AED Pads & Batteries

A crucial part of any successful AED initiative is keeping your defibrillators ready for use in any SCA emergency. Regular AED maintenance including monitoring and replacing aed pads and batteries is an absolute must in keeping your units ready for action. To aid you in keeping your AEDs ready for action, we carry a wide range of AED pads, replacement AED batteries, and other important accessories from all major AED suppliers.

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AED Pads & Batteries FAQ

A crucial part of any successful AED initiative is keeping your defibrillators ready for use in any SCA emergency. Regular AED maintenance including monitoring and replacing aed pads and batteries is an absolute must in keeping your units ready for action. To aid you in keeping your AEDs ready for action, we carry a wide range of AED pads, replacement AED batteries, and other important accessories from all major AED suppliers.

Yes, all AED electrode pads expire. Electrode pads contain an adhesive, a conducting gel, and a metal electrode. These components can break down over time and manufacturers cannot guarantee the pads will function properly in an emergency past the expiration dates listed on the packaging. It is important to be sure the electrode pads stored with your AED have not exceeded their expiration date. Expiration dates are found on the AED electrode pad packaging and are intentionally made easy to identify.

At AED Superstore we take sudden cardiac arrest extremely seriously and understand that well-maintained equipment and the right information can be the difference between a successful emergency rescue and a life lost. Keep your equipment ready and be sure to let us know how we can help.

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