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A cardiac emergency requires the quickest response. Trust in AED equipment that allow responders to act quickly during cardiac arrest. Our selection of automated external defibrillators are easy to use and provide quick and powerful shocks to patients experiences cardiac arrest.

One of the most challenging situations responders face is a patient with sudden cardiac arrest—the chances of survival drop for every minute that passes without restarting the heart. Fortunately, portable, easy-to-use automated external defibrillators (AEDs) can deliver defibrillation (shock) to a patient at the scene of the incident.

The American Heart Association strongly advocates that all EMS first-response vehicles and ambulances be equipped with an AED or defibrillation device.1 Henry Schein Medical EMS offers a comprehensive range of AED equipment, parts, and accessories to help you manage incidents that include sudden cardiac arrest. Our AED supplies are provided by trusted brands including, Cardiac Science, Defibtech, Masimo, Philips, PhyisoControl, and Zoll.

Shop our Selection of Automated External Defibrillators

A cardiac emergency requires the quickest response. Trust in AED equipment that allow responders to act quickly during cardiac arrest. Our selection of automated external defibrillators are easy to use and provide quick and powerful shocks to patients experiencing cardiac arrest.

ZOLL AED Plus®

The ZOLL® AED Plus® continues to set the benchmark for design, dependability, durability, and performance. Only half of sudden cardiac arrest victims will initially need a shock, but all require high-quality CPR. The AED Plus guides rescuers in performing high-quality CPR and will deliver a shock if needed.

  • Real CPR Help® technology provides real-time feedback on rate and depth of chest compressions and supports rescuers with integrated text, voice, and visual prompts.
  • Five-year battery and electrodes mean fewer replacements, improved readiness, and the benefit of a low total cost of ownership.

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ZOLL AED Plus

HeartSine Connected Samaritan PAD AED

Discover the convenience and simplicity of the HeartSine AED, designed to empower first responders with life-saving technology. Integrated Wi-Fi connectivity ensures these AEDs are always prepared for critical moments.

The HeartSine Samaritan PAD 350P (SAM 350P) provides clear guidance during cardiac emergencies. Visual and verbal cues walk you through the entire resuscitation process, making expertise unnecessary. Suitable for both adults and children (from 1 year old), the SAM 350P doesn't require a doctor's prescription.

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HeartSine Connected Samaritan PAD AED

Lifeline AED Defibrillator

The Defibtech AED is designed to offer advanced treatment for sudden cardiac arrest, catering to both medical and non-medical users with its user-friendly interface, available in Spanish. With just two buttons for operation, it's incredibly simple to use. Upgradable in the field via a data card, it ensures adherence to evolving medical protocols. Featuring efficient data management and clear guidance through voice prompts and progress lights, it makes rescue operations stress-free. Plus, with options for long-lasting batteries, users can rely on continuous performance when saving lives.

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Lifeline AED Defibrillator

Powerheart G5 AED

The Powerheart® G5 AED is tailored for both novice and seasoned rescuers, integrating user-friendliness with cutting-edge technology. Intellisense™ CPR (ICPR) technology offers real-time guidance, ensuring high-quality CPR aligned with guidelines. RescueCoach® provides step-by-step prompts and CPR instructions, monitoring actions for optimal performance. Additionally, its dual-language feature enhances accessibility, allowing rescuers to switch languages seamlessly during the rescue process, making it ideal for public access AEDs.

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Powerheart G5 AED

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Automated External Defibrillators in Workplace and Occupational Health

Cardiac arrest is one of the top causes of death in adults in the United States. According to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, the majority of sudden cardiac arrest deaths occur out of the hospital. Therefore, it's crucial to have AED's ready and available to employees. Our selection of automated external defibrillator machines are easy to use and deliver a quick response in case of an emergency. Contact Henry Schein Medical to promote a safer work environment. Learn more about workplace health.


Buying AED Machines from Henry Schein Medical

Once you've found the automated external defibrillator machine that fits your needs, our equipment specialists will be there to answer any question you may have. Our specialists have vast backgrounds and experience in the medical equipment field making them experts. If you have any questions, please contact our team today and let us assist you in your purchasing journey.


Questions to Ask When Purchasing an Automated External Defibrillator

Whether you're wondering about AED usage, benefits, or maintenance, Henry Schein is here to help. Our aim is to equip you with the knowledge you need to make informed decisions when it comes to selecting the right automated external defibrillator machine. Explore the information below and be sure to reach out if you have any questions.


What is an AED Machine?

