The Descriptive Guide to Cheap AED
- Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is used when the patient experiences the cardiac arrhythmia leading to cardiac arrest. This device reduces the chance of the brain damage which may occur due to lack of oxygen.
- As AED is the external device, you have to attach the electrodes to the bare chest of the patient.You should attach the electrodes to the patients as per the picture shown inside the kit. You have to make sure that nobody touches the patients during the given period, as the contact from any other person may interfere the automatic reading by AED.
- In case, AED detects that shock is necessary, it will charge itself in order to deliver the electric current. If the device is charged and ready to be used, it will give the signal to AED operator to press the button to give the required shock.
- Portable AED is very simple which can be handled by any person. It has been designed by keeping the non-medical operators in mind.
- Semi-automatic AED models depict the users that shock is required and user communicate with the machine to deliver the shock by pressing the button.
- Automatic AED models perform everything from delivering shock to providing proper treatment without user’s command.
- Both models diagnose the heart rhythm automatically and determine the needed shock.In addition, both models have visual displays and electronic voice prompts.