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As an Emergency Training Center in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, for over 19 years, Heart Start CPR has always been committed to providing our customers with quality AED machines. We offer a full selection of FDA-cleared AED for sale from the top manufacturers.

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An Automated External Defibrillator is a portable electronic device that analyzes the heart's rhythm during Sudden Cardiac Arrest, if necessary, delivers an electric shock to restore a normal heartbeat. AEDs are designed so non-medical professionals, such as bystanders or first responders, can easily use them and help someone experiencing a sudden cardiac arrest.

Protect the lives of those around you by investing in an AED machine from Heart Start CPR today. With a wide range of models from top manufacturers, we have the perfect AED Machine for your home, office, gym, or other public space.

Don't wait until it's too late - be prepared for a sudden cardiac emergency by having an AED readily available. Our team of experts is here to help you choose the right AED for your needs, and we also offer training courses. Contact us to place your order today.

Why do you need an AED Machine at your Location?

  • Rapid Response: The availability of an AED on-site can allow for a rapid response to a cardiac emergency, which can be critical in saving a life.
  • Easy to Use: AEDs are designed to be simple and easy to use, even for those without medical training. They typically provide voice prompts and visual cues to guide the user through the process.
  • Increased Survival Rates: Studies have shown that early defibrillation, within the first few minutes of SCA, can increase the chance of survival by up to 70%.
  • Compliance with Regulations: Many public and private organizations must have AEDs on-site to comply with state and federal regulations.
  • Peace of Mind: Having an AED on-site can provide peace of mind for employees, visitors, and customers, knowing that the Location is prepared to respond to a cardiac emergency.

How much does an AED Machine Cost?

The cost of the AED machine usually depends upon the model and the device's features. The cost is between $1000 and $2500.

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    What is an AED?
    An AED, or Automated External Defibrillator, is a portable medical device that can be used to restore normal heart rhythm in someone experiencing sudden cardiac arrest.
    Do I need to be trained to use an AED?
    While anyone can use an AED, it is recommended that you receive training on how to properly use the device. This will ensure that you are confident and comfortable using the device in an emergency situation.
    How often does an AED need to be maintained?
    AEDs should be maintained regularly to ensure that they are in good working condition. This includes regular battery checks and replacement, as well as periodic maintenance checks.
    Are AEDs safe to use?
    Yes, AEDs are safe to use. They are designed to be used by anyone, and the device will only deliver a shock if it is needed.
    Are AEDs expensive?
    The cost of an AED can vary depending on the brand and features. However, the cost of an AED is a small price to pay when you consider the potential cost of not having one in an emergency situation.
    Who can use an AED?
    AEDs are designed to be used by anyone, regardless of their medical training. The device provides clear, easy-to-follow instructions on how to use it.
    Who can use an AED?
    AEDs are designed to be used by anyone, regardless of their medical training. The device provides clear, easy-to-follow instructions on how to use it.
    What is the lifespan of an AED?
    The lifespan of an AED depends on the manufacturer and model. However, most AEDs have a lifespan of around 5-10 years.
    How often do I need to replace the batteries in an AED?
    The batteries in an AED should be replaced according to the manufacturer's guidelines. Typically, this is every 2-5 years.
    What is the difference between fully automatic and semi-automatic AEDs?
    A fully automatic AED delivers the shock to the heart automatically, while a semi-automatic AED requires the user to push a button to deliver the shock.