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Lifeline VIEW

£1,376.00 Exc. VAT

Meet the AED that’s taking “easy-to-use” to a whole new level. Other AEDs tells you what to do in an emergency. The Lifeline VIEW is the first and only one that shows you video in full-motion colour. With award-winning design, durability and easy maintenance – we can guarantee you’ve never seen an AED like this before.

 

Includes;

  • Lifeline VIEW
  • Standard capacity battery
  • 4 Year lifespan
  • Up to 120 shocks
  • Set of adult pads

Defibtech Lifeline VIEW

The Lifeline VIEW is the ONLY AED on the market with a full-colour video screen – so even a child can use it with confidence in a rescue.

Clear voice instructions and graphics on a full-colour screen help anyone use the AED. A world first, even in noisy environments the device can be easily used thanks to the easy to understand on-screen video.

The standard Lifeline VIEW Defibrillator Battery (approx 4 years) is capable of performing 120 defibrillator shocks or 8 hours of continuous operation. For the Lifeline VIEW, the standard battery pack is the only option available.

Martek Lifecare is the proud UK distributor of Defibtech defibrillators

Defibrillator Kit

Our Lifeline VIEW kit comes with everything you need to start saving lives. We include the defibrillator unit, battery and a set of AED pads.

Lifeline VIEW Unit

Lightweight and easy to use an automated external defibrillator.

Battery

Capable of performing 120 defibrillator shocks or 8 hours of continuous operation.

Set of AED Pads

We include pair of adult defibrillation pads.

Easiest AED Available

It’s not just us who think the VIEW is the bee’s knees: it’s been proven time and again by independent studies to be the easiest defibrillator on the market to use – even without training. A trial by West Midlands Fire Service resulted in a top score of 100/100, while an independent study by first aid leaders Centric proved the highest success rate for untrained users.

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Battery Capacity Standard & High Capacity Standard & High Capacity High Capacity High Capacity
Screen No Screen No Screen Full Colour Screen Full Colour Screen
Shock Type Semi-Automatic Fully Automatic Semi-Automatic Fully Automatic
No. of Shocks 125 / 300 * 125 / 300 * 125 125
Hours of Continuous Operation 8 / 16 * 8 / 16 * 8 8
Languages Programmable English English English, Dutch, German, and French English, Dutch, German, and French
Size 22 x 30 x 7 cm 22 x 30 x 7 cm 18.5 x 24 x 5.8 cm 18.5 x 24 x 5.8 cm
Weight 1.9kg / 2kg * 1.9kg / 2kg * 1.4kg 1.4kg

* – Multiple answers are for Standard Capacity Battery / High Capacity Battery

Lifeline View AED FAQs

Please find a selection of common questions relating to the Lifeline range of AEDs.

When should the Lifeline View AED be used?


The Lifeline View (DDU-2300 and DDU-2450) AEDs are designed to help victims of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), including those who are:
• Unconscious and unresponsive
• Not breathing or not breathing normally

The Lifeline View models (DDU-2300 and DDU-2450) are compatible with our range of adult defibrillation pads (model DDP-2001) for patients eight years older or over 55 lbs (4 stone). If younger children under this weight limit, you can also use the specialised paediatric defibrillation pads (model number DDP-2002) if available.

When should the Lifeline View AED not be used?

It is not recommended to use the Lifeline View AED if the individual has responded or regained consciousness.

What dangers might using an AED pose to your health?

There is a selection of complications that may arise with AED treatment. Several of these are:

• Failure to identify shockable arrhythmia.
• Not administering a defibrillation shock in the presence of VF (ventricular fibrillation) or pulseless VT (ventricular tachycardia) can have devastating consequences, potentially leading to fatality or permanent damage.
• Defibrillation or post-shock dysfunction can occur due to improper energy levels.
• Myocardial damage.
• Fire hazard in the presence of high oxygen concentration or flammable anaesthetic agents.
• The incorrect administration of a pulse-sustaining rhythm may lead to ventricular fibrillation or even cardiac arrest.
• Bystander shock from patient contact during defibrillation shock.
• Interaction with pacemakers.
• Skin burns around the defibrillation pads placement area.
• Suffering from allergic dermatitis due to an adverse reaction to the materials used to manufacture defibrillation pads.

What warnings relate to Lifeline View AED usage?

• Possible fire or explosion. Do not use the AED in the presence of flammable gases or anaesthetics. Exercise caution when near oxygen sources (e.g., bag-valve-mask apparatuses or ventilator tubes). If necessary, switch off the gas source or move it away from the patient during defibrillation.
• Improper maintenance can cause the Lifeline Series of AEDs not to function. Maintain the devices following instructions found in the user manual and operating guide. Warning, the AED is not designed to be taken apart and contains no parts that users can service. Do not attempt to disassemble the device.
• For optimal performance, only open the sealed pads package before you use them. If left open for too long, the pads may become dry and unable to function correctly.
• To ensure the safety of both patient and operator, do NOT touch the patient during defibrillation. A shocking current may cause serious injury or harm to anyone nearby.
• Single-use defibrillation pads are intended for one application and must be discarded after use. Reusing these devices can lead to cross-infection, improper performance of the device, inadequate therapy delivery, or injury to either the patient or operator.
• If CPR is incorrectly administered during analysis, it can lead to incorrect or delayed diagnosis from the patient assessment system.
• The DDU-2000 Series AED is equipped with both manual and automated tests to ensure optimal readiness for use. However, these tests cannot guarantee performance or detect abuse, damage, or other unexpected issues that may arise after the last test has been completed.
• Even if an AED is used, the patient is not guaranteed to survive.

What cautions relate to Lifeline View AED usage?

• To ensure your safety, always adhere to the instructions on battery pack labels. Furthermore, be sure not to install any expired batteries.
• Be sure to adhere to the directions on all defibrillation pad labels and always use pads that have not expired.
• To guarantee optimal performance, the DDU-2000 Series AEDs must only be used and stored in an environment that meets all of the requirements set out in its technical specifications.
• Do not spend additional time determining an exact age or weight. If paediatric pads are unavailable, apply adult pads as depicted for infants and children while using the AED.

What is the warranty and technical support process?

Maintaining your Lifeline defibrillator’s readiness is crucial. You can download the Lifeline Warranty and Technical Support Process document here so you can troubleshoot common errors and be confident that your defibrillator will be ready when you need it most.

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