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ABOUT US

Welcome to Automatic External Defibrillator Dubai. We are AED Machine Supplier in Dubai for UAE Market. We are one of the leading medical equipment suppliers in Dubai in the UAE and have existing offices in Dubai, USA, Canada, and the UK. We specialized in supply and sales of a Defibrillator machine, Automatic External Defibrillator (AED Machine) and cardiac medical equipment and heart care products.

 

As we are the suppliers for many defibrillators and automated external defibrillator brands such as: Philips automated external defibrillators, CU medical Defibrillators, Metasis Life-Point Automatic external defibrillator, Cardiac Science automatic external defibrillator Brand we supply our products to our customers in United Arab Emirates UAE in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Al-Ain and other cities in UAE

 

We are a group of companies and we are in the business of supplying medical equipment and other products & giving professional & knowledgeable service to our customers for over 10 years


Our client's list includes hospitals, medical centers, clinics & international traders, hotels, schools, educational institute, construction, and steel fabrication.


We have many models, brands, and types of defibrillator systems and AED Automatic External defibrillators for immediate delivery Our defibrillator Machines & Automatic defibrillator and systems can provide effective treatment of life-threatening cardiac dysrhythmias.​ Looking for the best automatic external defibrillator price Dubai, Contact us today and get the best price.

 

As we AED Machine supplier for branded, quality & most effective for Defibrillators & Automatic external defibrillator Dubai we offer to our customer's wide selection for  Automatic External Defibrillator. Our products have many quality certificates such as FDA, CE, TUV, ISO,..etc  Our team of skilled & experienced personnel, the professional environment provided by us is helpful in the fostering our quality products & attaining customer satisfaction.​

When you buy from us, you will get the best deal in  term of:

​- Best price
- Product quality
- Highest warranty period
- Spare parts availability
- Fast Delivery time

As we have offices and service center in Dubai UAE for technical support We provide fast response and delivery also strong technical support for our customers and follow up the machines

also, we provide a wide selection of automatic external defibrillators pads electrodes, batteries & accessories for our customers in UAE

contact Automatic external Defibrillator Dubai today and get the best price & offer and fast delivery at very affordable price for brand new and well known brands and models of  AED machines such as: Heartstart HS, Philips FRX, Lifeline, Lifeline View, Lifepak 1000, Lifepak CR Plus, PRO AED, AED Plus, Power Heart AED G3, Power Heart AED G5, IPAD NF-1200

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TECHNOLOGY

 

OUR PRODUCTS

LIFE-POINT BRAND

 

Model:  (Pro AED)

Life point Pro AED Automatic External Defibrillator Dubai
Philips FRX Automatic External Defibrillator AED Machine Dubai UAE
PHILIPS BRAND

 

Model: (HeartStart FRX)

Cardiac Science Power Heart G3 Automatic External Defibrillator AED Machine Dubai UAE
CARDIAC SCIENCE BRAND

 

Model: (Power Heart AED G3)

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CU MEDICAL

 

Model: (IPAD-NF1200)

Philips Heartstart HS1 OnSite Automatic External Defibrillator AED Machine Dubai UAE
PHILIPS BRAND

 

Model: (HeartStrat HS1)

Cardiac Science Power Heart G5 Automatic External Defibrillator AED Machine Dubai UAE
CARDIAC SCIENCE BRAND

 

Model: (Power Heart AED G5)

AED Machine in Abu Dhabi

As a main Automatic external defibrillator Dubai UAE supplier in Dubai for Philips, AED, Life-point AED PRO, Cardiac Science, Physio-Control AED, CU Medical Automatic external defibrillator machines we understand the importance of technology  We aim to adapt the ultimate in technology to fit your requirements perfectly. Automated External Defibrillator equipment and devices such as AED machine. Quality Medical equipment helps and improves life. The common thread through all applications of medical technology is the beneficial impact on health and quality of life. We realize that so we supply high quality and latest technology medical equipment and defibrillators. as main defibrillator Supplier , Quality is not just another goal; it is our basic strategy for survival & future grow.

