Philips HS1 Infant - Child SMART Pad Cartridge
Philips HS1 Infant - Child SMART Pad Cartridge
Product Code M5072Aie
- 1 set of Child SMART Electrode Pads
The HS1 Infant - Child SMART Pad Cartridge for the Philips HS1 AED range will help ensure that you're prepared for the event of a child suffering a cardiac arrest by lowering the Joule output of the device to a safer level for a child's heart.
Having a set of paediatric electrode pads available for your Philips HS1 AED will allow you to be prepared and act in the event of a child suffering a cardiac arrest, providing them with the best chance of survival.
The pads are protected with a clear, plastic casing. This helps ensure that they are effectively protected and are in an optimum condition prior to being used.
- Protective casing ensures the pads are kept in the best possible condition before use
- Designed for use on children aged 1 - 8 years old
- 24 month shelf life
- Sticky, conductive adhesive ensures that once the pads are placed, they will not move
- Pre-connected by design, helping save vital time in an emergency
How to use
Paediatric electrode pads enable you to act in the event of a child suffering a cardiac arrest. They are an essential piece of equipment if the AED is located in a location frequented by children. These electrode pads lower the Joule output provided by the defibrillator to a safer level for that of a 1 - 8-year-old's heart.
After the electrode pads have been removed from their packaging, the first responder should refer to the diagrams on the pads to help with correct pad placement as children require the electrode pads to be placed differently.
Once placed, the pads will then monitor and evaluate the heart's rhythm. This information will then be relayed back to the defibrillator and the device will determine whether treatment is required.
About the Manufacturer
Over the year's, Philips have become one of the world's leaders in AED technology and manufacturing by developing high quality, user-friendly AEDs.
Their AED range has been designed to be used by people of all levels of training and AED knowledge, so whether you're a medical professional or a first-time responder, you can feel confident in the treatment you're delivering with a Philips AED.
If you would like more information about the HS1 Infant - Child SMART Pad Cartridge, the defibshop teams are the one to contact.
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