Automated External Defibrillator IN Dubai
Automatic External Defibrillator Machine
Life-Point b-PLUS AED automatic defibrillator is easy-to-use , it has accurate and reliable ECG Analysis with self test function. It has also Pace Maker Detection and Motion Detector. It is always ready to use thanks to its self-test function. b plus AED defibrillator is provided as a compact device with all its accessories which is provided as a small, light and standard accessory. Life Point bPlus AED defibrillator is easy to carry & handeing. It is suitable for use in any environment. It offers excellent quality with cost-efficient spare parts and accessories and 8 year warranty against manufacturing defects. As we are medical equipment suppliers in dubai and the dealer for Metsis Medikal LifePoint defibrillator in UAE in Dubai , we supply our automated external defibrillator in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah in United Arab Emirates - UAE, we have a big reference for Life-Point automated external defibrillator in dubai and in U.A.E and in the whole region. please email now for the best Defibrillator price in Dubai in UAE. we have trained engineers for installation and for full training and education the buyer.
How Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Works?
When the heart gets worn out from age or is damaged for some other reason, it becomes susceptible to failure. This failure is usually called a “heart attack.” What happens during a heart attack is that a blockage of the vessels of the heart or a failure of heart muscle to contract leads to the signal sent to the heart telling it to beat is disrupted. This disruption in the signal to the heart leads to the signal not being sent properly the next beat (note the heart beats about once per second), which ultimately leads to heart failure and death. One of the only ways doctors have been able to restart the heart after an event like this happens is by way of an external defibrillator. These are machines that work to reverse a heart failure symptom called fibrillation. The external defibrillator “shocks” the heart in a way and works to reset the signal, allowing the heart to continue to beat, assuming the damage to the heart by the blockage or muscle death isn’t too severe. Automated defibrillator is a life saving medical device with its light and useful design to apply electrical shock (defibrillation) to patient in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest. Automated defibrillators are designed to be used by everyone who didn’t have medical education but got first aid training.
What you will get:
- Main Machine
- Adults Pads
- Standard Accessories
- Pediatric Pads
- Wall Mounted Rack
- Ambulance Mounted Rack
8 years Warranty
Which places should have an automatic external defibrillators AED?
· Family Healthcare Centers
· Primary Healthcare Centers
· Patient Transfer Ambulances
· All amateur and professional sports clubs
· Sports Centers
· Shopping malls
· Airports and planes
· Governmental Buildings
· Golf fields
· Worship houses
· Beaches, swimming pools
· Trains, buses and subway stations
· Rural areas and villages
· Police and fire engines
· Residential Complexes
· Rescue Services
How to use automatic external defibrillator?
AED automatic defibrillator’s disposable pads are attached on chest of patient as being naked. Then, it is waited for defibrillator to analyze patient’s cardiac rhythm (ECG) and if AED advices defibrillation (shock), this could be done by pushing “defibrillation” button for semi-automatic defibrillators or by waiting defibrillator to apply it by itself for automatic defibrillators.
- Confirm cardiac arrest. Check to see if the victim is unable to respond and there is no breathing when you open the airway (by tilting back the head and lifting the chin up).
- Turn on the AED.
- Apply pads to the victim’s bare chest as shown.
- If necessary, plug the wire from the pads into the AED (usually next to a flashing light).
- Allow the AED to analyze the heart rhythm.
- If a shock is indicated by the AED, push the shock button.
- If a shock is recommended (sometimes it is not) make certain everyone “stands clear”, and does not touch the patient.
- If the patient is still not breathing, start CPR. Give 30 chest compressions and then 2 rescue breaths and continue this cycle until the AED gives further instructions or the patient starts breathing.
Who to Use External Defibrillator Works?
AED / automatic external defibrillator is designed to be used by everyone who has first aid knowledge without requiring medical education. In a perfect world, everybody should be trained on AED use (automatic defibrillator) and CPR (cardiac pulmonary resuscitation). Automatic defibrillator directs and assists the used via audible and visual commands. Average ambulance arrival time is approximately 10 – 12 minutes in the world and during such time, every minute passing can be vital. Chance of a person who experienced a sudden cardiac arrest to survive is too low without AED and CPR. Defibrillation is an electrical shock delivered to the heart designed to terminate a life-threatening arrhythmia. The Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a device capable of automatically detecting a heart rhythm that requires a shock. The AED will charge itself and prompt the user to deliver a shock to the victim. AEDs analyze the victim’s heart rhythm several times to be certain it is a shockable rhythm. All AEDs are operated in more or less the same way.
Could I hurt patient mistakenly with using bPLUS Life-Point automatic defibrillator?
Should AED automatic external defibrillator’s audible commands are fulfilled, NO! Automatic defibrillator thanks to its better ECG analysis is designed to apply defibrillator in required cases only.
Could I hurt myself of someone around me with using Life-Point AED defibrillator?
Should AED automatic external defibrillator’s audible commands are fulfilled, NO! As a basic principle, when automatic defibrillator advises shock (defibrillation) application, please make sure before defibrillation that no one is touching to patient and everyone is safe. Point Pro AED automatic defibrillator gives an audible signal when it is safe to touch to patient.
Can I Use Life-Point b-PLUS AED defibrillator for infants or children?
YES! But you need to use pediatric pads for patients between 1+ year and under 8 years.
- 0 – 1 Age group – Defibrillation not-recommended
- 1 – 8 ages group – under 25 Kg patients, with pediatric pads
- 8 and older – over 25 Kg patients, with adult pads
What are the matters you should pay attention if you already have a b-PLUS Life-Point AED (Automated External defibrillator) ?
