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Space Coast Life Saverz sells AEDs

Space Coast Life Saverz is Brevard's choice for AEDs. Check with us before you purchase these life saving devices. We can handle any size order, from one to hundreds. Protect your employees, guests or customers.


Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is a leading cause of death globally. Response time is critical for survival. The HeartSine samaritan® PAD 350P was designed especially for use in public areas by providing a sophisticated defibrillator for adult or pediatric use, inside a lightweight and easy-to-operate system. Its advanced technology is balanced against the demands of real world use.

HeartSine 350 P

The 350P uses HeartSineís practical Pad-Pakô, which incorporates the battery and electrodes in a single-use cartridge - meaning only one expiration date to monitor and only one item to replace after use.

The 350P is suitable for use on adults and children.

For children younger than 8 years or weighing less than 25 kg (55 lbs), a Pediatric-Pakô is available.

Phillips Heart Start OnSite

We offer AEDs from Phillips. The HeartStart OnSite AED Defibrillator

Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is a leading the cause of death in adults.

With a small window of time to administer treatment (within 4-5 minutes), defibrillators can increase survival by some 40%.

Insofar as heart attack can occur anytime and anywhere, the presence of a Phillips Defibrillator can save lives.

Itís lifesaving, pure and simple!

New to AEDs and sudden cardiac arrest?
These fifteen facts will enable you to readily familiarize yourself with all-things AED

Fact 1: Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is a leading cause of death in the United States, killing nearly 300,000 every year.

Fact 2: SCA can strike persons of any age, gender, race and health.

Fact 3: An automated external defibrillator (AED) is a device used to administer an electric shock and restore the heart's normal rhythm.

Fact 4: Ventricular fibrillation (VF) is the abnormal heart rhythm that most often leads to sudden cardiac arrest. It is treatable with an AED.

Fact 5: The survival rate for SCA is less than 5%. This is due to limited AED accessibility.

Fact 6: If an SCA victim receives defibrillation through an AED within the first minute, the survival rate is 90%.

Fact 7: For every minute that passes without defibrillation, survival decreases by 7 - 10%.

Fact 8: 30% - 50% of SCA victims would survive if AEDs were used within five minutes.

Fact 9: If the AED determines the victim's heart is in VF, the AED will recommend a defibrillating shock.

Fact 10: If a person does not need an AED shock, the AED will not deliver.

Fact 11: All AED devices have voice prompts, enabling untrained bystanders to easily administer therapy with an AED.

Fact 12: If defibrillation is delayed by more than ten minutes, the survival rate is less than 5%.

Fact 13: 20% of police cars carry an AED or defibrillator.

Fact 14: SCA occurs most often in the home (57% - 75%), which are often unequipped with an AED.

Fact 15: AED electrodes collect information about the heart's rhythm and deliver the shock for the AED.