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Simple & Vital


Whilst Stocks Last Normally retails at £1,300


£999


Can be used by any person with basic life support (CPR) knowledge. Allows application of electroshock within 1-2 minutes. Automatically turns on when cover is opened.


Diagnoses the potentially life threatening cardiac arrhythmias of ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia in a patient. Does not deliver shock if shock is not required.


Clear verbal and visual instructions prepared according to ILCOR 2010 ERC Reanimation Guideline. Provides the most efficient electroshock with biphasic waveform.


The Best Training Companion


CardiAid Trainer


CardiAid Trainer is designed considering special needs for AED training. It has the same appearance as CardiAid AED, aimed to make trainees familiar with the product.


A Vital Assistant for Resuscitation


CardiAid CPR Check


CardiAid CPR|Check is a vital signs sensor which decides whether the patient needs CPR or not, by evaluating the vital parameters of pulse and breathing.


CardiAid Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is designed to make life-saving defibrillation possible for everybody and accessible everywhere!


Assists the user through CPR with metronomic signals for maximum efficiency.


Automatic self-test: daily, monthly and when the device is switched on. Pre-connected electrodes. Movement detection. Automatic event documentation. Special accessories providing safe easy use and best performance.


CardiAid is the most user friendly defibrillator available! More effective chest compressions


CardiAid External Chest Compression Assistant


CardiAid External Chest Compression (ECC) Assistant is designed to help the rescuer perform the most effective and consistent chest compressions.


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Evac+Chair International Ltd ParAid House Weston Lane Birmingham B11 3RS


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