Quality medical technology is an increasingly important driver for delivering efficiencies in healthcare systems. New medical technology affects the costs of health care system and it reduces the total health expenditures. We focus on AED defibrillator equipment that deliver affordable, quality, faster, more efficient patient care. Our research and development wings are practicing to come up with innovative and unique pulmonary ventilation equipment  which are capable to meet the requirements of our clients. Our specialization and extensive experience in supplying and exporting these products has propelled us to cater these products on very competitive prices. we anticipate your positive revert only.

TECHNICAL

​As a Professional medical and portable defibrillator & automatic external defibrillator AED  Machine suppliers, we provide quality technical & support to our customers if needed te to enhance the level of customer satisfaction. We understand that the technical support determines defibrillator systems selection by the customer so we are putting this point within our priorities. we offer machine repairing or changing according to the manufacturing defects if any within the 8 years warranty and all that free of cost. In addition, we will not charge you the transportation fees.

 
 
Physio Control Lifepak CR plus Automatic External Defibrillator AED Machine Dubai
PHYSIO CONTRPL BRAND

 

Model: (LIFEPAK CR Plus)

Physio Control Lifepak 1000 Automatic External Defibrillator AED Machine Dubai UAE
PHYSIO CONTROL BRAND

 

Model: (LIFEPAK 1000)

Defibtech Lifeline Automatic External Defibrillator AED Machine Dubai UAE
DEFIBTECH BRAND

 

Model: (LIFELINE)

Defibtech Lifeline View Automatic External Defibrillator AED Machine Dubai UAE
DEFIBTECH BRAND

 

Model: (LIFELINE VIEW)

 

FAST DELIVERY

When you order with us – you’re machine or AED accessoreis will be safe & will be delivered as it will be with specialists 


As soon you confirm the order we will send you the machine ASAP and we will do full training and education buy our technical or machine specialisit

8 YEARS WARRANTY

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YES that's right. we offer 8 years real warranty against manufacturing defects on all main machines models.

 

In addition we also will handle the delivery fees for sending the machine from you to our service center in UAE and also we will handle the transportation fees or the courier charges cost when we send you the new machine or the repaired machine back to you.

 

To achieve the best outcomes. We provide buyer follow-up advice to ensure that we are here when you need us. We want to be your best partner for defibrillators & automatic external defibrillator system, whether you are a patient, or prescribing clinician, or healthcare professional .

WHY US

lack selection by a customer for buying of defibrillators, may lead to disproportionate escalation in the healthcare delivery costs. We provide always best brands medical defibrillators devices in terms of technology, efficiency, quality  and also the most widely used around the world

And to achieve the best deal for the client we are providing all of this with very affordable price. It must be clearly understood that we'll not allow quality to take second place behind cost. We are offering affordable price with high quality AED systems.

QUALITY

AFFORDABLE

SUPPORT

EXPERIENCE

we offer technical and service support to our AED systems customers before, during & after the purchase to enhance the level of customer satisfaction. we have experienced & also  professional technicians & engineers to do deal with the technical malfunctions. 

When you buy from us , you buy from a medical equipment company who cares about the quality of its products and also the company's reputation, thus you will  get the best deal in term of: quality, Highest warranty period, and Maintenance & Delivery time.

 
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INFORMATION

 

How to use an automatic external defibrillator?

AED automatic defibrillator’s disposable pads are attached on the chest of the patient as being naked. Then, it is waited for a defibrillator to analyze patient’s cardiac rhythm (ECG) and if AED advice defibrillation (shock), this could be done by pushing “defibrillation” button for semi-automatic defibrillators or by waiting defibrillator to apply it by itself for automatic defibrillators.

- Confirm cardiac arrest. Check to see if the victim is unable to respond and there is no breathing when you open the airway (by tilting back the head and lifting the chin up).

- Turn on the AED.

- Apply pads to the victim’s bare chest as shown.

- If necessary, plug the wire from the pads into the AED (usually next to a flashing light).

- Allow the AED to analyze the heart rhythm.

- If a shock is indicated by the AED, push the shock button.

- If a shock is recommended (sometimes it is not) make certain everyone “stands clear”, and does not touch the patient.

- If the patient is still not breathing, start CPR. Give 30 chest compressions and then 2 rescue breaths and continue this cycle until the AED gives further instructions or the patient starts breathing.

