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Arch™ Medical Direction & Program Management

Arch provides you with an easy way to manage your AED. It handles all post-event details including filing the event usage report, a free loaner AED with replacement parts, and filing all necessary paperwork to comply with local laws and medical direction. You also receive reminders to conduct monthly checks and replace expiring parts. Arch can manage a single device, or thousands of devices across multiple sites, even if those devices are of various makes and models.

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AED Superstore has been providing exceptional service and second-to-none selection and pricing on emergency medical equipment and first aid supplies for over 15 years. Our passion has been and continues to be making life-saving AEDs (also referred to as Automated External Defibrillators, AED Machines, AED Defibrillators, etc.) and emergency medical equipment available to all.

Whether you're looking for new AEDs, information on sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), need training on CPR, or want to purchase emergency first aid equipment like AEDs or bag valve masks, we have you covered.

What is an AED?

An AED or Automated External Defibrillator is a portable emergency medical device that analyzes the heart's rhythm for an arrhythmia and provides an electric shock to the heart if needed. The devices are often kept in public places, carried by first responders (police, fire, etc.), and utilized during sudden cardiac arrest emergencies. AEDs can be fully automatic or semi automatic and usually cost between $1,500-$2,000, with some models being closer to $4,000.00.

How does an AED work?

An AED works by analyzing the patient's heart rhythm and delivering a shock to the heart if it detects an abnormal heart rhythm (arrhythmia) caused by ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia. To learn more, watch our video on how to use an AED.

Who can use an AED?

An AED can be used by anyone with minimal CPR and AED training. Most AEDs are intended for use by the general public and include user-friendly directions such as voice-prompts to help guide lay-persons through their use.

Do I need an AED?

A variety of factors play into whether you, your business, or your organization should have an AED. Generally, your need for an AED will come down to three core questions:

  • What's the likelihood of an SCA event occuring?
  • What are the consequences if an event occurs that requires an AED and you aren't prepared?
  • What do regulations/laws say about your need for an AED?

What kind of AED fits my needs?

The best AED for you will depend on a variety of factors including but not limited to your specific use-case, budget, program management abilities and more. To better understand which AED may work best for you, take a look at our AED buyers guide or give us a call.

To learn more about AEDs, please visit our AED FAQ.
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  • Free, same-day shipping on orders of $99+
  • 30-day, money-back guarantee
  • Knowledgeable customer service
  • Lowest prices on new AEDs
  • Inventory includes every FDA-cleared defibrillator
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