The company urges organizations to manage their supplies months ahead to ensure there are enough Automated External Defibrillator (AED) pads during the holidays.
AEDLand, the distributor of affordable yet quality defibrillators and AEDs, is reminding public and private organizations to update their Automated External Defibrillator (AED) pads. According to the company's spokesperson, the COVID-19 supply chain systems are tight, and ordering supplies months ahead of time ensures that supplies are in place when needed.
“The holiday season is approaching fast and we at AEDLand want to alert public and private organizations to be prepared for one of the busiest times around. One of the things they should look out for is the maintenance of their AED devices. This includes replacements of AED pads to ensure they perform accordingly when needed,” said the company spokesperson.
According to research , the risk of cardiac death is nearly 5% higher around the holidays than it is throughout the rest of the year. This fact may be attributed to consuming huge amounts of alcoholic beverages and fatty and salty food. People also tend to forget their fitness routines and medical check-ups due to back-to-back schedules on their holiday plans.
AED pads typically have a lifespan of 18 to 30 months which is why supply checks and routine maintenance should be conducted for all AED units. This practice is also part of an organization's AED program to ensure the safety of people who will be using its AED device.
AED pads expire due to their gel adhesion. The gel binds the pad and the skin of a sudden cardiac arrest victim for good skin contact. When there is good contact, the AED can accurately assess the patient's heart rhythm and determine whether or not a sudden cardiac arrest is occurring.
But as time passes, the gel dries out and its chemical composition degrades. AED pads won't stick well to the skin if they are used after their expiration date, especially when cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is performed. AED pads with weak adhesion may peel away from the skin during compressions, decreasing the likelihood that the AED will offer efficient analysis and therapy.
AEDLand assures customers that its branded AED pads are made of quality materials. The company offers M5071A Philips HeartStart, Powerheart, HeartSine Samaritan, Lifepak, and Zoll AED pads. It also has best-selling pads such as Philips HeartStart M5071A SMART Pads Cartridge and Powerheart® G3 AED Defibrillation Pads.
The company's 24-hour friendly customer service personnel assists anyone who has inquiries or concerns about AEDLand products. It also offers free shipping nationwide. To browse, shop, and learn more about AEDLand, visit .
AEDLand delivers innovative and high-quality life-saving products at affordable prices. The family-owned company was founded by Tony Myers, who has been at the forefront of the business. Tony established the business to give customers affordable yet quality defibrillators and AEDs. Over the years, he integrated the old-fashioned values of hard work and honesty that his family has taught him throughout his life in agriculture. Today, Tony has dedicated this adventure to his family who drives him to succeed at this dream in the hopes that someday he will be able to turn over the business to a future generation and they will be able to forge this mission-driven business into their own, based on honesty and integrity as he has done.
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