Personal Defibrillator

Does your home need a Defibrillator?

Our defibrillator tells you how to use it, while you use it

• 100% safe - will only deliver a shock when a shock is required.
• 100% simple - tells you how to use the defibrillator AND how to perform CPR.
• 500P model tells you to push harder/faster as required by monitoring blood flow.

Home defibrillator
PAD500P
PAD360P
PAD350P

Every minute of delay reduces chance of survival by 10%

After 10 minutes it's all over

Should I have a defibrillator at home?

With the best ambulance response times in Australia now at 13 minutes but the survival time for a Sudden Cardiac Arrest without assistance at just 10 minutes, the answer for many people is Yes.

If you or your family have a history of heart problems, having an AED in the house could save a life. Our defibrillators talk you through the process of using the device while you use it - it will instruct you on how to operate the device, and will only deliver a shock when it detects a shock is required. To increase the odds of survival our defibrillators also talk you through the process of CPR - effective CPR and early defibrillation can raise the chance of survival from Sudden Cardiac Arrest from 5% to 85%! Our advanced Heartsine 500P model actually measures bloodflow electronically through the defibrillator pads so it can tell you if you need to push harder or faster.

Facts and figures

  • Every minute of delay reduces chance of survival by 10% - after 10 minutes it’s all over
  • Without effective CPR & defibrillation you have about 4 minutes before risk of irreversible damage or death
  • Statistics show the best average ambulance response time is above 13 minutes (ABC News, January 2017)
  • More than 80% of all cardiac deaths happen outside of hospitals.
  • In Australia almost 30,000 people die of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) a year.
  • You are more likely to die of SCA than of Cancer
  • You are most likely to die of SCA outside an area of medical help
  • SCA strikes suddenly and time is of the essence
  • Do you have a fire extinguisher in your house? Nearly 30,000 Australians die from SCA each year - you are more likely to die of SCA than in a fire

Contact Aero Healthcare now for more information and a free quote.