AED Comparison

Defibtech - Lifeline

vs.

ZOLL - AED Plus

  Defibtech - Lifeline ZOLL - AED Plus
AED Brand Defibtech - Lifeline ZOLL - AED Plus
Description

Headquartered in Connecticut, Defibtech was formed in 1999.

In 2002, Defibtech introduced the Lifeline AED with its simple display and cost-effective price point.

ZOLL Medical Corporation was formed in 1980 with co-founders including Dr. Zoll who had previously been the first physician to successfully use external defibrillation to regulate heart rhythms in patients and discovered that external electrical countershock is effective in terminating supraventricular tachycardia and ventricular tachycardia.

In 2002, the ZOLL AED Plus defibrillator received 510(k) marketing clearance from the FDA. The ZOLL AED Plus was the first system to provide instantaneous feedback on the depth and rate of chest compressions during CPR.

The Fully Automatic version of the AED Plus was introduced in 2013.

AED Price $1,195 $1,699
Electrode Pads Shelf Life: 2 years 5 years
Electrode Pads Price Per Unit $61 $177
Battery Shelf Life: 5 or 7 years 5 years
Battery Price Per Unit: $173 $79
Secondary Battery Shelf Life: 1 Year N/A
Secondary Battery Price Per Unit: $9 N/A
Total Cost of Ownership w/ Pedi Pads (during AED's warranty): $2,107 $2,253
AED Warranty: 8 years 7 years
IP Rating: 54 55
Weight: 4.2 lbs 6.7 lbs
Dimensions (in): 8.5 X 11.8 X 2.7 9.5 X 11.5 X 5.25
CPR Coaching: Passive No, but has CPR feedback
Electrode Pad Self Test: No No
Fully-automatic Option: Yes; additional price Yes
Convert AED to Trainer: No. Requires buying a trainer No. Requires buying a simulator
Bilingual: No No
Remote Monitoring: No No

Cost of Ownership

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