Who to Use External Defibrillator Works?

AED / automatic external defibrillator is designed to be used by everyone who has first aid knowledge without requiring medical education. In a perfect world, everybody should be trained on AED use (automatic defibrillator) and CPR (cardiac pulmonary resuscitation). Automatic defibrillator directs and assists the user via audible and visual commands. Average ambulance arrival time is approximately 10 – 12 minutes in the world and during such time, every minute passing can be vital. Chance of a person who experienced a sudden cardiac arrest to survive is too low without AED and CPR. Defibrillation is an electrical shock delivered to the heart designed to terminate a life-threatening arrhythmia. The Automated External Defibrillator DUBAI UAE also called (AED) machine is a device capable of automatically detecting a heart rhythm that requires a shock. The AED will charge itself and prompt the user to deliver a shock to the victim. AEDs analyze the victim’s heart rhythm several times to be certain it is a shockable rhythm. All AEDs are operated in more or less the same way.

Could I hurt patient mistakenly with using automatic defibrillator?

Should AED automatic external defibrillator’s audible commands are fulfilled, NO! Automatic defibrillator thanks to its better ECG analysis is designed to apply defibrillator in required cases only.

Could I hurt myself of someone around me with using AED defibrillator?

Should AED automatic external defibrillator’s audible commands are fulfilled, NO! As a basic principle, when automatic defibrillator advises shock (defibrillation) application, please make sure before defibrillation that no one is touching to the patient and everyone is safe. AED automatic defibrillator gives an audible signal when it is safe to touch to patient.

Can I  AED defibrillator for infants or children?

YES! But you need to use pediatric pads for patients between 1+ year and under 8 years.

- 0 – 1 Age group – Defibrillation not-recommended
- 1 – 8 ages group – under 25 Kg patients, with pediatric pads
- 8 and older – over 25 Kg patients, with adult pads

What are the matters you should pay attention if you already have AED (automatic defibrillator)?

  1. many automatic defibrillators have periodic self-test function. If there is a malfunction or negative situation determined, then the user is warned by means of a red warning sign on the device.  Hence, you should always put your AED defibrillator down a place where you can see and access it easily whenever required.

  2. Please make sure that all disposable pads, accessories, and batteries are original. Otherwise, your AED may be out of order and this may cost a human life.

Which places should have an automatic external defibrillators AED?

·         Family Healthcare Centers
·         Primary Healthcare Centers
·         Patient Transfer Ambulances
·         All amateur and professional sports clubs
·         Sports Centers
·         Schools
·         Shopping malls
·         Airports and planes
·         Hotels
·         Governmental Buildings
·         Stadiums
·         Golf fields
·         Worship houses
·         Beaches, swimming pools
·         Restaurants
·         Trains, buses, and subway stations
·         Rural areas and villages
·         Police and fire engines
·         Residential Complexes
·         Rescue Services

What is a sudden cardiac arrest?

Sudden cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops beating suddenly for any reason, with or without warning. One reason the heart might stop is the failure of the electrical system in the heart to conduct impulses along the correct path. Random impulses firing all over the heart will cause it to quiver uselessly, not moving blood around the body or producing a pulse.

When the AED shocks the heart it causes the heart to stop momentarily. This pause gives the heart time to reset and allows special cells in the heart to regain control and fire rhythmically, pushing blood.

One thing to remember about AED’s: they only work on two specific heart arrhythmias. Only those two issues will benefit from an AED, and those are what the machine is programmed to recognize. It is perfectly normal for it not to recommend a shock and it will not save every patient in cardiac arrest. Indeed, AED’s often don’t help the patients they shock.

What happens in a cardiac arrest?

You might not think of yourself as having lots of muscles, but there’s one super-powerful muscle in your body you absolutely depend on: the tireless blood pump in your heart. If your heart stops beating properly and blood stops flowing, your brain starts to lose its oxygen supply and you can die within five minutes. That’s why people who suffer cardiac arrest (when their heart stops or goes into a dangerously abnormal rhythm) need emergency medical treatment. CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) can help maintain the flow of oxygen to the brain, but getting the heart restarted and working normally often requires defibrillation with an electric shock. Automatic External Defibrillator dubai UAE, we supply defibrillator machine & defibrillator AED machine UAE ( Automatic external defibrillator) at the best cost rate

What is Ventricular fibrillation?


