Regardless of whether it is a layperson or a professional rescuer, AHA/ERC Guidelines place a greater emphasis on the importance of effective CPR in increasing survival rates after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
The HeartSine samaritan PAD 500P defibrillator with integrated CPR Advisor is the most innovative device available to support these guidelines, giving rescuers feedback on the effectiveness of their CPR efforts – in real time.
Includes a 4 Year PadPak (combined battery & electrode cartridge) and a Carry Case with easy access compartments to perform a rescue. 8 Year Warranty Included with Every Purchase!
With an IP56 rating, the unit is extremely durable and well protected against dust and water.
Easy to follow Visual & Verbal Guidance
Easy-to-understand visual and voice prompts guide the rescuerthrough the entire resuscitation process, including CPR —a key link in the chain of survival.
A System Status Ready Indicator flashes to show that the completesystem is operational and ready for use. The device automatically runs a self-check each week.
Simple Two Button OperationWith just an ON/OFF and SHOCK button, the samaritan 500P PAD offers a simple, straight-forward operation.
Simple to Own & Low Ownership CostsSimple to OwnTwo parts, one expiration date. The innovative Pad-Pak™,an integrated battery and electrode single-use cartridge withone expiration date, offers one simple maintenance change every four years.Low cost of ownership.With a shelf life of four years from date of manufacture, the Pad-Pak offers significant savings over other defibrillators that require separate battery and electrode replacements.
Defibrillation is easy, CPR is the hard part.
The HeartSine samaritan PAD 500P provides all the advantages of the 350P with the addition of an innovative CPR Advisor. Regardless of whether it is a lay person or a professional rescuer, the AHA/ERC guidelines place a greater emphasis on the importance of CPR and advocate the prompt initiation of effective bystander CPR to significantly reduce mortality due to out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest.