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HeartStart OnSite AED with Ready-Pack Configuration, Standard Carrying Case

March 31, 2016
by HANSAmed Limited

HansaMedDid you know up to 40,000 cardiac arrests occur each year in Canada? That’s one cardiac arrest every 12 minutes. Without rapid and appropriate treatment, most of these cardiac arrests will result in death.

An automated external defibrillator (AED) is considered an absolutely essential part of emergency preparedness as early defibrillation is THE most important intervention in successful resuscitation from cardiac arrest1.

Thousands of lives could be saved through public access to automated external defibrillators.

The Heart and Stroke Foundation recommends all Canadians have widespread access to automated external defibrillators (AEDs), particularly in public locations where sudden cardiac arrest is likely2HeartStart OnSite AED Standard Case

The Philips HeartStart OnSite AED is an easy to use defibrillator optimized for the minimally-trained, infrequent user.


  • Precise, clear voice instructions and icons
  • SMART Pads sense and adjust to the user’s actions
  • CPR coaching for compression rate and depth
  • Lightweight and compact-3.3 pounds
  • 4-year lithium manganese dioxide battery
  • Status indicator
  • Fully automated, comprehensive self-tests
  • Unique proprietary SMART Pads integrity test
  • No testing tools or service contract needed
  • 8-year exchange warranty

HANSAmed Limited is pleased to now offer this life saver in our online shop. The Philips HeartStart AED features an award-winning user interface, and the step by step voice prompts allow anyone of any age to use it and potentially save a life. Don’t risk a life, get the Philips HeartStart OnSite AED for your dental practice today.

Link to Product Page: http://www.hansamed.net/compliance/heartstart-onsite-aed-with-ready-pack-configuration-standard-carrying-case/


1. Stanley Malamed, DDS article “Medical Emergencies: Preparation and Management” http://www.drmalamed.com/downloads/files/MetLife_Medical_Emergencies_2007.pdf

2. Heart and Stroke Foundation website

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