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Different types of AEDs

At Heart of the Nation, we understand the critical role Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) play in saving lives.

 

That's why we are dedicated to providing comprehensive AED information and solutions tailored to meet your specific needs.

 

Whether you're exploring options for a new AED, seeking a customized package, or looking for parts and accessories for your existing device, we are here to support you every step of the way

NB - Photos of AEDs are not to scale

Sudden Cardiac Arrest can strike anywhere, at any time.  That's why there needs to be more defibrillators out in the community – in the home, at work, and the places where we like to play!

 

In fact, our goal is to get a defibrillator within 1 minute of wherever you happen to be – that's the only way to save more lives.

 

The AED's listed below will suit most circumstances and budgets – even the most expensive one is around the same price as a high-end TV, the main difference being that the AED can save a life.

 

An AED is simple and easy to use and requires no certification. It will not shock the patient unless they need to be shocked. 

How do I choose an AED

How do I choose a AED

An AED can be purchased by individuals and organisations of all types to enhance their first aid capabilities and response.

 

Department of Health does not recommend a particular brand or model of defibrillator for public use.

 

Consider the features of a defibrillator that best suit your situation.

Please ensure your unit of choice:

• is purchased from an Australian supplier

• has Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) approval

• is within your budget

• meets your requirements (eg child electrode pads, storage cabinets, 24/7 security option)

• has a high IP Rating suitable for outdoor use (IP55 or above)

• includes training for AED use and maintenance.

• confirms maintenance requirements and

warranty periods

AED Products 

AED Products

At Heart of the Nation, we pride ourselves on our close partnership with leading Automated External Defibrillator (AED) manufacturers. This collaboration allows us to offer a selection of the latest AED models, each equipped with advanced AED technology. These models are specifically chosen for their user-friendly features, including easy-to-follow instructions and robust durability, ensuring they are suitable for anyone to use.


What does an AED do?

A Defibrillator is an important device that can save lives.

 

It's used when someone's heart stops beating suddenly, a situation known as Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). This can happen because of different health problems.

Every year, over 30,000 people experience SCA. Sadly, if they don't get immediate help through defibrillation and CPR, less than 5% make it. The longer someone waits for defibrillation, the lower their chances of survival – it drops by 10% with each passing minute.

But, if a Defibrillator is used quickly, within the first few minutes of the cardiac arrest, the chances of surviving can go up to 70%. That's why it's really important for more people to know about Defibrillators, where to find them, and how to use them.


Heart of the Nation Communities.
Your community can help protect itself from sudden cardiac death, by ensuring there is access to an AED within 300m!  Locate this wall-hung OR floor mount cabinet with the AED fitted with a tracking device inside of the weatherproof cabinet, and you and your neighbours will have 24/7 access to one of these potentially lifesaving devices within minutes!

 

You will be connected to your community via the Heart of the Nation app, allowing you to call 000 and for help from your nearby responders, all within one handy app!  And when you travel, the app will always be ready to show you where your nearest Heart of the Nation member AED is, as well as connect you to local responders nearby if ever needed!

What is in a package ?

 

Your AED will come to you with step-by-step instructions and videos for how to ...

  • Set up your AED and make it operational

  • AED Manual

  • Register your AED with the Heart of the Nation App

  • Set up your contacts with the tracking technology so they will receive notifications when your AED is moved.

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What is an AED ?

An AED, or Automated External Defibrillator, is a user-friendly device designed for anyone to use in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest. No special training, certification, or qualifications are required.

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  • Your AED comes with Tracking technology which when paired with the Heart of the Nation ap will notify your contacts when the unit is moved and allow live tracking of your AED.

    You choose the type of AED cabinet that suits your needs.   Both cabinets are suitable for indoor or outdoor placement 24/7 with siren which activates when open ...

  • Wall Mount Cabinet          or                Floor Mount

What does an AED do?
Heart of the Nation Communities
What's included in a package?
What is an AED?
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When do you use an AED ?

When someone is not responding – that is, you cannot wake them up – that is the time to call 000 and send for an AED. If the person is not breathing normally, which may include no breathing at all or unusual sounds like gasping or snoring, it's time to initiate CPR and use the AED as quickly as possible.

How do you use an AED ?

Using an AED is straightforward. Simply power on the device by locating the power button or opening the lid. Depending on the AED model, you may use either method or both. Once activated, the AED takes charge, providing step-by-step instructions. As long as you can listen to or follow these instructions, you can play a crucial role in saving a life.

How do you find your nearest AED ?

Heart of the Nation maintains a national AED register. To locate the nearest AED registered with Heart of the Nation, download our app from the App Store or Google Play. Open the app and click the "Find your nearest AED" green button. Please note that this will display the ten closest AEDs registered with Heart of the Nation within a 5km radius of your search location."

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