Ventricular fibrillation (V-fib or VF) is a condition in which there is an uncoordinated contraction of the cardiac muscle of the ventricles in the heart, making them quiver rather than contract properly. Ventricular fibrillation is the most commonly identified arrhythmia in cardiac arrest patients.[1] While there is some activity, the layperson is usually unable to detect it by palpating (feeling) the major pulse points of the carotid and femoral arteries. Such an arrhythmia is only confirmed by electrocardiography. Ventricular fibrillation is a medical emergency EMS that requires prompt Advanced Life Support interventions. If this arrhythmia continues for more than a few seconds, it will likely degenerate further into asystole (“flatline”). This condition results in cardiogenic shock and cessation of effective blood circulation.

 

As a consequence, sudden cardiac death (SCD) will result in a matter of minutes. If the patient is not revived after a sufficient period (within roughly 5 minutes at room temperature), the patient could sustain irreversible brain damage and possibly become brain-dead, due to the effects of cerebral hypoxia. On the other hand, death often occurs if sinus rhythm is not restored within 90 seconds of the onset of VF, especially if it has degenerated further into asystole.

 

Ventricular fibrillation is an abnormally irregular heart rhythm caused by rapid, uncoordinated fluttering contractions of the ventricles – the lower chambers of the heart. These flutterings replace normal contractions. Ventricular fibrillation puts the heartbeat and pulse beat out of synch. The pumping chambers in the ventricles quiver uselessly, instead of pumping blood, resulting in a serious drop in blood pressure, and the cutting off of oxygen-rich blood to body organs.

 

Ventricular fibrillation is a life-threatening medical emergency. It is most commonly linked to heart attacks or scarring of the heart muscle from a previous heart attack. A patient with ventricular fibrillation generally collapses within seconds – and it won’t be long before his/her breathing or pulse stops.

 

What is the difference between ventricular fibrillation and atrial fibrillation?

 

The human heart has two upper chambers and two lower chambers. The upper chambers are called the left atrium and the right atrium – the plural of the atrium is atria. The two lower chambers are the left ventricle and the right ventricle. When the two upper chambers – the atria – contract at an excessively high rate, and in an irregular way, the patient has atrial fibrillation. When the two lower chambers beat irregularly and flutter, the patient has ventricular fibrillation. Put simply – atrial fibrillation refers to the two upper heart chambers while ventricular fibrillation refers to the two lower heart chambers; in either case there abnormally irregular rhythm.

 

Ventricular fibrillation is more serious than atrial fibrillation. Ventricular fibrillation frequently results in loss of consciousness and death, because ventricular arrhythmias are more likely to interrupt the pumping of blood or undermine the heart’s ability to supply the body with oxygen-rich blood. For more information contact defibrillator UAE

 

 

Automated external defibrillator 

 

is a life saving medical device with its light and useful design to apply electrical shock (defibrillation) to the patient in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest? Automatic defibrillators are designed to be used by everyone who didn’t have medical education but got first aid training.

Automated external defibrillators AED

 

have advanced ECG analysis software, the device analyzes ECG signal and guides the user through the audible and visual system. Therefore, the user doesn’t need to know the heart rhythm.

AED – automatic external defibrillator

 

is a special-design device for first aiders, being used until emergency paramedics arrive at the scene.  Early defibrillation application which is a treatment of sudden cardiac arrest may enable heartbeat again to maintain circulation and can save life… In some developed countries, it is compulsory to make automated external defibrillator available and easy to access as placed within excessively crowded areas such as stadiums, shopping malls, and airports.

 

Automatic defibrillator for which it would be proper to be used by ACLS certified people under optimum conditions can also be used by people without any training thanks to its internal directions and audible guidance when required. AEDs are easy to operate units that may be used by the layperson or healthcare personnel who only have basic training. These machines analyze the cardiac rhythm and either instruct the delivery of shocks when required or deliver them automatically.

