HeartSine Samaritan PAD 450P
- Ideal for homes, schools, churches, offices, gyms.
- Compact and Easy to Use
- Real - time CPR Feedback
- Compact Design. At 2.4 lbs and with a compact footprint, the SAM 450P is the most portable AED on the market.
- ICG-Based Feedback. With its revolutionary technology, HeartSine’s proprietary CPR Rate Advisor uses the SAM 450P via the defibrillator electrodes to determine the rate of CPR being applied, without any addition of accelerometers (or pucks) commonly used in other AED devices.
- Easy-to-Follow Visual and Verbal Guides. Easy-to-understand visual and voice prompts guide a user through the entire CPR process, providing specific feedback on the rate of compressions.
- Improved CPR Fraction. To ensure that CPR is consistently delivered, the SAM 450P continues to remind the rescuer to perform CPR when no CPR is detected.
- Highest Level of Protection from Dust and Water. With its IP56 rating, the SAM 450P defibrillator offers unmatched ruggedness for a variety of environments.
- Two Parts, One Expiration Date. The Pad-Pak™ cartridge combines battery and electrode pads, with only one expiration date to monitor.
- Real-Time CPR Rate Feedback. With its revolutionary technology, HeartSine’s proprietary CPR Rate Advisor uses the SAM 450P via the defibrillator electrodes to determine the rate of CPR being applied, without any addition of accelerometers (or pucks) commonly used in other AED devices.
- Low Cost of Ownership. With a shelf life of four years from the date of manufacture, the Pad-Pak offers significant savings over other defibrillators that require separate battery and electrode replacements.
- Advanced Technology. The SAM 450P utilizes proprietary electrode technology and patented SCOPE™* biphasic technology, an escalating and low-energy waveform that automatically adjusts for patient impedance differences, to assess rhythm and recommend defibrillation if necessary.
*Self-Compensating Output Pulse Envelope (SCOPE) technology automatically optimizes the waveform pulse envelope (amplitude, slope, and duration) for each individual patient.