Provides Realistic Training Demonstration and Superior Retention The easy-to-use samaritan PAD Trainer with remote control guides users through simulated analysis, energy delivery and prompted Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) intervals with the look and feel of a live samaritan Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) 350P without the actual charge and discharge of an electrical shock.
Simulate the Full Range of “Real Life” Scenarios The multi-function remote control enables you to select among six AHA/ERC scenarios for live demonstrations or training. One remote control can even operate multiple trainer units at a time (within a range of 10-15 feet/3-5 meters). The Trainer is also compatible with any CPR manikin system.
Realistic Voice and visual prompts and CPR coaching match those of the HeartSine samaritan PAD defibrillator. Likewise, size and shape are the same. Unique labeling and membrane color prevent inadvertent use in an actual emergency.
Appropriate for All Skill Levels The Trainer can be used by businesses to train employee first responders on the use of the HeartSine samaritan PAD. In addition, it meets the needs of professional trainers, either teaching first-time lay users or refreshing experienced emergency responders.
Cost-Effective The Trainer is powered by a rechargeable battery. Electrode pads are cost-effective and reusable, and mimic the Pad-Pak™ battery/pad cartridge unique to the HeartSine samaritan PAD defibrillator.
The Whole Package. The HeartSine samaritan PAD Trainer package includes remote control with AAA batteries, Trainer-Pak, battery charger, soft carry case with two zipper compartments, user manual, data cable and five pairs of training electrode pads.
Scenarios The HeartSine samaritan PAD Trainer integrates realistic rescue scenarios for AED training and adheres to the AHA/ERC 2010 protocol of one shock followed by two minutes of CPR. A metronome and flashing prompt at 110 beats per minute help to establish proper rate for chest compressions.
The selectable training scenarios include:
? SHOCK ADVISED (SA) condition, followed by CPR
? NO SHOCK ADVISED (NSA) condition, followed by CPR
? CHECK PADS, followed by an SA condition and CPR
? Starts directly in “ANALYZING” mode, followed by SA & CPR, SA & CPR, and NSA & CPR
? SHOCK ADVISED (SA) condition, followed by CPR, 30 compressions and 2 breaths
? NO SHOCK ADVISED (NSA) condition, followed by CPR, 30 compressions and 2 breaths