Life-Point automatic defibrillator has periodic self-test function. If there is a malfunction or negative situation determined, then user is warned by means of a red warning sign on the device. Hence, you should always put your Life-Point defibrillator down a place where you can see and access it easily whenever required.
You should have periodic maintenance and calibration done on a regular basis. Please contact with only authorized Life Point service for this purpose.
Please make sure that all disposable pads, accessories and batteries are original. Otherwise, your AED may be out of order and this may cost a human life.
Please update your Life – Point AED defibrillator’s software and keep it available according to new resuscitation instructions at the authorized service.
Automated external defibrillators AED
have advanced ECG analysis software, device analyzes ECG signal and guide the user through audible and visual system. Therefore, user doesn’t need to know heart rhythm.
AED – automatic external defibrillator
is a special-design device for first aiders, being used until emergency paramedics arrive to the scene. Early defibrillation application which is a treatment of sudden cardiac arrest may enable heart beat again to maintain circulation and can save life… In some developed countries, it is compulsory to make automated external defibrillator available and easy to access as placed within excessively crowded areas such as stadiums, shopping malls and airports. Automatic defibrillator for which it would be proper to be used by ACLS certified people under optimum conditions, can also be used by people without any training thanks to its internal directions and audible guidance when required. AEDs are easy to operate units that may be used by the lay person or healthcare personnel who only have basic training. These machines analyze the cardiac rhythm and either instruct the delivery of shocks when required or deliver them automatically. As well as recommending that a shock is needed, the system can advise on the extent of the shock that should be delivered. The drawbacks of this technology are that the AED systems can only be used to treat ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia and not other forms of cardiac arrhythmia. In addition, the machines can take around 10 to 20 seconds to diagnose the rhythm, a gap in time that can be by-passed by a trained healthcare provider using a manual unit. Furthermore, in order to allow the machine time to analyze the cardiac rhythm, chest compressions usually need to be stopped. An automated external defibrillator (AED) is a portable device that checks the heart rhythm. If needed, it can send an electric shock to the heart to try to restore a normal rhythm. AEDs are used to treat sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). if you are looking for automated external defibrillator in Dubai UAE, Contact us today for the best price for automatic defibrillator AED in Dubai UAE.
What’s importance of early defibrillation?
Defibrillation is a part of basic life support; it is a life saving action to enable normal cardiac operation, ending irregular vibrations on myocardium by giving electric current to heart through defibrillator. Defibrillation applied for 20-30 seconds in VF or VT without pulse, converts almost 100% of them to sinus rhythm. Each one-minute delay reduces chance of success by 10%. In case of a 10-minute delay, chance to survive is close to 0. With every minute from development of cardiac arrest with VF or VT without pulse, mortality increases by 7 / 10%. In case of later start of defibrillation, survival chance of patient decreases; and only one among 250 patients can be saved in average in the event of starting cardiopulmonary resuscitation and defibrillation after first 10 minutes.
What’s the difference between heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest?
Basically, heart attack occurs due to decease and/or permanent damage of a part of cardiac muscle due to insufficient blood flow through this area. Sudden cardiac arrest means that heart beat turns from its normal cardiac rhythm into an abnormal rhythm. In Worldwide, loss of life due to sudden cardiac arrest is higher than total number of losses due to diseases such as breast cancer, AIDS and lung cancer.
Who carries risk of sudden cardiac arrest and what are the reasons?
People from any age, gender or race carry risk of sudden cardiac arrest; however some of them have higher risk than others.
· 40+ years old males
· Menopausal females
· Lack of exercise
· High cholesterol
· Cardiac diseases
Which one is the most common treatment for sudden cardiac arrest?
Simply the only proved cure for victims of ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia at the moment of sudden cardiac arrest is “defibrillation”. Defibrillation device is required for defibrillation application. Defibrillation’s Time/Success statistics for turning cardiac rhythm to normal. chance to survive decreases with each minute passing. After 10th minute, chance to survive is close to 0 according to the studies.
What happens in a cardiac arrest?
You might not think of yourself as having lots of muscles, but there’s one super-powerful muscle in your body you absolutely depend on: the tireless blood pump in your heart. If your heart stops beating properly and blood stops flowing, your brain starts to lose its oxygen supply and you can die within five minutes. That’s why people who suffer cardiac arrest (when their heart stops or goes into a dangerously abnormal rhythm) need emergency medical treatment. CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) can help maintain the flow of oxygen to the brain, but getting the heart restarted and working normally often requires defibrillation with an electric shock. in Defibrillator Dubai we supply defibrillator machine & defibrillator aed machine ( Automatic external defibrillator) at the best cost rate
What is the difference between ventricular fibrillation and atrial fibrillation?
The human heart has two upper chambers and two lower chambers. The upper chambers are called the left atrium and the right atrium – the plural of atrium is atria. The two lower chambers are the left ventricle and the right ventricle. When the two upper chambers – the atria – contract at an excessively high rate, and in an irregular way, the patient has atrial fibrillation. When the two lower chambers beat irregularly and flutter, the patient has ventricular fibrillation. Put simply – atrial fibrillation refers to the two upper heart chambers while ventricular fibrillation refers to the two lower heart chambers; in either case there abnormally irregular rhythm. Ventricular fibrillation is more serious than atrial fibrillation. Ventricular fibrillation frequently results in loss of consciousness and death, because ventricular arrhythmias are more likely to interrupt the pumping of blood, or undermine the heart’s ability to supply the body with oxygen-rich blood. For more information contact defibrillator dubai.
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