Philips HeartStart OnSite Automated External Defibrillator
Philips HeartStart HS1 AED allows anyone with little or no training to treat the most common cause of suspected sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) by delivering a shock quickly and effectively, wherever SCA happens.
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Designed for the ordinary person in the extraordinary moment, Philips HeartStart HS1 AED is ready to act and virtually ready to go. It allows anyone with little or no training to treat the most common cause of suspected sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) by delivering a shock quickly and effectively, wherever SCA happens. The HS1 AED provides practically real-time guidance through step-by-step voice commands from pad placement to performing CPR. When every minute counts, Philips HeartStart HS1 AED is the partner by your side. Side by side. Step by step.
- Guides you through every step
The HeartStart HS1 AED provides real-time guidance through step-by-step voice commands from pad placement to performing CPR.
- Virtually ready to use out of the box
With OnSite’s Ready-Pack, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing your OnSite is deployed correctly and is ready to go when needed.
- Fast, confident shock delivery
OnSite is among the fastest in its class at delivering shock treatment after CPR.
7 cm x 19 cm x 21 cm
> 48 hours from 0 to 8,500 ft and <48 hours from 8,500 to 15,000 ft
0 – 43 °C (32 – 109 °F)
Able to deliver a shock after the end of a CPR interval, typically in eight seconds
SMART Truncated exponential biphasic. Waveform parameters adjusted as a function of patient impedance
|Defibrillation peak current - Adult||
32 A (150 J nominal) into a 50 ohm load
1. What causes SCA?
SCA occurs when the electrical system of the heart becomes chaotic, causing it to stop beating effectively.
2. How does OnSite assess heart rhythm?
OnSite includes highly proven Philips technology for heart rhythm assessment, called SMART Analysis.
3. How does OnSite know how much energy to deliver?
A technology called SMART Biphasic Impedance Compensation helps OnSite deliver the right amount of current and energy.
4. How do I know if a shock is needed?
The defibrillator assesses the patient’s heart rhythm. If a shock is advised, it directs you to press the flashing orange Shock button.
5. What if I don’t know the proper technique?
OnSite’s Life Guidance will lead you through all the steps, and special sensors in the pads will provide feedback so that the instructions are tailored to you.