Philips HeartStart OnSite Defibrillator AED

Philips HeartStart OnSite Defibrillator AED with Red Slim Carry Case 1/EA
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The Philips Onsite HS1 AED comes ready-to-rescue and easy-to-use. Features: On-demand CPR coaching to provide guidance during resuscitation Quick shock feature delivers shock after the end of CPR Convertible into a non-shocking AED trainer with training pads

Charger for the Philips Rechargeable Li Ion Battery Part: M3849A


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Philips Battery Item M3849A
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Philips OnSite AED Defibrillator Quick Order Package

Philips OnSite AED Defibrillator Quick Order Package
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This “Quick Order Package” includes everything you need all in one easy-to-order package. The most-popular automated external defibrllator (AED) on the market for the lay-responder, the Philips OnSite Heart Defibrillator is designed “for the ordinary person in the extraordinary moment.” This safe and easy-to-use defibrillator is also now available without a prescription.

Philips He OnSite Defibrillator

Philips HeartStart OnSite Defibrillator AED
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The Best Investment you will ever make that hopefully you will never have to use! Designed to save a life in extraordinary circumstances. Each year sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) strikes approximately 340,000 people in the U.S. alone. The majority of these people have no warning, since they show no prior symptoms. And sadly, fewer than 5% or 1 in 20 survive, often because emergency medical services cannot reach them in time.