Equipped with Real CPR Help technology. our Zoll AED Plus Defibrillator has a sensor in the pads lets the AED see each chest compression and lets you know how you’re doing. It guides you, with prompts and a real-time bar gauge, to the recommended depth and rate of compressions.
Our AED Plus Defibrillator by Zoll is the Only Fully Compliant AED fully, and complies with the AHA’s 2010 Guidelines because it is the only AED with a Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved therapy that lets you know when compressions are at least two inches deep. ZOLL updated its Real CPR Help technology to comply with the new Guidelines for compression depth during CPR, reflecting the increase from 1½ to 2 inches to at least 2 inches. This modification constituted a change in therapy that necessitated FDA approval.
No other AED on the market required this type of update or approval.
How It Works
Our Zoll AED Plus Defibrillator Kit Includes:
Model 21000010102011010. Ships within 5-8 days.
CWI Medical Special Offer - Order our Zoll AED Plus Defibrillator with Kit, and get Pedi-padz for FREE (A $100 value)!
Pedi-padz Multi-Function Electrodes are the most technologically advanced pediatric multifunction electrodes, designed to meet all pediatric ACLS criteria. Specially formulated low viscosity gel provides the best skin coupling, lowers resistance quickly, and virtually eliminates dermal damage. Both Pedi-padz Multi-Function Electrodes and Pedi-padz Pacing Only Electrodes offer anatomically-correct diagrams on the packaging to facilitate proper pad placement.
What It Means to See!
Because the AED Plus can “see” your compressions, you can see, hear, and read how well you are performing CPR.
|RESCUER ACTIONS||AED PLUS SUPPORT|
|Not yet started?||“START CPR”|
|Too slow?||Adaptive metronome
speeds you up
|Not deep enough?||“PUSH HARDER”|
|Performing good CPR?||“GOOD COMPRESSIONS”|
|Want to see how
|Visible bar gauge indicates
depth of compressions
Where is the AED?
Too often, the answer is, “We don’t have one.” Sadly, the same research that demonstrated a nearly fivefold increase in survivability (from 5% to 24%) when an AED is used, also showed that an AED is
available only 2% of the time.
Once installed, the AED Plus has the lowest total cost of ownership of all AEDs on the market, especially when considering the logistics of tracking and changing pads and batteries over the life of the AED. Thanks to the long shelf life of the consumables, when you compare the cost of maintenance over 10 years, this AED is the most cost-effective unit to own. The AED Plus is powered by lithium batteries (available from retail outlets) that last five years, and the CPR-D-padz last five years as well.