An automated external defibrillator machine is a portable electronic device designed to deliver an electric shock to the heart in cases of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). It's a life-saving device that can be used by trained individuals, including medical professionals like you, to restore a normal heart rhythm when someone experiences a sudden cardiac event.


Why are AED Machines Important?

Timing is crucial in a sudden cardiac emergency. Every minute that passes without defibrillation reduces the chance of survival. That's why having access to an automated external defibrillator machine is crucial. It allows you to quickly respond to these critical situations and deliver life-saving treatment until advanced medical help arrives.

By promptly administering a shock with an AED, you can potentially restart the heart and help sustain blood flow to vital organs until medical professionals take over. This early intervention greatly improves the chances of survival for individuals experiencing sudden cardiac arrest.


How do Automated External Defibrillators Work?

When the AED is turned on and the pads are placed on the patient's chest, the device will analyze the patient's heart rhythm to determine if a shock is needed. If a shock is advised, the automated external defibrillator will prompt the rescuer to clear the area and press the shock button. The shock is delivered through the pads and into the patient's chest. After the shock is delivered, the AED will continue to monitor the patient's heart rhythm and provide further instructions as needed.

It's important to note that the use of an automated external defibrillator is often paired with CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation). When performing CPR, chest compressions help to circulate blood throughout the body, including to the heart, and artificial respiration helps to oxygenate the body. The combination of CPR and AED use can increase the chances of survival for someone experiencing cardiac arrest.

AEDs are life-saving devices that can quickly analyze a patient's heart rhythm and deliver a shock if needed. Proper training on automated external defibrillator use and CPR can help medical professionals act quickly and effectively in an emergency situation.


What are the Two Types of AED (Automated External Defibrillators) Machines?

Learn more about the different types of AED machines to inform you on your purchasing journey.

Public Access AEDs:

  • Designed to be used by non-medical personnel
  • Found in public places like airports, schools, and shopping malls
  • Simple to use and have clear instructions to guide the user through the defibrillation process
  • May have features such as voice prompts and automatic analysis of heart rhythm.

Professional Use AEDs:

  • Used by medical personnel such as paramedics, nurses, and doctors.
  • May have additional features and capabilities, such as the ability to analyze multiple heart rhythms, to provide synchronized cardioversion for certain arrhythmias, and to monitor the patient's vital signs.
  • Used in hospital settings and may be more advanced and sophisticated than public access AEDs.

When Should Medical Professional Use an AED Machine?

Medical professionals who purchase an automated external defibrillator machine should receive proper training on its use and when it should be used. Some situations that may require the use of an AED machine include:

Sudden cardiac arrest

An automated external defibrillator should be used when a person is experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. Symptoms may include loss of consciousness, no pulse, and no breathing.

During CPR

AEDs are often used in conjunction with CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation), which is a life-saving technique that involves chest compressions and artificial respiration to maintain circulation and oxygenation of the body. AEDs can be used while performing CPR to increase the chances of survival for someone experiencing cardiac arrest.

In public places

Automated external defibrillators are often placed in public places, such as airports, sports facilities, and shopping centers, to increase the chances of survival in case of a sudden cardiac arrest. Medical professionals should be advised to use the AED if they come across someone experiencing cardiac arrest in a public place.


When to Not Use an AED Machine

In general, AED machines should not be used in the following situations:

The patient is breathing normally

If the patient is breathing normally and has a pulse, an AED should not be used.

The patient is wet

If the patient is wet, such as in a pool or in the rain, they should be dried off before the automated external defibrillator is used. Water can conduct electricity, which can cause serious harm to the rescuer or patient.

The patient is in contact with metal

If the patient is lying on a metal surface, such as a metal floor, they should be moved to a safer location before the AED is used. Metal can also conduct electricity, which can cause harm to the rescuer or patient.

The AED pads cannot be placed correctly

If the automated external defibrillator pads cannot be placed correctly on the patient's chest, the AED should not be used. The pads must be placed in the correct location in order for the AED to work properly.

It's important to always follow the manufacturer's instructions and receive proper training on the use of AED machines before using them. Additionally, medical professionals should always use their clinical judgment when determining whether an AED is appropriate for a particular patient.


Maintaining an AED Machine

Maintaining and caring for an automated external defibrillator machine is crucial to ensure that it functions properly when needed. Here are some guidelines that you can share with your customers:

Regularly inspect the AED machine

It's important to inspect the AED machine on a regular basis, checking for any signs of wear or damage. This includes checking the condition of the pads, cables, and battery, and ensuring that the AED is free from dust and debris.

