More than 1 in 5 AEDs may
not be ready for use.
Are you sure yours are ready?
You need to know.
Take 90 seconds now to learn why.
AEDs are FDA-regulated medical devices approved for use by non-medically trained lay people to treat sudden cardiac arrest. AED owners are responsible for ensuring these life-saving devices are ready to work every time they are needed. But ensuring readiness can be a real challenge for organizations of any size.
Yes, AEDs perform periodic self-tests of internal components, and all AEDs have visual status indicators that alert owners if there’s a problem with the device’s readiness. But regularly checking for these indications and keeping track of the various expiration dates of each AED’s batteries and pads, are all in human hands. And humans have a lot on their hands already. But now, there’s AED Sentinel, a remote AED monitoring system built for every AED program.
Today’s reliance on human AED inspectors results in a high rate of non-compliance, meaning large numbers of AEDs go uninspected or poorly maintained for long periods of time. This leads to an increased risk of AED failure, avoidable sudden cardiac death and lawsuits. And, of course, there are direct and indirect costs associated with pulling valuable employees away from their primary jobs to perform these checks. AED Sentinel eliminates the burden and cost of human inspections and reduces the risk and consequences of AED failure.
The best automated solution to ensure readiness:
Instantly increase your inspection frequency from (maybe) once per month to multiple checks per day, along with 24/7 automated monitoring of your AEDs and accessories.
True ease of ownership:
A healthy ROI:
Are you an AED distributor, manufacturer, program management company or CPR/AED training organization? Contact us to find out how you can bring the benefits of AED Sentinel to your customers.
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