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Defibrillators save lives

Sudden Cardiac Arrest is usually fatal. You can increase the chance of survival to 70% by defibrillating within three minutes.

15,000

people die
unexpectedly
in Australia

95%

of victims die
before reaching
the hospital

AED

Automatic external
defibrillator improves
survival rates

Can you afford not to have a Defib?

Our Range

Select your industry below to find out which defibrillators is suitable for your workplace, or speak to a specialist to learn more.

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Lifepak CR Plus (Semi)$1,995

Featuring the same advanced technology trusted by emergency medical professionals—yet simple to use operation with just the right level of guidance.

Lifepak CR2 WiFi (Semi)$2,995

This complete and connected AED response system monitors each AED every single day, sending alerts via Wi-Fi® about anything that may affect a unit’s readiness directly to users.

AED Heartsine Samaritan PAD 500P (Semi)$2,695

Provides the rescuer with real-time instructions regarding feedback on the quality of compressions via both audible “Good Compressions” or “Push Harder,” “Push Faster” and “Push Slower” and visual indicators.

Life Line AED View (Semi)$2,950

Features a full colour interactive display and helpful video step-by-step guides designed to walk even untrained individuals through the basics of CPR, rescue breathing and external defibrillation.

Life Line AED 7Yrs (Semi)$2,550

Simple and non-threatening in its usage, the two button interface, clear, calm vocal prompts and brightly lit progress display allow even non-medical personnel to save the life of an individual suffering from Sudden Cardiac Arrest.

Powerheart G5 AED (Semi)$2,750

Simple to use with each step of the rescue supported with user-paced instruction from voice and text prompts. Foolproof Pads can be placed on either side of a victim’s chest.

AED Heartstart First Aid (HS1) (Semi)$2,395

Just pull the green handle to activate your OnSite defibrillator, and Life Guidance voice instructions will calmly and clearly guide you through the entire process.

AED Heartstart FRX (Semi)$2,950

Patented Quick Shock typically administers a shock just eight seconds after CPR, making it among the fastest in its class at delivering shock treatment after CPR.

Powerheart G3 Plus (Automatic)$2,295

Features Rescue Ready, Rescue Coach and STAR biphasic technology to make your rescue as simple as possible via instructive voice prompt that guide users through rescue. 

AED Zoll Plus (Semi)$2,495

Features a unique CPR feedback tool that monitors CPR quality and provide real-time feedback for depth and rate of chest compressions via audio and visual prompts.

AED3 (Semi)$2,995

Features a colour display and helpful video step-by-step guides providing feedback on the quality of compressions measuring depth and rate, Wi-Fi® connectivity eliminates the need for physical maintenance inspections.

Lifepak CR Plus (Auto)$1,995

Featuring the same advanced technology trusted by emergency medical professionals—yet simple to use operation with just the right level of guidance.

Lifepak CR2 WiFi (Auto)$2,995

This complete and connected AED response system monitors each AED every single day, sending alerts via Wi-Fi® about anything that may affect a unit’s readiness directly to users.

Life Line AED 7Yrs (Auto)$2,550

Simple and non-threatening in its usage, the two button interface, clear, calm vocal prompts and brightly lit progress display allow even non-medical personnel to save the life of an individual suffering from Sudden Cardiac Arrest.

Powerheart G5 AED (Auto)$2,750

Simple to use with each step of the rescue supported with user-paced instruction from voice and text prompts. Foolproof Pads can be placed on either side of a victim’s chest.

AED Zoll Plus (Auto)$2,495

Features a unique CPR feedback tool that monitors CPR quality and provide real-time feedback for depth and rate of chest compressions via audio and visual prompts.

AED3 (Auto)$2,995

Features a colour display and helpful video step-by-step guides providing feedback on the quality of compressions measuring depth and rate, Wi-Fi® connectivity eliminates the need for physical maintenance inspections.

AED Defibrillator Cabinet 
$290.00

Steel AED cabinet is specifically designed to securely store your defibrillator in its case for easy access. The battery operated alarm will sound, and red light will flash, when the door is opened.

Defibrillator Wall Mounted Bracket
$59.95

Wallmountable steel AED bracket is specifically designed to securely store your defibrillator in its case for easy access.   One small bag of screws supplied to attach the bracket to the wall. Please confirm with building personnel before installation that the screws are suitable for your environment.

First Aid Signage for AED
$35.94

Highly visible AED sign (Poly) to show location of defibrillator.

First Aid Signage for AED 90 Degree - Metal
$41.94

Highly visible AED sign (Metal) to show location of defibrillator.

AED Prep Kit$69.47

Includes: surgical razor, trauma shears for cutting clothing, a drying towel, 2 pairs of nitrile gloves, hazardous waste disposal bag and a hard cased CPR mask.

Lifepak CR Plus Battery and 1 set of Adult Pads
$158.40

 

Lifepak CR Plus Battery and 2 sets of Adult Pads
$160.00

 

Lifepak CR Plus Battery and 1 set of Infant Pads$190.08

 

Lifepak CR2 Battery
$292.50

 

Lifepak CR2 Replacement Pads
$115.00

 Adult & Infant compatible

Samaritan PAD 500P $200.00

Battery and 1 set of Adult Pads

 

Samaritan PAD 500P $260.00

Battery and 1 set of Infant Pads

Life Line AED View Replacement Battery$290.00

 

Life Line AED View Replacement Pads Adult$191.00

 

Life Line AED View Replacement Pads Infant$170.00

 

