DEFIBRILLATOR About AED HS1 FRX HeartStart MRx HeartStart XL DIAGNOSTIC ECG PageWriter Cardiographs PageWriter TC70 PageWriter Trim I PageWriter Trim II PageWriter Trim III Holter Monitoring DigiTrak XT Stress-Testing systems Stress Vue ECG Management TraceMasterVue
 ■ About AED What is AED (Automated External Defibrillator)? It is a device which directly inputs electronic shock to regenerate a patient’s SCA (sudden cardiac arrest) or a patient who has lost heart pulse. Why need AED? The current survival rate for sudden cardiac arrest is under 7%. The likelihood of successful resuscitation decreases by about 10% with every minute that passes. It is estimated that an additional 40,000 lives could be saved each year in the US alone with widespread access to defibrillators. SCA can be occurred to anyone, anyplace When SCA happens without noticing, the electronic system circuitry of heart becomes a short circuit and this lead heart convulsion heavily instead of normal heart beating. As a result, an irregular hearting beating occurs, known as VF (Ventricular Fibrillation). These situation may occurs to a person who never had heart failure without any pre-notification normally. The only efficient way to rehab of heart to pump again is through AED. The percentage of survival from SCA due to VF is using AED in 5 minutes. The reason why rehabilitation of heart percentage lower is that a patient could not get emergent treatment which led only 5 out of 100 survived from SCA. ■ AED Shop Link
DEFIBRILLATOR About AED HS1 FRX HeartStart MRx HeartStart XL DIAGNOSTIC ECG PageWriter Cardiographs PageWriter TC70 PageWriter Trim I PageWriter Trim II PageWriter Trim III Holter Monitoring DigiTrak XT Stress-Testing systems Stress Vue ECG Management TraceMasterVue
 ■ About AED What is AED (Automated External Defibrillator)? It is a device which directly inputs electronic shock to regenerate a patient’s SCA (sudden cardiac arrest) or a patient who has lost heart pulse. Why need AED? The current survival rate for sudden cardiac arrest is under 7%. The likelihood of successful resuscitation decreases by about 10% with every minute that passes. It is estimated that an additional 40,000 lives could be saved each year in the US alone with widespread access to defibrillators. SCA can be occurred to anyone, anyplace When SCA happens without noticing, the electronic system circuitry of heart becomes a short circuit and this lead heart convulsion heavily instead of normal heart beating. As a result, an irregular hearting beating occurs, known as VF (Ventricular Fibrillation). These situation may occurs to a person who never had heart failure without any pre-notification normally. The only efficient way to rehab of heart to pump again is through AED. The percentage of survival from SCA due to VF is using AED in 5 minutes. The reason why rehabilitation of heart percentage lower is that a patient could not get emergent treatment which led only 5 out of 100 survived from SCA. ■ AED Shop Link
DEFIBRILLATOR About AED HS1 FRX HeartStart MRx HeartStart XL DIAGNOSTIC ECG PageWriter Cardiographs PageWriter TC70 PageWriter Trim I PageWriter Trim II PageWriter Trim III Holter Monitoring DigiTrak XT Stress-Testing systems Stress Vue ECG Management TraceMasterVue
 ■ About AED What is AED (Automated External Defibrillator)? It is a device which directly inputs electronic shock to regenerate a patient’s SCA (sudden cardiac arrest) or a patient who has lost heart pulse. Why need AED? The current survival rate for sudden cardiac arrest is under 7%. The likelihood of successful resuscitation decreases by about 10% with every minute that passes. It is estimated that an additional 40,000 lives could be saved each year in the US alone with widespread access to defibrillators. SCA can be occurred to anyone, anyplace When SCA happens without noticing, the electronic system circuitry of heart becomes a short circuit and this lead heart convulsion heavily instead of normal heart beating. As a result, an irregular hearting beating occurs, known as VF (Ventricular Fibrillation). These situation may occurs to a person who never had heart failure without any pre-notification normally. The only efficient way to rehab of heart to pump again is through AED. The percentage of survival from SCA due to VF is using AED in 5 minutes. The reason why rehabilitation of heart percentage lower is that a patient could not get emergent treatment which led only 5 out of 100 survived from SCA. ■ AED Shop Link
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 ■ About AED What is AED (Automated External Defibrillator)? It is a device which directly inputs electronic shock to regenerate a patient’s SCA (sudden cardiac arrest) or a patient who has lost heart pulse. Why need AED? The current survival rate for sudden cardiac arrest is under 7%. The likelihood of successful resuscitation decreases by about 10% with every minute that passes. It is estimated that an additional 40,000 lives could be saved each year in the US alone with widespread access to defibrillators. SCA can be occurred to anyone, anyplace When SCA happens without noticing, the electronic system circuitry of heart becomes a short circuit and this lead heart convulsion heavily instead of normal heart beating. As a result, an irregular hearting beating occurs, known as VF (Ventricular Fibrillation). These situation may occurs to a person who never had heart failure without any pre-notification normally. The only efficient way to rehab of heart to pump again is through AED. The percentage of survival from SCA due to VF is using AED in 5 minutes. The reason why rehabilitation of heart percentage lower is that a patient could not get emergent treatment which led only 5 out of 100 survived from SCA. ■ AED Shop Link