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The cardio-verter defibrillator (ICD) is an implantable device which is used to monitor heart rhythms and deliver shock if and when danger rhythms are detected. The ICD records the heart
An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in the form of ZOLL’s AED Plus features Real CPR Help is a tool which is designed to enable the user to monitor his actions and also provide Feedback to enable him to perform better. Its audio and visual prompts equip you with unmatched clarity and confidence in comparison to other available AEDs. When cardiac arrest strikes, about 50 percent of the victims require shock while the other half needs a CPR. Zoll
While sudden cardiac arrest is not as common of an occurrence in school-aged children as it is in many other segments of the population, particularly those in their early to middle age, it is something which happens and usually does so without warning.
This is a tragedy which is largely preventable, at least if the proper equipment is on hand. The first few minutes after a cardiac arrest are critical; and it can take some time for emergency personnel to arrive on the scene
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is characteristically different from