Welcome to DDI Safety’s
Ultimate Defibrillator Guide
What is a Defibrillator?
What is a cardiac arrest?
How do Defibrillators help?
How do I know when to shock someone?
Why are Defibrillators important?
Am I legally required to have a Defibrillator at my Workplace?
Does it matter what Defibrillator I get?
It does. While all AED’s have the same basic function, there are a variety of extra features and options that can make them even more helpful in emergencies. At DDI Safety we’ve made sure we only sell high-quality, easy-to-maintain Heartsine and Lifepak Defibrillators.
Lets go through the features:
How much does a Defibrillator cost?
Let’s just make this easy?
How Do I Use and Mantain A Defibrillator
How do you use defibrillators?
2. Pad placement On adults, generally you should place one pad slightly below the collar bone on the persons right chest and one pad on the person’s left side below the arm pit. This is an ideal position for the shock to run through the heart. Of course, in the stress of an emergency it could be hard to remember the right place, so defibrillators have handy reminder images of the right locations.
Are Defibrillators easy to maintain? What maintenance is required on AED’s
Why aren’t Defibrillator
batteries and pads reusable?
Further Reading and References