Featuring CPR Rate Advisor, HeartSine samaritan PAD 450P Connected AED offers real-time feedback on CPR rate as well as key features that help ensure readiness:
Simplified readiness monitoring
Integrated Wi-Fi connectivity
AED program management
Low cost of ownership
Real-time CPR Rate feedback
Integrated real-time CPR Rate feedback
Provides real-time visual and verbal feedback to the
rescuer on the rate of CPR compressions during an SCA
resuscitation, without the use of an accelerometer.
Visual indicators and verbal
Improved CPR fraction
To improve hands-on time for CPR delivery, the HeartSine
samaritan PAD 450P continues to remind the rescuer to
perform CPR when no CPR is detected.
Ready to shock
Highest level of protection against dust
Offers unmatched ruggedness with its high IP56 rating.
Clinically validated technology
Proprietary electrode technology and SCOPE™ biphasic
technology, a low energy escalating waveform, that
automatically adjusts for differences in patient impedance.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are key links in the chain of survival of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Some cardiac events are treatable with effective CPR alone. Others require a combination of effective CPR and the delivery a lifesaving shock by an AED. Either way, every minute counts. Typically, only about five percent of SCA victims survive. However, survival rates can increase up to 74%1 if CPR and a shock from an AED are provided within three minutes of collapse. Reducing response time by even one or two minutes from collapse to shock can mean the difference between death and survival.2 More than a simple AED, the HeartSine samaritan PAD 450P (SAM 450P) Automated External Defibrillator (AED) with integrated CPR Rate Advisor meets the needs of two key links in the chain of survival. Not only can the semi-automatic SAM 450P deliver a lifesaving shock, it provides real-time visual and verbal feedback to the rescuer on the rate of CPR compressions during an SCA resuscitation — effectively assisting the rescuer to perform CPR.