WIFI Connected AED

HeartSine Wi-Fi Connected AEDs

We invest in AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) to protect and save lives. The remarkably easy-to-use and safe devices can help practically anyone save a human life. But what if the AED isn’t rescue ready when someone suffers a sudden cardiac arrest? Organizations struggle to manage weekly or monthly AED device audits and as a result AEDs often get neglected. Without routine replacement of batteries and pads AEDs the life-saving devices can go dead so to speak.
Enter the latest offerings from AED One-Stop Shop and purchaseAEDs.com with integrated Wi-Fi connectivity. Announcing the launch of the HeartSine Samaritan “Connected” bundles:
– HeartSine Samaritan “Connected” 350P (semi-automatic AED with integrated Wi-Fi)
– HeartSine Samaritan “Connected” 360P (fully-automatic AED with integrated Wi-Fi)
– HeartSine Samaritan “Connected” 350P (semi-auto AED with CPR Advisor & integrated Wi-Fi)
– HeartSine Gateway Device (to retro-fit all HeartSine 350P, 360P, and 450P models)
All of these offerings are designed to be compatible with AED LIFELINKcentral readiness software. The HeartSine Samaritan AEDs do their own period self-tests to ensure the hardware components, software and consumables combine to be rescue ready. Until now, employees would ideally check the devices periodically and record their audit results in a readiness software program or using paper check tags and/or spreadsheets. Such processes leave obvious room for error and some studies that more than 1 in 5 AEDs may not be ready for use.
So how does this new technology work and what does it do? The HeartSine Gateway communication device connects with the HeartSine AED, simply snapping on to the device. To accommodate the slightly larger combined size of the AED with the Gateway, the new bundles and retro-fit kits come with a larger newly designed Stryker carrying case((and a removal tool.) As part of a one-time setup the AED program coordinator pairs the Gateway units with their existing Wi-Fi single or dual band 2.4 ghz router. Once paired, the Gateway communicates with AED LIFELINKcentral to alert the program coordinator once an AED fails a self-test.
This new HeartSine Connected technology is valuable whether an organization invests in few AEDs or has many. That said, organizations with many AEDs (tens, hundreds, or thousands) tend to find the management of audits and maintenance especially cumbersome and challenging.
If you’re curious whether the new HeartSine Connected AEDs will pair with your existing readiness software, that’s not likely. The HeartSIne Connected offerings work only with Stryker’s LIFELINKcentral platform, which is yet another reason why customers are coming to AED One-Stop Shop and purchaseAEDs.com to integrate new technology into their existing program. Call 855-677-2337 or email Sales@AEDOneStopShop.com to set up a free webinar with an AED Consultant. We’ll learn about your AED program and your challenges and issues and we’ll take a deeper dive into what your program could look like with AED LIFELINKentral.

 

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