AED Comparison

Defibtech - Lifeline ECG

vs.

HeartSine - Samaritan PAD 450P

  Defibtech - Lifeline ECG HeartSine - Samaritan PAD 450P
AED Brand Defibtech - Lifeline ECG HeartSine - Samaritan PAD 450P
Description

Headquartered in Connecticut, Defibtech was formed in 1999.

The Defibtech Lifeline ECG AED is similar to the Lifeline View, however, professional responders can switch to a display mode that shows the patient's ECG.

HeartSine was founded in 1998 to continue innovative development of advanced lifesaving products for the treatment of sudden cardiac arrest. Their passion to innovate began thirty years earlier when they invented the first mobile defibrillator.

In 2015, HeartSine launched the Samaritan PAD 450P AED, offering real-time visual & verbal audio feedback.

In 2015, HeartSine was acquired by Physio-Control, who was subsequently acquired by Stryker in 2016.

AED Price $2,345 $1,465
Electrode Pads Shelf Life: 2 years 4 years
Electrode Pads Price Per Unit $67 Pad/Battery combo
Battery Shelf Life: 4 years 4 years
Battery Price Per Unit: $183 $186
Secondary Battery Shelf Life: N/A N/A
Secondary Battery Price Per Unit: N/A N/A
Total Cost of Ownership w/ Pedi Pads (during AED's warranty): $3,176 $2,108
AED Warranty: 8 years 8 years
IP Rating: 55 56
Weight: 3 lbs 2.4
Dimensions (in): 7.3 X 9.5 X 2.3 7.25 X 8 X 1.9
CPR Coaching: Passive Yes, and feedback
Electrode Pad Self Test: Yes Yes
Fully-automatic Option: No No
Convert AED to Trainer: No Trainer, use View trainer No. Requires buying a trainer
Bilingual: No No
Remote Monitoring: No Yes. Requires Gateway purchase (WiFi only)

Cost of Ownership

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