Welcome to the world of defibrillators. Now, because we sell defibs from every manufacturer, we are the only independent provider of AEDs guaranteed to give you helpful and impartial advice on which product is right for you.
The only effective treatment for a person who has suffered a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is the combined administration of CPR and the use of a defibrillator. A defibrillator will deliver an electrical shock to stop the irregular rhythm and allow the heart's natural pacemaker to restart the natural rhythm.
We live and breathe this stuff, so we understand how confusing this can be when you start your defib journey.
Choosing a defibrillator
To start with, defibrillators have what we call IP ratings and different models are designed for different environments. Thankfully we know which defib will work best for you and we’ll find the right one within your budget.
Plus all defibrillators now come with a 10 year warranty deal and an optional reminder service, which we can provide where we are able to let you know when pads and batteries are expiring.
We know quite a few people come to us worried about hurting an SCA victim if a defibrillator needs to be used, so quite simply we’ll answer that question right now, No, you cannot hurt someone.
All AEDs have built-in safeguards to prevent them from delivering a shock to someone who does not need to be shocked. If an AED is to be used on an infant or child, then paediatric pads can easily be attached to the defibrillator.
In addition, we also provide products such as mechanical CPR devices that can prove invaluable if it is necessary to wait for a defibrillator to arrive.
So if you have questions, doubts or are unsure about what you need, consult our buyer’s guide or give us a call on 0845 071 0830 and speak to a member of our expert Customer Care Team, who will help you decide which life-saving defibrillator will meet your needs.