AED Resources

There are several AED manufacturers and more than a dozen FDA-cleared AEDs on the market. Here you’ll find the details regarding each AED machine, what features they have and what makes them unique. The focus is on the product.

The Defibtech Lifeline and Defibtech Lifeline Auto automated external defibrillators (AEDs) include all of the critical features needed to provide the most advanced treatment for sudden cardiac arrest. The user-friendly design is so simple that even non-medical personnel can effectively operate and potentially save a life with these AED machines.   Table of Contents Defibtech Lifeline Features Performance and Reliability Defibtech Certifications Defibtech Lifeline Cost Analysis What Are Customers Saying about the Defibtech Lifeline Wes Wagoner: Professional EMT Review AED Comparison Chart AED Use-Case Analysis Local AED Regulations How to Use the Defibtech Lifeline AED Defibtech Lifeline Save Story Frequently …

An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is crucial when saving a life during a sudden cardiac arrest emergency. But what happens if your AED does not have the correct accessories to deliver the necessary life-saving shock? If pediatric pads are unavailable, you may have questioned, “Can you use adult AED pads on a child? Is it safe, and if so, under what circumstances?” Explore with us how to apply electrode pads to children and infants, when it is appropriate to use adult pads on a child or infant, and what tools and resources you need to stay equipped for an emergency …

Can you perform CPR on a person with a pacemaker? Can an AED be used safely on someone with a pacemaker? The short answer is yes, it is generally safe to use an AED on someone with a pacemaker. However, when treating someone who has a pacemaker with an AED and CPR, there are specific considerations that must be made. Read more to uncover some of the common misconceptions about using AEDs on pacemaker patients.  Table of Contents Understanding pacemakers and AEDs What is a pacemaker What is an AED Pacemaker and AED Interactions Using an AED on a pacemaker …

Just as it’s important to know when to use AED units, it’s important to know when NOT to use automated external defibrillators (AEDs) as well. Learning the signs of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) emergencies and the steps in what to do if someone needs CPR and AED use can save a person’s life during a cardiac emergency when every second counts. Table of Contents When is an AED needed? When Should you NOT Use an AED? When to Use CPR, an AED, or Both How to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) How to perform CPR Using an AED & …