has all the features of the 500P Defibrillator except for the CPR advisor technology. This public access defibrillator has a 8-year warranty and a unique combined battery and pad-pack with a 4-year life from date of manufacture. After an event the complete pad-pak is replaced, which means you have a brand new battery for the next event. This is more cost-effective than many other devices with expensive so-called long-life batteries when calculated over the life of the device.

The samaritan PAD 350P Defibrillator device can be used for sudden cardiac arrest victims from the age of 8 and above utilising the Adult Pad Pak. For smaller children, the HeartSine PAD 350P has a Special Paediatric Pad Pak available. HeartSine offers the only device to incorporate the Electrodes and Battery into one cassette for ease of use and the reduction of downtime following deployment.

  • 8-year warranty – The longest in the industry
  • Free replacement Pad-pak after genuine use (conditions apply)
  • IP56 Dust and Moisture ingress protection – the highest in the industry
  • Metronome for correct speed CPR
  • Software updates via USB
  • Made in Ireland by the inventors of the first portable defibrillator

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