Which defibrillator is right for me?

This short form will help us identify the best Defibrillator unit for you!

  • Environment
  • Features
  • Users

How many sites do you have?

What kind of environment will the defibrillators be located?

Do you want your defibrillator to be indoors or outdoors?

Will the defibrillator be stationary or frequently moved?


Do you need a fully automatic or semi-automatic defibrillator?

A fully automatic defibrillator detects a shockable heart rhythm through the electrode pads, warns rescuers to stand clear, and automatically administers the shock without any action needed. In contrast, a semi-automatic defibrillator informs the rescuer when a shock is needed and requires the rescuer to press a button to deliver the shock.

Would you like the Defibrillator to have CPR Feedback?

CPR feedback on a defibrillator is a feature that provides real-time information and guidance to the rescuer performing CPR. This feature aims to improve the quality of CPR, thereby increasing the chances of survival for the patient.


How many defibrillators are you looking to purchase?

The Resuscitation Council advises that to save a person’s life, a defibrillator should deliver a shock as soon as possible after cardiac arrest—ideally within 3 minutes. How many units would be necessary to cover the area you want to protect within this timeframe?

Do you need the defibrillator to have paediatric capability?

The paediatric function on a defibrillator is a special setting or accessory designed for use on children. This function ensures the defibrillator can be safely and effectively used on children, typically under the age of 8 or weighing less than 55 pounds (25 kg).

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