Zoll AED

Zoll AED

With a Zoll AED (automatic external defibrillator) in your building, you can rest easy that you’re prepared should a sudden cardiac emergency arise. Many cardiac incidents require CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) instead of or in addition to electric shock, and Zoll defibrillators walk you through the steps of that process.
That sort of insight comes from the more than fifty years of research Zoll has conducted into the best ways to keep people alive in a crisis. You’ll benefit from that experience when you purchase a Zoll defibrillator, and with AED brands you’ll get a choice of two: the Zoll AED Pro and the Zoll AED Plus. The AED Plus has many features, including the ability to actually monitor your movements during CPR and tell you how to improve. The AED Pro is specially designed for professional hospital staff and emergency medical technicians. In addition to the CPR assistance offered on the AED Plus, the AED Pro also offers supplementary feedback like a patient’s ECG rhythm that’s important to medical professionals.

These features make Zoll the best choice for the person who needs certainty when they head into a crisis. Contact AED brands for more information Zoll products today.

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