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Automatic cardiac defibrillator. It is a device that will help diagnose and save the lives of patients with sudden heart attacks by using electric shocks. Makes it possible to save the patient’s life.

What is an AED?


AED abbreviation Automated External Defibrillator is Automatic cardiac defibrillator It is a portable electronic device that can automatically diagnose life-threatening arrhythmias and provide defibrillation therapy. using electric current Stops irregular heartbeat patterns To allow the heart to beat again in the correct rhythm due to arrhythmia symptoms. It is something that can happen anywhere, anytime. and if the patient has symptoms in a place that is not home or a hospital Help may not come in a timely manner. Therefore, in public places such as at train stations and department stores. Therefore, more AEDs are being installed because they are devices that can be used to provide first aid to emergency patients effectively. The person helping doesn’t need to have prior knowledge of using an AED because the general public can easily use it. Just follow the instructions of the AED, which can automatically assess the patient’s situation and provide immediate cardiac stimulation.
Using an AED to save the life of a patient in sudden cardiac arrest is not cumbersome When encountering an emergency situation, follow these 3 steps.
Step no. 1
Turn on the AED and follow the instructions on the unit.
Step 1. 2
Attach the pad to the patient’s chest.
Step. 3
Press the stimulation button with a flashing orange light to deliver electrical shock to the patient’s heart.

HeartOn A15 Specification

• Waveform Biphasic Truncated Exponential (BTE) waveform
– Energy Adult : 185 to 200J (+_5%)
– Pediatric : 45 to 50J (+_5%)
• Battery
– Discharge A minimum of 200 shocks or 5 years stand by
– Lithium manganese dioxide (Non-Rechargeable)
• Environmental Conditions
– Drop Test: 1 Metric
– Water & Dust Resistance: IP54
• Electrode Pads: Two-in-One (Pediatric/Adult)
• Charging Time: < 10 seconds typical
• Shock Analysis Time: < 10 seconds typical
• Weight: 2.65 kg. (including battery and pads)
• Dimension : 204(W) * 234(H) * 95(D) mm.

HeartOn A16 Specification

• Waveform Biphasic Truncated Exponential (BTE) waveform
– Energy Adult : 170 to 195J (+_5%)
– Pediatric : 44 to 51J (+_5%)
• Battery
– Discharge A minimum of 200 shocks or 5 years stand by
– Lithium manganese dioxide