Training AED Package

Keep Your Defibrillator Skills Up-to-date With The Stand Alone AED Training Unit

 

The Standalone AED Trainer is ideal whether you are a First Aid Trainer looking for a Training Unit to teach defibrillator use to students or if you have a defibrillator on-site and wish to have a dedicated training unit to keep your staffs’ skills up-to-date.

£399.00 Excl. VAT

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  • OVERVIEW

    Product Details

    The Standalone Training AED is ideal whether you are a First Aid Trainer looking for a Training Unit to teach defibrillator use to students or if you have a defibrillator on-site and wish to have a dedicated training unit to keep your staffs’ skills up-to-date.

    The Training AED can be used to instruct students in the various operating modes of the Lifeline Series AEDs, and in the use of an AED as part of a standard rescue protocol. The trainer unit is similar to a functional AED in form and operation, but all rubberized exterior surfaces are red, instead of black, to clearly distinguish the unit as a training device that cannot be used to defibrillate a real patient.

    The training AED allows you to practice a rescue procedure as many times as needed for you and your staff to feel comfortable. The package includes training pads to be used on any CPR manikin and a remote control to allow you to pause or advance through the rescue stages as needed.

    Training AED Package, Features & Benefits:

    The Standalone AED Trainer is sold as part of the Standalone Training Package, which includes the following:

    • DDU-100TR Trainer AED
    • DBP-RC2 Training Battery (rechargeable)
    • DTR-201 Training Battery Charger
    • DDP-100TR Adult Training Pads
    • DTR-400 Remote Control
    • Also available: DDP-200P-TR Child/Infant Training Pads

    Martek Lifecare is the proud UK distributor of Defibtech products

    Sudden Cardiac Arrest

    Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is the world’s leading cause of death. In the UK alone, SCA kills over 140,000 people including 15 young people every single week. Early defibrillation is the key to saving a victim of SCA. Their chances of survival rise up to 70% if defibrillation is achieved within the first 3 minutes compared to a 5% chance of survival if a defibrillator is not present.

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