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Home is Where the Heart Is: Introducing the Over-the-Counter HeartSine samaritan PAD 350P AED

 

Over 350,000 Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) cases occur annually in the US, with about 70% taking place in the home. The HeartSine samaritan® PAD 350P AED, FDA-approved for over-the-counter use, offers a straightforward solution for home emergency preparedness. This accessible, reliable AED empowers you to safeguard your family with confidence.

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Why Do I Need an AED at Home?

 

Rapid Response to Cardiac Arrests: Cardiac arrests can occur suddenly and without warning, and they are a leading cause of death. An AED provides a quick way to respond in such emergencies. The sooner a person receives defibrillation, the higher their chances of survival.

Ease of Use: AEDs are designed to be used by laypeople with minimal training. They provide audio and visual cues to guide the user through the process, making them accessible in high-stress situations.

Increased Survival Rates: Studies have shown that the use of an AED significantly increases the survival rate of cardiac arrest victims. When defibrillation is provided within the first few minutes of a cardiac arrest, the chances of survival can be as high as 60-70%.

Supports Emergency Services: Having an AED on hand can support the efforts of emergency responders by providing immediate care until they arrive.

Peace of Mind: For those with a family history of heart disease or known cardiac issues, having an AED at home can offer peace of mind, knowing that they are prepared for a potential cardiac emergency.

Community Safety:
In a broader sense, having an AED in your home can also contribute to the safety of your neighborhood, especially in areas where emergency medical services may have longer response times.


Complements CPR Training:
While CPR is essential in a cardiac emergency, it is most effective when combined with defibrillation. An AED complements CPR efforts and can increase the effectiveness of resuscitation efforts.

 

 

HeartSine Samaritan PAD 350P AED

 

Created specifically for over-the-counter home use, the HeartSine Samaritan PAD 350P (SAM 350P) provides clear guidance during a cardiac emergency. Through visual and verbal prompts, the 350P directs you step-by-step through the resuscitation process using CPR Coaching, eliminating the need for expert knowledge. The SAM 350P is suitable for use on adults and children (1 year+) without the need for a doctor's prescription.

What’s Included?

  • HeartSine Samaritan PAD 350P AED
  • Adult Pad-Pak (battery and electrode pads)
  • First Steps and Warranty Registration Card
  • Quick Start Guides
  • User Manual
  • Quick Use Guide Hang Tag
  • Free Shipping
  • Maintenance and Management for your HeartSine® Samaritan PAD 350P/360P AED

 

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HeartSine Samaritan PAD 350P Features & Benefits:

  • FDA-Approved & Child-Friendly: Pediatric-Pak for children, no prescription needed.
  • Effortless Setup: Clear, easy instructions for quick readiness.
  • Maintenance Made Simple: Access to self-training videos for hassle-free upkeep.
  • Intuitive Two-Button Operation: Simplified with On/Off and Shock buttons.
  • Elegant and Lightweight Design: Sleek, compact size (8" x 7.25" x 1"), weighs just 2.4 lbs.
  • Optimal Portability: Ideal for both home display and travel.
  • Reliable Self-Testing: Weekly tests with clear "rescue ready" indicator.
  • Superior Protection: Leading IP56 rating for dust and water resistance.
  • Advanced Clinical Technology: Features SCOPE biphasic technology and patient impedance adaptation.
  • Innovative Pad-Pak System: Integrated battery and electrode cartridge for minimal maintenance.
  • Long-Term Value: Four-year shelf life and cost savings potential.
  • Strong Warranty: Backed by an 8-year limited warranty.

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Do I Need an AED if I Had a Heart Attack?

Understanding the Connection Between Heart Attacks and Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA): How the HeartSine Samaritan® PAD 350P AED Can Help

 

Did you know that a heart attack, or myocardial infarction (MI), can significantly increase your risk of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), both during recovery and afterwards? It's a common misconception that heart attacks always lead immediately to SCA. In reality, the risk persists long after the initial event, especially if the heart attack caused considerable damage to your heart muscle. Even a mild MI with minimal or moderate damage can elevate your risk of developing heart failure, a serious long-term consequence.

To protect yourself and your loved ones from the risk of post-heart attack sudden cardiac arrest, consider  the HeartSine Samaritan® PAD 350P AED. This Over-The-Counter (OTC) Automated External Defibrillator is designed for ease of use, making it an essential addition to any home where someone has suffered a heart attack. By choosing the HeartSine Samaritan® PAD 350P AED, you're taking a proactive step in safeguarding against one of the most severe complications following a heart attack. Learn more about how this life-saving device can provide peace of mind and crucial support in the event of sudden cardiac arrest. 

 

Have Questions?

Frequently Asked Questions:

Are AEDs required?

AED requirements vary by location and context, with specific laws in some areas mandating their presence in public places or workplaces.

Are AEDs covered by insurance?

Coverage depends on the insurance policy; some health insurance plans might cover them if medically necessary.

Are AEDs FSA eligible?

A Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Savings Account (HSA), and Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) cover the costs of an automated external defibrillator (AED), but a Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (DCFSA) or Limited-Purpose Flexible Spending Account (LPFSA) do not.

Are AEDs required in California?

California has laws mandating AEDs in certain buildings or public places, similar to other regions.

Are AEDs required in the workplace?

This depends on local laws and regulations, with some places requiring AEDs in workplaces.

What AED should I buy?

The Heartsine samaritan PAD 350P is an excellent choice for home use as it has been cleared by the FDA for over-the-counter home use.

What is an AED and how do you use it?

An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a portable device used to treat sudden cardiac arrest by delivering an electric shock. To use it: Call 9-1-1, turn on the AED, expose the person's chest, attach pads, stand clear and analyze, deliver shock if needed, and perform CPR following the AED's voice prompts.

Where are AEDs located?

AEDs are typically found in public areas like airports, schools, and shopping centers.

Where are AEDs found?

AEDs are commonly located in high-traffic public places for easy accessibility during emergencies.

Where are AEDs required?

Requirements vary, with some regions mandating them in public buildings, schools, or workplaces.

Where are AEDs mandatory?

This varies by jurisdiction, with some areas having specific mandates for AEDs in public or commercial buildings.

Why are AEDs important?

AEDs are crucial for immediate intervention in cases of cardiac arrest, significantly improving survival chances.

Why is an AED needed?

An AED is needed to provide rapid treatment for sudden cardiac arrest, helping to restore a normal heart rhythm.

Why is an AED safe and easy to use?

AEDs are designed with clear instructions and automated functions, making them safe and easy for untrained individuals to use.

Will an AED help a heart attack?

AEDs can be life-saving in heart attacks involving irregular heart rhythms, but not in all types.

Will an AED work on AFib?

AEDs are not typically used for AFib; they're designed to treat ventricular fibrillation or tachycardia.

Will an AED restart a heart?

AEDs can restore normal rhythm in cases of cardiac arrest due to ventricular fibrillation.

Will an AED work on a stopped heart?

AEDs cannot shock a completely stopped heart (asystole); they treat specific abnormal rhythms.

Will an AED shock asystole?

No, AEDs do not deliver a shock in asystole, as they detect and treat certain types of arrhythmias, not the absence of a heartbeat.