In June 2015 HeartSine Technologies introduced the Samaritan PAD 450P that added the integrated CPR Rate Advisor™ technology to what was already the smallest and lightest AED on the market. The size has not changed, but the ability and performance of this AED have, adding a two-fold life-saving strategy to the AED.
HeartSine Samaritan PAD 450P AED with 8-Year Warranty
Pad-Pak Adult Electrode Pad and Battery Cartridge
Semi-Rigid Carrying Case
HeartSine Samaritan PAD 450P Set-up and Maintain DVD
HeartSine Saver EVO Software
Premium AED/CPR Responder® Pack
“AED Equipped” Window/Wall Decal
AED Inspection Tag
The Chain of Survival is a multi-stepped, time-sensitive process that, when followed, produces positive outcomes to sudden cardiac arrest victims. Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) happens when the heart stops beating and breathing stops. Usually, the victim falls to the ground. 9-1- 1 should always be called immediately, and from that point, it is a race against the clock to begin performing CPR and to get an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to the victim’s side within 3-5 minutes.
In a perfect world, there is an AED close-by and the chain of survival can move quickly along. If there is not an AED readily available, CPR should be performed on the victim by anyone in the vicinity, hopefully, someone who has been trained, but any CPR is better than none. Once emergency medical professionals arrive, they will take the next step in the chain of survival which is to use the AED to determine if the victim needs a shock to reset their heart rhythm. CPR will have kept the victim’s blood and oxygen moving, to allow for the best possible outcome once the AED delivers the necessary shock therapy.
HeartSine® offers the samaritan® PAD 450P that fulfills these two necessary life-saving steps in one small AED. Integrated CPR Rate Advisor™ provides the rescuer with audible and visual CPR feedback, as specific as “Push Faster”, “Good Speed” “Push Slower”. It also reminds the rescuer to start CPR again if no CPR is detected. The pads and battery are housed together in one single-use cartridge with a 4-year expiration date. The device is pediatric capable with an optional pediatric cartridge.
Physical Description and Characteristics: 8.0” X 7.25” X 19” Weight 2.4 lbs
Maintenance and Management for your HeartSine® samaritan® PAD 450P AED: All AEDs require regular maintenance and management to ensure that the AED will perform during a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). The electrodes and batteries must be tracked for expiration dates and replacement. Your organization should have one person in charge of this very important task and be able to access records demonstrating maintenance and oversight.