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AEDs and Sudden Cardiac Arrest
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) strikes approximately 30,000 Australians every year, outside of hospital. Fewer than 10% survive, often because help cannot reach them in time.
For someone who has suffered a Sudden Cardiac Arrest, their chances of survival decrease by 10% for every minute they wait for defibrillation.
Our mission is to SAVE LIVES by ensuring that AEDs are within reach of the people who need them.
BeneHeart D1 Pro is a powerful automated external defibrillator (AED). Supporting you throughout the emergency response process, BeneHeart D1 is lightweight, compact, durable and very easy to use while offering all standard AED functions. 3 lead ECG and manual mode for clinical response.
BeneHeart D6, a professional biphasic defibrillator-monitor, meets the requirements of medical professionals in hospitals and clinics worldwide. The compact, durable, and ergonomic design of D6 makes it suitable for emergency use. Proven technologies ensure a robust unit, ready to be used in different environments. With different operation modes (manual defibrillation, AED, pacer, and monitoring mode) you are in control of any situation.
AEDs for the Workplace
This could include an office, warehouse, factory or mine site.
AEDs for Home
AEDs are getting cheaper as technology improves. AEDs in the home are starting to become more common place.
AEDs for Hospitals
Sudden Cardiac Arrests are more likely in hospitals and every location should have easy access to an AED.
AEDs for Gyms & Health Clubs
It is not unusual for people exercising to do too much too soon and really push themselves. This presents a risk for Sudden Cardiac Arrest.
AEDs for Sporting Clubs
AEDs for Personal Trainers
AEDs for Emergency Services
This will include Ambulance, Paramedics, Police and Fire Services. As such they are often first responders to the scene of the medical emergency.
AEDs for Large Shops
Many large shops are now investing in AEDs due to the large volume of Customers passing through their premises.
AEDs for Public Areas
This could include Airports, Train Stations, Bus Stations, Shopping Centres, Sports Stadia, Concert Halls, Theatres etc where large groups of people converge.
Our Portable AEDs can be carried by hand as in the picture opposite or will fit into a backpack.
They are also light enough to carry easily so they can be moved very quickly.
Portable Defibrillators are essential to Save Lives
Our Product Features
Reliability & Quality
Our AEDs comply with Australian Standards & Guidelines and have a 5 Year Warranty.
Easy to Use
Our Easy to Use Defibrillators give simple voice and visual display instructions.
All of our defibrillators are portable to allow fast transportation to where they are needed most.
Our defibrillators exceed Australian Standards and Guidelines and come with batteries with a long life.
10 Reasons You Need an AED
1. AEDs Save Lives!
2. Sudden Cardiac Arrest is a Leading Cause of Death in Australia & New Zealand.
3. Anyone can go into Sudden Cardiac Arrest.
4. AEDs are Easy to Use.
5. The Cost of an AED is relatively small. (tax deductions, grants & insurance discounts may be available)
6. Emergency Medical Services could easily take 10 minutes or more to arrive on the scene.
7. Safeguard against strenuous or dangerous physical work.
8. Gives safety for large groups of people.
9. Safety for athletes and people doing sports.
10. Be prepared for the emergency.
Our Blog Articles
Sample AED Policy This sample AED policy is intended as an example and is not intended as medical or legal advice. Permission is granted to reproduce this sample AED policy for the purpose of using it as a starting point towards the creation of a formal AED policy....
Every year in Australia approximately 30,000 people suffer a sudden cardiac arrest away from a hospital, a figure derived from a few studies in a few Australian states, as no nation-wide data is collected. This lack of information is in itself is a problem when it...
Sudden Cardiac Arrest can happen without warning. If you witnessed someone having an SCA, would you know what to do? Here is a Step-by-Step Guide:- Before Using the AED Diagnose Cardiac Arrest. Use the ABC Method Airway: Open the airway by...
A recent study in the U.S.A. in 2017 has revealed that half of American workers have no idea where the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is kept at work. Australian employers should be aware of this study and ensure that their employees are better informed. The...