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  • ZOLL AED Plus - Complete Package
  • ZOLL AED Plus - Complete Package
  • ZOLL AED Plus - Complete Package
  • ZOLL AED Plus - Complete Package
  • ZOLL AED Plus - Complete Package
  • ZOLL AED Plus - Complete Package
  • ZOLL AED Plus - Complete Package
  • ZOLL AED Plus - Complete Package
  • ZOLL AED Plus - Complete Package

ZOLL AED Plus - Complete Package

Brand: ZOLL
Product Code: 20100000101011060PKG

What's Included:

  • ZOLL AED Plus Defibrillator
  • Set of 10 Lithium Batteries, 1 set ZOLL CPR D Padz
  • ZOLL CPR-D Padz
  • ZOLL AED Plus Soft Carry Case
  • Surface Mount Wall Cabinet for ZOLL AED Plus
  • AED 3D Wall Sign, AED Flat Wall Sign
  • AED Bonus Pack 
  • FREE AED Management!   Automatic notification when supplies expire.  Expert customer service!
  • FREE VR Simulation Goggles!!( while supplies last) VR Goggles allow use of Zoll's Virtual Rescue app.

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Fully 2015 Guidelines-compliant!

When the ZOLL AED Plus® detects a shockable heart rhythm, it delivers the shock on its own, with no rescuer intervention required. No one needs to push a button. Once the AED Plus Defibrillator prompts, “DON’T TOUCH PATIENT,” and the heart analysis begins, if a shock is needed it will be delivered automatically after a brief verbal countdown.

When a cardiac arrest occurs, the fact is that only half of the victims will need a shock. However, all will require cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

You deserve an automated external defibrillator (AED) that is fully automatic and helps you all the time. And only one AED can actually see when you are doing CPR and help you do it well. You need more than just commands, without assistance. That's not smart, and it's certainly not help.

The ZOLL AED Plus Defibrillator features Real CPR Help®, a CPR feedback tool that is able to actually see what you are doing and provide feedback to help you do it well. Audio and visual prompts help you rescue with confidence and clarity unmatched by any other AED.

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Features & Benefits:

  • Our ZOLL® AED Plus® includes a LCD screen at no additional cost showing voice prompt messages, device advisory messages, elapsed time, shock count and chest compression graph.
  • ZOLL®’s AED Plus® is the only AED that features Real CPR Help, ™ a tool that can actually see your chest compressions and guide you to the correct rate and depth during CPR. No other AED provides Real CPR Help™.
  • One Electrode is Easier than Two: The CPR-D•padz™ is a one-piece, pre-connected pair of electrodes with Real CPR Help. By using CPR hand placement as the landmark, it is easy to place the CPR-D•padz, ™, on the victim quickly. Traditional 2 piece Stat•padz II electrodes are also available.
  • Consumer Batteries for Convenience and Savings: the AED Plus is the only AED to use inexpensive, consumer lithium batteries that are easy to replace and last five years in stand-by mode.
  • A picture is worth a thousand words. The AED Plus’ unique graphical interface – pictures combined with
    text displays and voice prompts – helps rescuers every step of the way.
  • Waveform: Rectilinear Biphasic. Only biphasic waveform cleared by the FDA to be labeled as clinically superior to monophasic waveforms for the conversion of ventricular fibrillation in high-impedance patients. It allows the AED Plus to deliver more current than any other AED when it matters most.
  • Escalating, low energy waveform: Automatic pre-programmed selection (120J, 150J, 200J)
  • Fast Shock Charge Time: less than 10 seconds with new batteries.
  • ZOLL’s CPR-D•padz, ™ with 5 year shelf life & consumer grade lithium batteries significantly reduce electrode the cost of AED ownership.
  • Automatic Self Tests
  • 5 Year AED Warranty! (7 year warranty if registered online after purchase!)
  • New AHA guidelines compliant!

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What Semi- and Fully-Automatic AEDs Have in Common

Both fully- and semi-automatic AEDs function largely the same way:

  • Both types of AEDs require that the rescuer properly apply the electrode pads to the patient.
  • When using either type of AED to deliver a shock, nobody else can be touching the patient when the shock is administered.
  • Neither a semi-automatic nor a fully-automatic AED will shock a patient unless the device detects a shockable rhythm in the patient’s heartbeat. This means there’s no risk in “accidentally” shocking or hurting a person with a normally functioning heart who just happens to be unconscious.
  • Depending on the make and model of the AED, rescue instructions will be provided via voice and may include text prompts or light indicators. CPR instructions may also be provided.
  • Both types of AEDs provide a life-saving shock to someone experiencing a cardiac event.

Benefits of a Semi-Automatic AED

With a semi-automatic AED, if the unit advises the rescuer that a shock is required, the rescuer has two specific actions to take:

  1. Ensure everyone is clear and nobody is touching the patient.
  2. Push the flashing shock button.

Semi-automatic AEDs provide the rescuer(s) with control over when the shock is administered. This can be desirable because it allows rescuers to ensure nobody is in contact with the patient’s body at the time of shock. While an AED won’t shock a patient unless a shockable rhythm is detected, the device doesn’t know if someone else is touching the patient. Delivering an appropriate shock will be beneficial to the patient but may also leak to another person who’s touching the patient at the time the shock is delivered. This may be unpleasant, to say the least, but may also bleed off current needed to re-establish an effective heartbeat.

Benefits of a Fully-Automatic AED

Once the electrode pads are applied to the patient, a fully-automatic AED administers the shock automatically when needed, without any further human action. It gives the rescuer time to stop CPR, advises them to not touch the patient, and gives a countdown to the shock. An example would be: “Shock advised. Do not touch the patient. Do not touch the patient. Shock will be delivered in 3…2…1. {shock} Shock delivered. Start CPR.”

When using a fully-automatic AED, the rescuer isn’t responsible for pushing the button and instead only has one action to take: making sure no one is touching the patient when the shock is delivered.

How to Choose Between Semi- and Fully-Automatic AEDs

When choosing between semi-automatic and fully-automatic AEDs, consider who may potentially use your AED:

  • Are they likely to remain cool and calm?
  • Will they be inclined to tense up during a crisis?
  • Have they had any training in AED use?
  • Is the AED going in a public place, so anyone (trained or untrained) could use it?

We at AED Superstore have heard stories of well-intentioned or untrained lay users who have rushed to help perform a rescue, applied electrode pads, and then frozen when it came time to push the “shock” button. It may seem scary or risky in an already-stressful situation, and panicking is understandable.

A fully-automatic AED eliminates this opportunity for a rescuer to hesitate or freeze and not deliver a shock when it’s needed. The simple fact is that someone in sudden cardiac arrest is technically dead –  Any and all rescue efforts can only be beneficial to the patient.