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ZOLL AED 3

Brand: ZOLL
Product Code: 8501-001101

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What's Included:

  • 1 ZOLL AED 3  Unit
  • 1 AED 3 Battery Pack
  • 1 Pair CPR Uni-padz™ Universal (Adult/Pediatric) Electrodes (5 year shelf life)
  • Manual, Quick Start Guide, and Rescue Reference Poster
  • 6 year standard warranty (additional 2 years with registration)
  • FREE AED Management. Notification of expiring supplies and ongoing customer support to make owning and maintaining your AED simple.
  • FREE VR Simulation Goggles!!( while supplies last- one per customer)

NOTE: CARRY CASE NOT INCLUDED

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AED Designed for lay and community responders

The brand new ZOLL AED 3  is a cutting edge product that brings features that no other AED manufacturer currently offers. The ZOLL AED 3 is easy to own due to the low total cost of ownership, with universal adult/child electrodes and battery that last 5 years.

Research shows that in a cardiac emergency the probability of survival goes up dramatically when CPR is performed and when an AED is applied before an ambulance arrives. The same research that demonstrated a nearly fivefold increase in survivability (from 5% to 24%) when an AED is used, also showed that an AED is available only 2% of the time.

The ZOLL AED 3™ Automated External Defibrillator is a game changer in the world of AED. Building and improving upon it's predecessor the AED Plus. ZOLL are determined to provide the very best support to rescuers. Designed and built based on years of usability research with both trained and untrained rescuers.

An appealing benefit of the The ZOLL AED 3 is the low ownership cost made possible by the use of universal adult/pediatric electrode pads and a battery that both last for 5 years. The convenience of having adult and pediatric pads combined with the Uni-Padz could mean the time saving difference between time spent swapping over pads and time spent saving a life.

Maintenance costs are a non issue thanks to the Program Management Onboard™ which connects to the cloud via Wi-Fi to ZOLL’s PlusTrac™ AED program management system. This revolutionary software means no maintenance inspections are needed. The software sends emails alerts immediately if any failures or issues are ever detected and keeps track of pad and battery use by dates for you.

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ZOLL AED 3 Features

  • Real CPR Help to ensure the rescuer is performing compressions at the correct rate and depth
  • Universal adult/child CPR Uni-padz sense and report motion of the rescuers' chest compressions to the AED.
  • Constant metronome at a rate of at least 100 compressions per minute to comply with latest 2015 AHA/CPR guidelines
  • Push button selection of child rescue using the child button on the front of the AED
  • Dual orientation (upright or flat) allows the best visibility of the screen during a rescue
  • High-resolution full-colour graphic images and text accompany all voice prompts making the AED 3 easy for anybody to use
  • On-screen display of elapsed time and number of shocks delivered for critical information that EMS will need to know on arrival
  • Rescue accessory pack containing non-latex gloves, CPR mask, razor, paper towel and towelette.
  • Clothing scissors are attached to the CPR Uni-padz for easy removal of clothing.

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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.