Especially suited to public spaces, fully automatic defibrillators (AEDs) can be used by any individual. These units generally offer voice prompts and/or visual instructions. After the defibrillator has analysed the patient's heart rhythm it will automatically administer a shock to the patient if one is required.
Public access defibrillators (often shortened to PADs) are commonly fully automatic. The level of guidance an automation built into these devices means they can be used by anybody capable of handling the unit and following the instructions. This makes fully automatic defibrillators an excellent choice for use within the community.
The Defibtech Lifeline Auto defibrillator uses fully automatic operation and supports the responder through clear voice and LED display instructions. Unique optional standard or high capacity battery available.
The Zoll AED Plus fully automatic defibrillator has the benefit of Real CPR Help feedback technology, and features a specially designed lid to use under the patient's shoulders to help maintain an open airway.
The fully automatic HeartSine Samaritan PAD 360P defibrillator automatically delivers a life saving shock if needed, and its durable design carries the industry's highest protection rating against dust and moisture.
Using fully automatic operation, the Schiller FRED Easy Life defibrillator has been designed for use by a complete lay person with no previous first aid experience. The defibrillator provides text and voice instructions throughout each stage of treatment and features diagrams on the front panel as an additional guide.
The fully automatic Physio-Control Lifepak CR2 defibrillator takes pressure off the responder by automatically delivering a shock (if needed) and gives clear voice guidance throughout. Providing easy to follow, clear voice prompts throughout treatment, the Physio Control CR2 has been designed to help keep the responder calm and in control while operating the defibrillator.
The fully automatic Physio-Control Lifepak CR2 defibrillator takes pressure off the responder by automatically delivering a shock (if needed) and gives clear voice guidance throughout, offering feedback when no CPR is detected, rate and depth guidance, a metronome and audio instructions on correct hand placement.