HeartStart OnSite

HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator

HeartStartOnsite Defibrillator

The HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator is made by Philips, an innovative company that is well established in this market. This product is for use on any person suffering from cardiac arrest with little to no training or experience. The HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator is also portable, making the product easily available for any situation.

HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator Instruction Information

The HeartStart Onsite AED is easy to use and created with safety in mind. Detailed instructions are given audibly by the machine once the handle is pulled to remove the safety covering. These instructions are given in a soothing, calm, knowledgeable voice, which helps to keep the user calm under the stressful situation of dealing with a victim of cardiac arrest. Once the instructions are followed for attaching the HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator to the victim, the victim’s heart rate will be monitored by the machine. This will establish whether or not the patient needs the shock that the machine is created to give to save the life of a person experiencing cardiac arrest. If the victim’s heart function will not benefit from the use of the HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator, the machine will be unable to be activated. The HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator was created in this way to ensure the safety of anyone who may be around the product, including the user, the victim believed to be experiencing cardiac arrest, curious children, and anyone else the product comes into contact with.




When using the HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator, the audible instructions actually keep pace with the actions of the user. If the user does not complete one of the instructions, the machine rephrases and repeats the instruction so that it may be better understood by the user. There are also visual instructions that have been tested and proven to provide sufficient instruction if the user does not speak the language the machine’s audible instructions are spoken in. This creates an even greater ease of use, as well as insuring that the machine will be used with utmost accuracy.
Development of easy to use HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator.

Philips used extensive testing when creating the HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator to make this product easy to use and helpful to the situation by promoting a calm environment. Any action that was deemed confusing or hard to understand was refined by Philips to create this product. The instructions were established in short and to the point sentences which would decrease user confusion and stress. A reminder to call emergency services is included in the audible instructions given to the user by the HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator, in case this important step has been missed in the stressful and hectic environment created by cardiac arrest. The HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator is even equipped with CPR coaching at the push of a button to assist the user and the victim of cardiac arrest even further.

HeartStart Onsite

HeartStart Onsite

HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator Training

Philips has an extensive list which they have partnered with to assist in training anyone who feels they would benefit from it. This list includes the American Heart Association, the American Red Cross, the American Safety and Health Institute, the Medic First Aid Training Programs, MedAire, and the National Safety Council. Also available are training kits, adult and infant/child training pads, and an instructional video and poster (both of which are included in your shipment when you purchase the HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator). When using the training pads, the HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator is unable to provide a shock. Scripts for various situations are included with the training pads, as well as training mats which take the place of instructor’s mannequins.

HeartStart Onsite

HeartStart Onsite

Important information regarding the HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator

• The HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator does not require a prescription for purchase, and is the first of commercial defibrillators without this requirement.
• Weight: 3.3 pounds
• The HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator conducts over 80 self tests every day including insure battery charge, SMART pad readiness, and internal circuitry workability. An audible chirp will sound when machine’s self tests have discovered a problem.
• 120 point use and safety testing is conducted on every HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator before it leaves the factory.
• The HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator delivers high current/low energy therapy, which is proven to be extremely effective and minimizes side effects that could be harmful.
• Therapy can be delivered to the victim of cardiac arrest in as little as eight seconds after CPR has been administered by using the HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator’s Quick Shock feature.
• Pre-implementation consulting and site assessments can be received with the HeartStart Essentials AED Program Management Services.
• The HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator can provide a verbal account of the user’s actions to the victim, emergency medical personnel, or doctors at the touch of a button.
• The HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator is designed for use on adults and children, simply by switching from Adult Smart Pads to Infant/Children Smart Pads. The machine notes the difference and adjusts the actions to the appropriate victim of cardiac arrest.
• The HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator cannot be used on yourself. Most people suffering cardiac arrest are either unconscious or under conditions which will not allow them to be calm enough to administer this assistance to themselves. If a condition exists that causes you to worry, please contact your doctor.
• Using the HeartStart Onsite Defibrillator to assist someone suffering from sudden cardiac arrest may require you to kneel on the floor or ground for an extended period of time.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Educational Information
• Sudden cardiac arrest affects approximately 340,000 people in the United States every year.
• Sudden cardiac arrest is responsible for almost 250,000 deaths a year, with almost 80% occurring in the home.
• Currently in the United States, less than five percent of people suffering from sudden cardiac arrest survive their attack.
• Every minute that passes without assistance decreases the chances of survival by a person experiencing sudden cardiac arrest by approximately 10%.
• With faster access to the benefits of a defibrillator, approximately 40,000 people could be saved when suffering from sudden cardiac arrest.