Automatic External Defibrillator

  • Simultaneous ECG Analysis and High-Voltage Charging(PCT Patent No. 10-19574) and Pre-Connected Pads: Reduces defibrillation time to within 21 seconds, with analysis and charging completed within 10 seconds
  • ICON LED indicators and sound alerts operate simultaneously, making it easy for anyone to use
  • LCD Indicator allows for easy management by displaying battery and device status when the power is off
  • Universal Pads mode selection button allows use for both adults and children
  • Self-Test functions: regular inspections (daily/weekly/monthly), POST(power-on self test), and BIST(Battery insert self-test) check the main unit and battery displaying results with O or X indicators
  • IR Port for easy PC connection and SD Card for data review and software upgrades. 
  • 2020 AHA(American Heart Association) Guidelines Compliant
  • Shock Delivery: 185~195J(±5%) for adults, 47~51J(±5%) for children
  • Dimensions: 240(W) × 294(H) × 95(D) mm
  • Weight: Approximately 2.5kg (including battery)
  • IP Level: IP54 protection against liquid and dust intrusion.

Detailed Description

Automatic External Defibrillator(AED)

An Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) is designed to save the lives of patients experiencing sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), commonly known as a heart attack. By attaching defibrillation pads to the patient's chest, the AED delivers an electric shock to the heart. This shock helps eliminate ventricular fibrillation and restore normal heart activity, thereby saving the patient's life. Additionally, the AED helps prevent brain damage and disabilities caused by cardiac arrest, ultimately increasing the survival rate of emergency patients.

The Necessity of AEDs

In the event of cardiac arrest, the heart stops, and oxygen is no longer supplied to the brain and heart. Without prompt treatment, brain damage begins within 4 minutes, and death can occur within 10 minutes. To prevent heart damage and brain death in emergency situations, early CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) and the use of an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) are crucial. Without them, the survival rate decreases by approximately 7-10% for every minute that passes beyond 5 minutes.

AED Response Time and Survival Rate

Recovery Probability Based on AED Response Time

As shown in the table, using an AED for cardiac arrest patients can significantly increase the chances of saving a life. The timely use of an AED can provide a critical opportunity to save the lives of cardiac arrest patients. In South Korea, over 30,000 people lose their lives annually due to sudden cardiac arrest, with a resuscitation rate of only about 8.7%, and just 5.4% of patients are discharged with normal brain function. In contrast, other advanced countries have a resuscitation rate of 10-30%.