ZOLL AED Product Selection Guide

AED Selection Guide

AED Selection Guide

Lifesaving Solutions for…

Unexpected Heroes – Lay rescuers _

First responders – Medically trained professionals

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AED Selection Guide

Lay Responders

Medically Trained, Professional and First Responders

What level of training do your responders have?

AED/CPR Certified

 ACLS (Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support)  BLS (Basic Life Support)

No formal AED/CPR training

Will your responders require an ECG/EKG display?

The AED 3 is a better option for untrained rescuers. Trained responders will also benefit from AED 3 enhanced features but depending on their level of comfort, training or price sensitivity, may find the AED Plus adequate

If no ECG/EKG is needed – Use Lay-responder device

Do you have responders with current certifications on CPR and the use of an AED?  Will they always be the person responding to an emergency?  Is it likely or possible that an untrained person could respond?

AED Pro offers manual defibrillation

Wil your responders require Manual defibrillation capabilities?

AED Pro offers 3 lead monitor cable option

Will your responders require 3 Lead monitoring?

The AED 3 is always the best choice for pediatrics based on rescuer support and TCO

Could children ever potentially be present in your facility?

AED 3 BLS has Uni-padz and Child CPR feedback

Will your responders need support for pediatric rescues?

The AED 3 WiFi capability is beneficial in large deployments with centralized program administration, or when the program administrator is in a different location or when a customer values AED readiness

How many AEDs do you have (or plan to install)? Will your AED(s) be located in the same facility as the program administrator? Is AED readiness important to you?

Both can use CaseReview or CodeReview – WiFi on the AED 3 BLS offers a convenience advantage

Do your responders do post event debriefing of CPR performance?

Key Features

AED Plus

ZOLL AED 3

Additional Information

Customer Preferences

AED Plus w/ECG

ZOLL AED 3 BLS

AED Pro

Additional Information

Real CPR Help

X

X

All ZOLL AED’s incorporate Real CPR Help technology. The ZOLL AED 3 provides enhancements in the delivery of this technology.

Real CPR Help

X

X

X

All ZOLL AED’s incorporate Real CPR Help technology.

Real-time CPR bar gauge

Monochrome

Large/color

Larger color bar gauge may be beneficial to untrained users

ECG display

ECG Text, & Bar Gauge

ECG + CPR Dashboard

ECG + Dashboard + See-thru CPR

All come with basic ECG capability. The addition of Defib Dashboard provides “real-time” numeric data on CPR performance. See-thru CPR filters out compression artifact allowing the rescuer to see the underlying heart rhythm. Ability to deliver a shock manually by the operator. Only done by ALCS trained users. All ZOLL AEDs use a child specific analysis algorithm. The AED Plus and Pro use separate 2 year pediatric pads. 5 year Uni-padz that can be used on adults or children. Pediatric CPR Feedback. Enables configuration and data downloads. USB is faster & less completed than IrDA. WiFi adds additional data transfer convenience & also enables remote monitoring of device readiness CaseReview and CodeReview software is available for all ZOLL AEDs. Both allow rescuers to review their CPR performance for training purposes. The ZOLL AED 3 can also transmit case data over WiFi. Faster shock times Improve CPR fraction helping ensure that profusion pressure in the heart is maintained. Lower cost option for monitoring vs. using defib electrode pads

Rescue images/Graphics

Text/graphics

Color image

Color rescue images may be easier to interpret by untrained users

CPR cycle timer

X

Cycle timer allows the reduction of CPR pause times.

Manual defibrillation

X

Readiness & TCO

X

X

ZOLL AED’s use 5 year pads and batteries which reduces cost and minimizes maintenance requirements improving device readiness

3 Lead Cable (lead 2 only)

X

Pediatric Support

Good

Best

Good

CPR-D Adult Electrodes

X

Last 5 years. One-piece design for fast/accurate placement. Lowest TCO in environments where only adults are present .

CPR Uni-padz

X

Last 5 years. Requires only one set of pads for adults or children. Lowest TCO in environments where both adults and children are present

Data X-Fer and Communication Method

IrDA

USB/WiFi

USB

Connectivity/Communication

IrDA

USB/WiFi

Enables configuration, data downloads and cloud connectivity

Post Event Debriefing

Good

Best

Good

USB

X

USB is faster and less complicated to use than IrDA.

WiFI

X

WiFi adds additional data transfer convenience and also enables remote monitoring of device readiness. Benefit to larger AED deployments.

Time to Shock

12 sec

8 sec

10 sec

Examples of Lay Rescuer Environments 

Examples of Medically Trained User Environments  ACLS – Physicians, Nurses, Paramedics, Respiratory Therapists, Pharmacists, etc., PALS - (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)  Healthcare/Alternate Care Hospital Critical Care with staff that can interpret ECG – ALS Trained Manual defibrillation, Monitoring, External pacing, cardioversion, etc… (Administer anesthesia)  BLS – In facility and pre-hospital healthcare professionals who need to perform CPR and perform “basic” cardiovascular life support functions (EMT, medical assistant, etc.)  Dentist, oral surgery, etc… (Administer anesthesia)  Alternate Care (High risk occupants such as independent living, assisted living, nursing homes, continuing care retirement facilities, adult day care)

Commercial (Corporate/Small and medium size businesses)  Schools (Public K-12, private, colleges, universities, vocational/technical)  Public areas (sports venues, shopping centers, churches, theme parks, etc…)  Government (municipalities, parks, state and federal buildings)  Police/Law Enforcement (trained first responders)  Recreational facilities (gyms, ski areas, climbing walls, etc.)  General inpatient units, outpatient clinics, diagnostic/treatment areas (e.g., radiology, endoscopy, dialysis, physical therapy, sleep clinic), public areas with outpatients/visitors, urgent care, non-critical medical services (out-patient)

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