How much is a new AED machine?

How much is a new AED machine?

Features and costs vary from device to device, but a new AED can cost anywhere from $1,275 to up to $2,875 for a professional-rated device. Let’s just put this out there, though: although costly, AEDs also save lives. More than 350,000 people die each year from out-of-hospital-cardiac arrest.

How do I get an AED?

An AED purchase requires a prescription. AEDs are manufactured and sold under guidelines approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Most AED vendors will provide the prescription with your purchase. Otherwise contact your medical director for a prescription.

How much does a Philips defibrillator cost?

The Philips HeartStart Home Defibrillator[3] sells for $1,270 and $1,565. Pads, which administer the electrical current, are necessary to operate the AED.

How much does it cost to maintain an AED machine?

The upkeep cost of an AED is minimal compared to the initial cost of the device. AED maintenance costs to consider are the batteries, adult and child pads, and other supplies that may come with the device. The average upkeep cost is around $75 annually per device.

Can a civilian buy an AED?

Can anyone buy an AED? Yes. FDA-approved AED’s can be purchased by interested individual or organizations. The American Heart Association provides a contact list of AED vendors.

How do I buy a AED for my business?

The AHA’s guide offers the following steps:

  1. Get Medical Oversight.
  2. Work with local EMS.
  3. Choose an AED.
  4. Contact technical support.
  5. Make sure program support is available.
  6. Develop a training plan.
  7. Raise awareness of the AED program.
  8. Implement an ongoing maintenance program.

Does insurance pay for a defibrillator?

Medical insurance will most likely not cover the cost of an AED. If you have an existing cardiac condition which increases your risk of sudden cardiac arrest which is supported by your physician, your insurance might cover the cost depending on the condition and your coverage.

Why is AED so expensive?

AEDs are expensive because of the level of R&D that goes into each unit. AEDs are medical devices which uses specialty electronic components to accurately analyze heart rhythms in order to effectively save someone’s life.

Who is AED superstore?

We are so much more than defibrillators. AED Superstore is the largest distributor of AEDs, defibrillator accessories, CPR training products, First Aid products, EMS Responder supplies, AHA AED/CPR training, and AED Program Management.

Where can I buy an AED?

Buy an AED at! We pride ourselves on carrying the perfect AED machine (AEDs, Automated External Defibrillators, AED device, etc.) for your home or office, as well as professional use in emergency medical situations. ZOLL, Philips, Heartsine, Defibtech, Physio-Control, and Cardiac Science AEDs are available.

Where is the AED superstore in Wisconsin?

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