Technology | April 10, 2007

Biphasic Technique Effective at Ventricular Defibrillation

An AED that can be located instantly by its color, the Lifeline can be carried to the patient quickly without fumbling, as well as used with minimal steps to analyze and treat the patient's condition.

From the moment someone suffers sudden cardiac arrest, the design features of the Lifeline AED shave precious seconds off the defibrillation process. Its biphasic defibrillation technique is extremely effective at defibrillating patients in ventricular fibrillation - the most common form of Sudden Cardiac Arrest- on the first shock.
At just 4.2 pounds, a child could carry the Lifeline, and it meets US Military "drop and shock" specifications as well.

The Lifeline AED is designed for speed and simplicity, and it’s built to the demanding standards of professional emergency personnel. Simple enough for non- medical users, and its bright yellow color invites prominent display anywhere.