Replace the pads and battery as needed

The pads and battery of an automated external defibrillator machine have a limited lifespan, so it's important to replace them as recommended by the manufacturer. This ensures that the AED is always ready to use in case of an emergency.

Store the AED machine in a suitable location

The AED machine should be stored in a dry, cool location, away from extreme heat, cold, or humidity. It should also be easily accessible and clearly marked for emergency use.

Train staff in AED use

All staff who may be required to use the AED machine should receive proper training in AED use and CPR. This includes both initial training and regular refresher courses to ensure that everyone is prepared to respond in an emergency.

Keep accurate records

Keeping accurate records of automated external defibrillator maintenance, including the date of inspections and any repairs or replacements, can help ensure that the AED machine is always in good working condition.

Each AED machine may have its own specific instructions and maintenance requirements, so it's important to refer to the manufacturer's guidelines for detailed information on caring for and maintaining a particular AED machine.


How Much is an AED Machine?

The cost of an automated external defibrillator machine can vary depending on a number of factors, including the brand, model, and features of the device.

Some of the factors that can affect the price of an AED machine include:

  • Brand: Some brands of AED machines are more expensive than others due to having a reputation for being more reliable and durable.
  • Model: Newer models of AED machines typically cost more than older models. Newer models often have more advanced features.
  • Features: Some AED machines come with additional features, such as pediatric pads, carrying cases, and training materials. These additional features can increase the price of the machine.

Do AED Machines Expire?

The pads and battery typically have a lifespan of 2-5 years, depending on the manufacturer and model. It is important to check the expiration dates on the AED machine regularly and replace the pads and battery as needed.

To ensure that your AED machine is always ready to use in an emergency, it is important to:

  • Check the expiration dates on the pads and battery regularly.
  • Replace the pads and battery as needed.
  • Store the AED machine in a cool, dry place.
  • Inspect the AED machine regularly for damage.
  • Have the AED machine serviced by a qualified technician every year.

What Height Should AED Machines be Mounted?

AED machines should be mounted at a height of 48 inches above the floor. This is the height that is most accessible to people of all abilities, including those in wheelchairs. It is also the height that is recommended by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

When mounting an AED machine, it is important to consider the following:

  • The mounting location should be in a high-traffic area where it is clearly visible. This will make it easy for people to find the AED machine in an emergency.
  • The mounting location should be away from heat sources and direct sunlight. This will help to extend the life of the AED machine.
  • The mounting location should be free of obstructions. This will allow people to easily reach and remove the AED machine in an emergency.
  • The mounting hardware should be strong enough to support the weight of the AED machine.

It is also important to make sure that the AED machine is mounted securely to the wall. This will help to prevent the AED machine from falling and being damaged in an earthquake or other emergency.


Can an AED Machine be Mounted Outside?

Yes, AED machines can be mounted outside, but it is important to choose an AED machine that is durable and has a high IP rating, which means they are better protected from dust, water, and other environmental elements.

The mounting location should be protected from rain, snow, and other elements. This can be done by mounting the AED machine under a canopy or in an outdoor cabinet.


Can an AED Machine Shock the Operator?

It is very unlikely that an AED machine will shock the operator. AED machines are designed to be safe and easy to use, even for people with no medical training.

AED machines use a variety of safety features to prevent them from shocking the operator. For example, most AED machines have a sensor that detects if the operator is touching the patient. If the sensor detects that the operator is touching the patient, the AED machine will not deliver a shock.

In addition, AED machines typically have a voice prompt that instructs the operator to stand back before delivering a shock. This gives the operator time to move away from the patient and avoid being shocked.

It is important to note that, while it is very unlikely, it is not impossible for an AED machine to shock the operator.

To reduce the risk of being shocked by an AED machine, it is important to follow the instructions that come with the AED machine carefully. Be sure to stand back from the patient before delivering a shock, and do not touch the patient while the AED machine is analyzing their heart rhythm.

Here are some additional tips for using an AED machine safely:

  • Make sure that the AED machine is turned on and that the pads are placed correctly on the patient's chest.
  • Stand back from the patient and follow the voice prompts from the AED machine.
  • Do not touch the patient while the AED machine is analyzing their heart rhythm.
  • If the AED machine advises a shock, press the shock button and stand back from the patient.


More Information:

For more information on ordering our EMS products:
Contact a Henry Schein Medical EMS Representative at 1-800-845-3550 or
E-mail EMS@henryschein.com

For updates on product storage requirements, pharmaceuticals, and more:
Contact the Henry Schein DxRx Hotline Monday–Friday, 8:30am to 5pm EST at 1-877-523-SHOT (7468), or
E-mail DxRxSolutions@henryschein.com