You can be a lifesaver
Each year sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) strikes nearly 424,000 people in the US, 700,000 people in Europe, and hundreds of thousands more worldwide. The majority of these people have no warning and have no prior symptoms. Sadly less than 6% survive, often because emergency medical services cannot reach them in time.
When SCA occurs, CPR is important, but it alone cannot restore a normal heart rhythm. A shock from a defibrillator is the only definitive way to restore the hearts normal pumping rhythm. The victims best chance of survival is to receive that shock within three minutes of collapse.
An Automated External Defibrillator enables virtually anyone to treat the most common cause of SCA by delivering a shock quickly and effectively, whenever it happens, at work, play, while traveling, providing anyone the power to save a life.
Philips HeartStart OnSite Defibrillator: Easy to operate and maintain. To use, simply pull the green handle to engage the defibrillator and follow the voice instructions. Comprehensive CPR coaching is included. Is the only AED cleared by the FDA for Over the Counter sale without a prescription.
Philips HeartStart FRx Defibrillator: Very rugged and easy to use. Like the OnSite, it offers complete voice instruction and CPR coaching. The FRx uses SMART Pads designed for all ages. No additional pediatric pads are needed. Simply insert the infant/child key and it changes to infant/child mode.
The Philips OnSite and FRx includes one 4 year battery and one set of pads. You will need to choose what type of case you would like your defibrillator to come in.
Standard Case - Extra room for a spare battery and pads.9.5"w,8.5"h,4.8"d
Slim Case - holds Defibrillator, pads and a pair of scissors. 9.5"w,8.5"h,3.5"d.
Hard Shell Plastic Case - waterproof carry case made of hard shell plastic is suited for more rigorous use, particularly in wet outdoor settings. It can also accommodate a spare battery, spare pads cartridge, and the contents of a Fast Response Kit. 13.5"w,12"h,6"d
Wall Mount Bracket
- This bracket is designed for housing either a Philips FRx, FR3 or OnSite AED
These cabinets are available in three different styles:
- Surface Mount - for easy installation without having to cut into any walls.
- Semi-recessed - is partially recessed into the wall.
- Fully recessed - sets flush within a 2" x 6" framed wall.
These cabinets are constructed of heavy-gauge steel and tempered glass. It protects the defibrillator from theft, vandalism and the elements. It is equipped with a battery-operated, audible alarm and optional strobe light that is activated when the cabinet door is opened. Alarm can be hardwired into a existing central security system, if needed.
AED Wall Sign - This wall sign is designed to hang above a wall mounted bracket or AED cabinet for increased AED visibility. Additional wall signs are available in left, right, up, or down directional arrows for additional AED visibility and location.
Fast Response Kit - This kit contains tools and supplies typically needed for patient care and personal protection of the rescuer: two pairs of hypoallergenic gloves, a one-way, non-rebreather mask, paramedic scissors, chest hair razor and large extra-absorbent paper towel in convenient carry bag that attaches to defibrillator case.
Quick Reference Guide - Instruction guide for the defibrillator (included in AED). Should be stored in the carry case.
Choose Child Pads (OnSite) or the Infant/Child Key(FRx)
- Infant/Child Key-Converts the FRx Smart Pads to Child mode without having to change the pads .The infant child key signals the FRx device that a rescuer is treating an infant or small child. When the key is inserted, the defibrillator adjusts to provide the appropriate infant/child shock level, CPR and AED instructions.
OnSite Infant/Child Pads - One set of two pediatric defibrillator pads intended for children that weigh less than 55 pounds (25kg) including infants . When the pads are inserted into the OnSite defibrillator the pads provide infant/child shock level, CPR and AED instructions.
Battery - Each AED is equipped with a disposable lithium manganese dioxide, long life, battery that will typically last for four years once inserted into the AED in standby mode. There is a standard four year warranty on batteries. A spare battery is recommended.
Implementation CD - This CD provides comprehensive AED program implementation assistance including device usage protocol, program development, presentation materials, maintenance and training logs, and an interactive product demonstration video.
AED Location Poster - Raise awareness about AEDs to employees or members of the public. Place this poster away from the AED, in the break room, copy room or locker room, indicating the location of the nearest AED.
Medical Direction - A defibrillator is a medical device, therefore, most require a prescription written by a medical doctor prior to purchase. Currently the only AED that does no require a prescription is the Philips OnSite. However some states do require medical direction for public access defibrillator programs. Your organization may be required to have a physician oversee some aspects of the AED program such as training, EMS coordination, protocol approval, standing orders and AED deployment strategies. Please contact our office to discuss medical direction requirements in your state. The Philips FRx AED does require a medical prescription for purchase. LifeGuard MD can help you determine if medical direction is needed.
Warranty - Philips offers a standard eight year warranty on the device, two year pad warranty, a four year battery warranty, and a 12 month accessory warranty. There is a limited product indemnification for the users of the Philips devices. No service contract is required to maintain indemnification benefits.
Tracking - Tracking of AED pads, battery, and warranty dates. Automatic email or mail reminders for replacement. Helps ensure compliance with state mandated AED maintenance requirements.
As a free service to our customers, LifeGuard MD partners with you to help you maintain your defibrillator. Since an AED is classified as a medical device by the FDA, the federal government has rules that regulate their manufacturing, sale, and maintenance. In order to have your AED remain compliant you must "maintain your device according to manufactures specifications". This would include changing the pads and batteries at the appropriate time. We help you track when these items expire with our free notification service. Simply provide us the information from your AED and we will notify you when your pads and batteries need to be replaced free of charge. To register your AED click the link below and fill out the form.