AED Defibrillator Philips

AED Defibrillator Philips

A defibrillator or AED (automatic external defibrillator) from Philips can stop a tragedy in its tracks, and while it’s dependable enough for the pros, it’s easy enough for you to use anywhere. And the Philips HeartStart series is versatile enough to offer both the layperson and the most experienced emergency medical technician the right AED. Which defibrillator is right for you? Take a look at the Philips HeartStart series, which is offered by AED Brands and includes:

  • Philips HeartStart On-Site: Designed for an ordinary person in an extraordinary moment. The On-site is available without a prescription, is easy to use and highly reliable.
  • Philips HeartStart FRx AED: This is the rugged workhorse of the group, designed for use by law enforcement, athletic teams and other large groups. It has voice commands to lead you through CPR.

No matter what you call it, AED or defibrillator, you need one anywhere you spend a lot of time. Contact us today for more information.

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