ZOLL AED Plus 2010 Guidelines Upgrade, 10 Overlay Labels

ZOLL AED Plus 2010 Guidelines Upgrade, 10 Overlay Labels

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ZOLL AED Plus 2010 Guidelines Upgrade, 10 Overlay Labels

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What's Included?

  • 10 overlay labels
  • Overlay placement instructions

The AED Plus 2010 Guidelines Upgrade, 10 Overlay Labels will help you upgrade your ZOLL AED Plus device to the 2010 guidelines from the American Heart Association.

To provide the most effective care and the highest chance of survival, you need to ensure that your AED is up-to-date and conforms to the correct guidelines.

These overlay labels are to be used to replace the initial face on the ZOLL AED Plus so not only the treatment provided by the device conforms to the 2010 AHA guidelines, but the device’s diagrams do too.

About the Manufacturer

Dating back to 1952, ZOLL Medical began with the Chief of the Cardiac Clinic at Beth Israel Hospital, Paul M. Zoll, M.D.

ZOLL are now famous for their strikingly bright, green devices that are visible in both busy and unfrequented environments. Not only are they visible, but the technologies developed by ZOLL cater for both medical professionals and first-time responders, so regardless of your training level, you can feel confident in the treatment you’re providing to the patient.

More Information

If you require more information about the AED Plus 2010 Guidelines Upgrade, 10 Overlay Labels, speak to the team here at defibshop.

To speak to one of our friendly, experts, call 888 820 0760 and they’ll be happy to share their knowledge with you.

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What is an IP rating?

An IP (Ingress Protection) rating classifies the degrees of protection of an electrical item against water and dust. Beginning with IP and followed by two numbers, the first digit is indicative of the item’s resistance to dust and the second is of its resistance to water. Protection against dust is measured from */ 0 up to 6, whereas protection against water is measured from */ 0 up to 8. The protection against these elements increases as the number does, with * / 0 telling us that the item has NO protection against either dust or water.

Why is this important?

The IP rating of a defib will tell you (and us!) whether it is suitable for the environment where it’s most likely to be used; for example, if there is a good chance your defib may be used in an outdoor environment, you will need a unit with a higher IP rating to ensure it can be used regardless the weather or terrain. If you are looking for a defibrillator more suitable for an indoors environment, you can afford to choose one with a lower IP rating, based on the other features that may be more suitable.

When a particular product is “approved” by the FDA, this marks the pass in the premarket approval (or PMA) application of a particular product which has been submitted to the FDA.

To receive approval of a device through a PMA application, the applicant in question must provide reasonable assurance of the device’s safety and effectiveness which is then challenged by the FDA before being approved.

Whilst all AEDs can be used to increase chances of survival and even save a life in the event of a cardiac arrest, FDA approved devices provide that extra piece of mind that the specific unit being used has undergone vigorous and substantial testing to ensure that that particular piece of equipment operates just as it should and provides the most effective care possible.

Many manufacturers perform their own tests on products, but not all defibrillators will undergo the same premarket approval as FDA approved devices and there is no guarantee or stamp of certification if testing has taken place with non-FDA approved products.