AEDs & Accessories

AED & Accessories

AHS stocks all of the original equipment accessories, including batteries, pads, casings, wires, and other parts, for every AED on the market. In the case of AEDs, we strongly advise against using anything other than OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) accessories because of the potential for variable performance. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. We will help you discover the right accessories for your AED.

Because American Health Supply (AHS) places a high value on originality, dependability, and use, the company offers a wide range of testing equipment. For example, an automated external defibrillator (AED) is a reliable and cost-effective treatment option for sudden cardiac arrest at home, school, or the hospital. AHS also offers a wide choice of hospital supplies and equipment at competitive prices, so you can count on us for all your medical supply needs.

The most critical considerations to keep in mind when choosing an AED, from CPR training to durability to user-friendliness to convenience of maintenance to personalization. We have life-saving and tested AED models from some of the best manufacturers, including Zoll Medical, Heartsine, and Physio-Control.

AED Equipment & Accessories Available at AHS

Whether you need a basic AED, a mobile AED, or an integrated AED, you can find all you need at AHS.

Automated External Defibrillators (AED):

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Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are portable and life-saving devices that treat persons undergoing sudden cardiac arrest, a medical condition in which the heart stops beating abruptly. CPR and early defibrillation, applied within minutes of a victim's collapse due to sudden cardiac arrest, are highly effective in saving lives.

AED devices help administer electrical shock and monitor the EKG rate for effective CPR and defibrillation when used with necessary accessories like battery and pad electrodes. AHS maintains different AED products, ranging from semi- and fully automated to professional and public use AEDs.

  • Public Access AEDs:

Designed for usage by persons with little or no training, these AED devices assist in performing effective CPR or defibrillation for persons with sudden cardiac arrest. Because of their modest size and ease of storage and transportation, these AEDs are ideal for small enterprises, offices, and residences. In addition, it's easy to set up and comes with voice prompts and CPR teaching to help you treat someone who has had a sudden cardiac arrest.

  • Professional AEDs:

Professional-use AEDs are for the first responders. However, the practitioners and paramedics prefer these top-rated devices with rich features, reliability, and dependability. These are available to EMS with an advanced AED training course.

The most notable manufacturers include Zoll, LIFEPAK, and Powerheart. It is no wonder first responders need the most challenging and rugged AED available. As a result of the wide range of features, dependability, durability, and customizability, they regard Professional AEDs from these manufacturers as the best option.

  • Semi-Automatic AEDs:

Semi-automated defibrillators are advanced AED devices for defibrillation and emergency care. They are designed to analyze the heart's rhythm; if an abnormal rhythm is detected, they will prompt a button to deliver a shock to the heart. These devices are powered by an internal battery and have additional diagnostic capabilities.

  • Fully-Automatic AEDs:

A fully-automatic external defibrillator (AED) is a device that converts electrical impulses into powerful shocks to re-establish a normal, healthy heartbeat. Fully automated AEDs are the next generation of AEDs that can detect a person's heart rhythm and deliver a shock without any intervention from the user.

AED Pads:

AED electrode pads, sometimes referred to as AED pads or AED electrodes, are a critical component of every life-saving AED device. In an emergency, sudden cardiac arrest patients are given these pads to place on their chests. The AED can detect a worrisome heartbeat and deliver a resuscitative shock if put on the patient's chest. In addition, an AED can safely provide electricity to a patient using electrode pads to get their heart rate back to normal.

There are two has two types of AED pads: adult and pediatric pads.

Batteries for AED Devices

Keeping your AED's batteries in good condition is a must. In common with all battery-operated equipment, the AED battery loses some of its power over time. It can lead to a malfunctioning AED in a medical emergency. Keep in mind that an AED battery's installed date is not the same as its expiration date. Ensure that your AED battery is replaced before it runs out.

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AED Cabinets:

Defibrillator storage cabinets keep these life-saving devices organized, accessible, and accessible in case of an emergency. In addition, AEDs are installed across a building to ensure one is always accessible in a medical crisis.

We understand the importance of having an AED on site. That is why we offer various cabinets to protect your AED device. Please place them in your office, home, or anywhere to be easily accessed by visitors, rescuers, and professionals. AED Cabinets make it easy to store your AED securely, safely, and out of the way until you need it. We also offer cabinets with alarms that will alert others when an AED is in use and metal cabinets for a more robust solution.

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