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ProductsSamaritan AED
Company AED Heart
Item Samaritan AED
Features Lightweight and Rugged
The robust Samaritan AED weights only 4.2lbs (1.9kg) and is suitable for a wide range of environments: ambulances, hospitals, sports facilities, and public or corporate buildings.

Innovative SCOPE Biphasic
The Samaritan AED uses Self Compensating Output Pulse Envelope (SCOPE). This provides optimum low energy, escalating (100J-150J-200J) delivery allowing for high defibrillation efficacy. The SCOPE Biphasic waveform automatically compensates the energy, slope, and pulse envelope for a wide range patients resistances.

Basic and Advanced Features
The large message display and clear voice instructions easily guide rescuers. An optional manual override and ECG display provide additional control and information for trained medical professionals.

Data-Pak Battery
The Data-Pak battery will operate the Samaritan AED for over 12 hours of continuous ECG monitoring or 120 shocks at 200J's. Built into each patented Data-Pak battery is a continuous event data storage system. Information is recorded reliably into the Data-Pak battery, eliminating the possibility of lost or damaged datacards and patient information. With the Samaritan AED and Data-Pak battery, there is no need to purchase and maintain multiple datacards or additional computer hardware to retrieve event data.

Description Basic trained rescuers will find the samaritan AED easy to operate. Advanced Rescuers (such as medical and rescue professionals) will appreciate the large ECG display, rechargeable battery, manual override, and the ECG monitoring availability on select models.

The Samaritan AED is an exceptionally well-engineered, lightweight (4lbs), easy-to-use defibrillator suited for everyone. The large display with text instructions and extensive voice prompts guide the rescuer step-by-step through the resuscitation process. Daily, weekly and monthly checks along with a visible status indicator assures that your samaritan AED is always ready to save a life.

Info AED Heart
Customer Service: (800) 637-0207
Web site: http://www.aedheart.com/

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