Technology | April 10, 2007

The AED 10 and AED 20 both feature a reportedly intuitive design to guide virtually any rescuer through a cardiac emergency. Using text messages, voice prompts and instructional illustrations, the AEDs automatically determine if a life-saving shock is required, yet protect against inappropriate delivery of electrical current to the patient. Intended for easy operation and quick deployment, the AED 10 and AED 20 use the simple “1-2-3” rescue approach.

Clear audible instructions and visual prompts on a large high-resolution display, as well as a color-coded defibrillation pad are among the features that make the AED 10 easy to use by minimally trained first responders. The AED 20 combines technology and versatility with optional manual defibrillation and Lead II monitoring with traditional snap-based electrodes.

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