Life Line AED Replacement Battery 5 Year Life$300.43

 Not compatible with Lifeline View

Life Line AED Replacement Battery 7 Year Life $394.14

Not compatible with Lifeline View

Life Line AED Replacement Pads Adult $95.00

Not compatible with Lifeline View

Life Line AED Replacement Pads Infant$187.43

 Not compatible with Lifeline View

Powerheart G5 Replacement Battery$495.00

 

Powerheart G5 Replacement Pads Adult$121.00

 

Heartstart HS1 & FRX Replacement Battery$262.95

 

Heartstart HS1 Replacement Adult Pads$113.95

 

Heartstart HS1 Replacement Pads Infant$182.95

 

Heartstart FRX Replacement Adult Pads$111.95

 

Heartstart FRX Infant Key$178.95

Enables the FRX to use the same pads for both adults and children. Simply insert the key into the FRx

Heartstart FR3 Replacement Battery$586.80

 

Heartstart FR3 Replacement Adult Pads$80.40

 

Heartstart FR3 Infant Key$196.80

Enables the FR3 to use the same pads for both adults and children. Simply insert the key into the FR3Heartstart FR3 

AED Plus Replacement Battery$150.00

 

AED Plus Replacement Adult Pads
$180.00

 

AED3 Replacement Battery$205.00

 

AED3 Replacement Pads $210.00

Adult & Infant compatible

Defibrillation Electrodes for G3 AED (Adult)
$105.00

 

Defibrillation Electrodes for G3 AED (Infant)
$185.00

 

IntelliSense Lithium Battery for Powerheart AED G3
$495.00

Will only suite G3 Powerheart models

 

Recommended Accessories

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FAQ

Are you seeking more information on AEDs? Please view our Frequently Asked Questions below, or speak to a specialist.

WHAT IS A DEFIBRILLATOR?

A defibrillator is a life-saving device used to treat Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA), a condition that occurs when the heart unexpectedly stops pumping due to a sudden knock or an underlying medical condition. When a defibrillator analyses the heart rhythm and recognises an abnormal rhythm, it will decide whether a shock is required to be delivered or not. A defibrillator is also known as an automated external defibrillator (AED) or simply a ‘defib’.

WHAT IS DEFIBRILLATION?

Defibrillation is the process of attempting to restore the heart’s normal rhythm and is crucial in the first five minutes following a SCA to maximise the person’s chance of survival.

WHAT IS SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST (SCA)?

A Sudden Cardiac Arrest is a condition that occurs when the heart unexpectedly stops pumping.

  • Each year, SCA strikes approximately 30,000 Australians. Unfortunately, fewer than 5% survive, often because help cannot reach them in time. The average ambulance response time is between 9-14 minutes.
  • SCA is not gender or age specific.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF USING AN AED DURING A SCA?

  • Without defibrillation, for every minute that passes, the chance of survival is reduced by 10%.
  • Application of an AED within minutes increases the survival rate.

When is a defibrillator used?

In accordance with the DRSABCD Action Plan, if a person is not breathing, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) should be commenced. A defibrillator should be applied whenever CPR is performed. If the person is breathing, regardless of whether they are responsive (conscious) or not responsive (unconscious), a defibrillator is not required.

How does a defibrillator work?

A defibrillator delivers a set amount of electrical shock to the heart after it analyses the heart rhythm. It determines whether a shock is required to the heart via adhesive electrode pads attached to the person’s chest. The shock delivered by a defibrillator interrupts the chaotic rhythm of the heart and gives the heart the chance to return to its normal rhythm.

Are there different types of defibrillators?

There are different manufacturers of AEDs, which mean there are slight differences in how they operate. However, they all instruct you on what to do and operate in a very similar manner.

Examples of AEDs:
  • Automated defibrillators – there are two categories – semi-automated (SAED) and fully automated (AED).
    • SAED – when a shock is required to be delivered to a person, the operator will be prompted to press a button on the machine to activate the shock.
    • AED – the machine automatically delivers the shock when required.
  • Manual defibrillators are used by health professionals trained to interpret data provided by the AED device, and to manage the person. Ambulance services and ER departments also use this type of AED. This is the most common perception of a defibrillator and you may see this type of AED on a television show.

Who can use a defibrillator?

Anyone can use a defibrillator – it is just a matter of following the voice prompts provided by the unit. However, training is recommended to give the user greater confidence.

What if I attached the AED to a conscious person? Can I harm them?

If there is normal heart rhythm, an AED will not allow a shock to be delivered. For example, if a person thinks the casualty is not breathing but the heart is beating, an AED will assess whether there is a heart rhythm and advise by voice command that a shock is not required. The AED will not allow a shock to be delivered.

Do I have to be a healthcare worker to use an AED?

No. An AED guides the user step-by-step through the defibrillation process with visual and voice prompts. The AED will not deliver a shock unless it detects a shockable rhythm, e.g. the heart is not beating regularly.

Can a heart stop beating after an AED has got it beating again? How would I know?

Once a shock is delivered, an AED will continue to monitor the person’s heart rhythm. If the analysis reveals that the heart has stopped beating, it will advise that a shock is required. Follow the prompts given by the AED.

Can I shock a person accidentally?

No. The AED assesses the status of a person’s heart and will not shock a normal heart beat.

Why don’t I just wait until an ambulance arrives?

Defibrillation is most effective when carried out as quickly as possible in the first few minutes after SCA.

Do I need training to use an AED?

St John Ambulance recommends that you attend training as it will give you greater confidence in the use of a defibrillator.

Where can I get AED training?

St John Ambulance Queensland is our states largest First Aid Registered Training Organisation (RTO), providing practical life-saving skills to thousands of people each year.
St John Ambulance Queensland offers a combination of CPR and AED hands-on courses to train participants in this life-saving skill. Click here for training options 

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