Training Conversion Kit – Lifeline AED & AUTO

The AED Training Conversion kit allows you to safely use your existing Lifeline AED for training purposes with no risk of being able to deliver a shock.

 

You can then easily convert it back into a live unit ready to use to save lives.

 

The training kit comes with a range of programmed scenarios which you can control from the remote to simulate rescue scenarios without delivering a defibrillation shock.

£253.00 Excl. VAT

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  • OVERVIEW

    Product Details

    The AED Training Conversion Kit allows you to take your existing Lifeline AED and turn it into a temporary training AED. The advantage of this is that you do not need separate training and live units which cuts down on storage requirements. You can safely use your existing Lifeline AED for training purposes with no risk of being able to deliver a shock and then easily convert it back into a live unit ready to use to save lives.

    Martek Lifecare is the proud UK distributor of Defibtech products

    AED Training Conversion Kit:

    • A rechargeable training battery
    • Battery charger
    • Remote control
    • Training software

    The remote control which is included in the pack allows you to select different rescue scenarios for easier management of training sessions by an instructor.

    In addition to this kit, you will also need some training pads (sold separately). Young children require a lower voltage of shock and different pad placement if they go into sudden cardiac arrest, if you are training people who may need to perform defibrillation on a young child then we recommend also purchasing some paediatric training pads to make the situation more realistic. This helps to build confidence and knowledge and helps ensures the first aider will react confidently and correctly in a real-life situation.

    Sudden Cardiac Arrest

    Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is the world’s leading cause of death and can happen to anybody at any time, regardless of age or fitness level. 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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