[Checklist] Key considerations when investing in a defibrillator

30/05/18

What questions do you need to ask yourself?

Did you know, very year more than seven million people globally suffer from a Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) with no warning. And, only five to 10% of those affected actually survive.

As awareness around these issues continues to increase, more businesses are investing in defibrillators to help protect their employees, customers and the wider public.

But, with so many different options it understandably can be a dautning process. You need to ensure you have the equipment best suited to your environment and needs.

So, what should you look out for when choosing a life-saving device?

To help you make the right decision, we've created a printable checklist. Just click here or on the below image to download.

Aero Healthcare Defibrillator Buying Checklist

How Aero Healthcare tick all your boxes
Aero Healthcare is a UK master distributor for Stryker defibrillators and we supply four key, leading models:

  • PAD500P

  • PAD360P

  • PAD350P

  • LifePak CR2

All devices are easy to operate, come with prompts for users and include the highest industry IP rating of IP56. In addition, they deliver the fastest time to first shock delivery - at just eight seconds - and they feature "SCOPE" technology which is an escalating and low-energy waveform that automatically adjusts for patients impedance.

And, they come with a industry-leading guaranteed 8 year warranty. To learn more about defibrillators and what the right ones are for you, check out our informative guide, available by clicking here >>

Or, if you'd like to to discuss your options and receive some helpful advice you can talk with a member of our expert customer support team today. Simply call us on 0845 604 8280, email sales@aerohealthcare.co.uk or leave your details on the short form below and a member of our team will get back to you shortly.

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