AED Comparison

HeartSine - Samaritan PAD 350P

vs.

Physio Control - Lifepak Express

  HeartSine - Samaritan PAD 350P Physio Control - Lifepak Express
AED Brand HeartSine - Samaritan PAD 350P Physio Control - Lifepak Express
Description

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 2013, the HeartSine Samaritan PAD 350P was launched with its small footprint and high IP56 rating. The Samaritan PAD 350P is a semi-automatic defibrillator.

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

In 1955, Physio-Control was incorporated by Seattle based cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Edmark who developed the prototype ‘breadboard’ DC defibrillator.

In the early 2000’s, the LifePak Express launched as a cost effective alternative to the LifePak CR Plus.

Physio Control was acquired by Stryker in 2016. The LifePak Express AED has been deemed "end of life" and discontinued by the manufacturer.

AED Price $1,315 $1,435
Electrode Pads Shelf Life: 4 years 2 years
Electrode Pads Price Per Unit Pad/Battery combo Pad/Battery combo
Battery Shelf Life: 4 years 2 years
Battery Price Per Unit: $186 $110
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): $1,943 DISCONTINUED
AED Warranty: 8 years 5 years
IP Rating: 56 X4
Weight: 2.4 4.5
Dimensions (in): 7.25 X 8 X 1.9 8 X 9.5 X 4.2
CPR Coaching: Passive No
Electrode Pad Self Test: Yes Yes
Fully-automatic Option: Yes No
Convert AED to Trainer: No. Requires buying a trainer No. Requires buying a trainer
Bilingual: No No
Remote Monitoring: Yes. Requires Gateway purchase (WiFi only) No

Cost of Ownership

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