Rescue 7 HeartSine Samaritan PAD (Public Access Defibrillator) 350P

Rescue 7 HeartSine Samaritan PAD (Public Access Defibrillator) 350P

Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is a leading cause of death globally. Response time is critical for survival. The HeartSine Samaritan PAD (Public Access Defibrillator) 350P is designed especially for use in public areas by providing a sophisticated defibrillator for adult or pediatric use, inside a lightweight and easy-to-operate system. This unit is lighter and smaller than other defibrillators, weighing only 2.4 lbs. It resists shock and vibration and carries an IP56 rating, the industry's highest rating against dust and water. The Samaritan PAD 350P utilizes proprietary electrode technology, advanced and stable firmware, and proprietary SCOPE™ Biphasic Technology (an escalating and low-energy waveform that automatically adjusts for patient impedance differences) to assess rhythm and recommend defibrillation if necessary.

The Samaritan PAD 350P features easy to understand visual and voice prompts that guide a user through the process including CPR coaching. Only two buttons, ON/OFF and SHOCK, are required, providing straightforward operation. A System Status Ready Indicator flashes to show that the complete system is operational and ready for use. The device automatically runs a self check each week.

The two-part design offers real economy for the real world. The Pad-Pak cartridge combines battery and electrode pads, with one expiration date to monitor. The cartridge has a shelf life of four years from the date of manufacture, offering significant savings over other defibrillators that require separate battery and pad units.

Basic package Includes: (1) 350P defibrillator, (1) battery and set of pads (Pad Pak - 4 year life), (1) carrying case, (1) user manual, (1) 10 year warranty, (1) static cling window decal. Unit also has CPR metronome for compression rate.


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