Defibrillator Pads

Defibrillator Pads

Designed to be placed on the chest and conform seamlessly to its surface for even distribution of therapy, defibrillator pads are an integral part of AED application. They are disposable and come in configurations for adults and for children. The child pads are designed to reduce the energy from the AED to suit children’s smaller frames.

Defibrillator electrodes are a useful alternative to bulky, heavy paddles. Their lightweight, easily-transportable design makes them the perfect accompaniment to an automated external defibrillator.

If you’re looking to buy defibrillator pads for your AED, we can help. In addition to our wide selection of automatic external defibrillators, we also offer a number of accessories, including AED pads. Just like our AEDs, our defibrillator electrodes are affordable. Because AED brands is an authorized dealer of all the manufacturers, you can rest assured that you will receive only approved products that will perform when you need them most.

For more information on these products, or to order them now, call or e-mail AED brands today.

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