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When CPR and an AED are both used within five minutes of a cardiac arrest, the chance of survival rises by nearly 75 per cent.


June 17, 2014
by HANSAmed Ltd.

Count On Us For Cardiac Emergencies — Because Every Second Counts

Are you or your staff prepared to respond to a cardiace emergency in your dental office? SCA strikes without warning, and it can happen to anyone, at anytime. Without defibrillation treatment within 3-4 minutes, per AHA guidelines, the results could be deadly.

Keep the HeartSine® samaritan® PAD 500P Public Access Defibrillator close at hand for the best outcomes for SCA recovery. It’s the ideal solution for the dental industry:

    * Easy-to-follow visual and verbal guides     * Smallest and lightest AED on the market makes it convenient to store and easy to carry     * Designed with lifesaving technology compatible for both adults and children        * Industry-leading 10-year warranty for maximum reliability        * Most comprehensive indemnification coverage protects employees and patients, whether trained or untrained, for life of the AED

Easily updateable software upgrades from your facility throughout the AED’s life via its advanced firmware

HeartSine also offers Heart Trac, a comprehensive AED solution that includes planning, design, implementation and administration enabling medical oversight, training and management of AED devices through  a single point of contact.

*IMPORTANT: If you already have a defibrillator have your registered it with 911? Registering devices helps 911 dispatchers direct people to the closestAED in case of an emergency. A CBC Marketplace investigation found that the potential for AEDs to save lives may be severely hampered because there are no national guidelines as to how or where the devices are kept. Learn more:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/defibrillators-may-be-hard-to-find-in-emergencies-cbc-investigation-1.2443853.


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