 

As well as recommending that a shock is needed, the system can advise on the extent of the shock that should be delivered. The drawbacks of this technology are that the AED systems can only be used to treat ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia and not other forms of cardiac arrhythmia. In addition, the machines can take around 10 to 20 seconds to diagnose the rhythm, a gap in time that can be bypassed by a trained healthcare provider using a manual unit.

 

Furthermore, in order to allow the machine time to analyze the cardiac rhythm, chest compressions usually need to be stopped. An automated external defibrillator (AED) is a portable device that checks the heart rhythm. If needed, it can send an electric shock to the heart to try to restore a normal rhythm. AEDs are used to treat sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).

 

AEDs are lightweight, battery-operated, portable devices that are easy to use. Each unit comes with instructions, and the device will even give you voice prompts to let you know if and when you should send a shock to the heart. Learning how to use an AED and taking a CPR course is helpful. However, if trained personnel aren’t available, untrained people also can use an AED to help save someone’s life. You often find AEDs in public places, parks and nature reserves, public houses and on walls of buildings. They can be found in shopping centers and other such places which host large numbers of people and crowds. 95 percent of people who have SCA die from it-most within minutes.

 

Rapid treatment of SCA with an AED can be lifesaving. For every minute a defibrillator is away from a patient, their chances of survival decrease by 7-10 percent and without a defibrillator, the chances of survival are 5-6% with CPR. The use of an AED on a person that has suffered a sudden Cardiac arrest can increase their chance of survival by up to 40 percent

 

Full-automatic external defibrillator

 

 is a type of defibrillator which defines the rhythm and enables shock application automatically, being independent of the user when required.

Semi-automatic defibrillator

Semi-automatic external defibrillator; is a type of defibrillator which defines the rhythm and guides the user through audible or visual system and leaves final defibrillation application to user’s hands via a shock button.

What’s the importance of early defibrillation?

Defibrillation is a part of basic life support; it is a life-saving action to enable normal cardiac operation, ending irregular vibrations on myocardium by giving electric current to the heart through defibrillator. Defibrillation applied for 20-30 seconds in VF or VT without a pulse, converts almost 100% of them to sinus rhythm. Each one-minute delay reduces the chance of success by 10%. In case of a 10-minute delay, the chance to survive is close to 0. With every minute from the development of cardiac arrest with VF or VT without a pulse, mortality increases by 7 / 10%. In case of later start of defibrillation, survival chance of patient decreases; and only one among 250 patients can be saved on average in the event of starting cardiopulmonary resuscitation and defibrillation after first 10 minutes.

What’s the difference between heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest?

Basically, a heart attack occurs due to decrease and/or permanent damage of a part of cardiac muscle due to insufficient blood flow through this area. Sudden cardiac arrest means that the heart beat turns from its normal cardiac rhythm into an abnormal rhythm. Worldwide, loss of life due to sudden cardiac arrest is higher than the total number of losses due to diseases such as breast cancer, AIDS and lung cancer.

Who carries the risk of sudden cardiac arrest and what are the reasons?

People from any age, gender or race carry the risk of sudden cardiac arrest; however, some of them have a higher risk than others.

·         40+ years old males
·         Menopausal females
·         Smokers
·         Diabetics
·         Lack of exercise
·         Stress
·         High cholesterol
·         Cardiac diseases

Which one is the most common treatment for sudden cardiac arrest?

Simply the only proved cure for victims of ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia at the moment of sudden cardiac arrest is “defibrillation”. Defibrillation device is required for defibrillation application. Defibrillation’s Time/Success statistics for turning cardiac rhythm to normal. As you can see in the figure, the chance to survive decreases with each minute passing. After 10th minute, a chance to survive is close to 0 according to the studies

What is a sudden cardiac arrest?

Sudden cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops beating suddenly for any reason, with or without warning. One reason the heart might stop is the failure of the electrical system in the heart to conduct impulses along the correct path. Random impulses firing all over the heart will cause it to quiver uselessly, not moving blood around the body or producing a pulse.

When the AED shocks the heart it causes the heart to stop momentarily. This pause gives the heart time to reset and allows special cells in the heart to regain control and fire rhythmically, pushing blood.

One thing to remember about AED’s: they only work on two specific heart arrhythmias. Only those two issues will benefit from an AED, and those are what the machine is programmed to recognize. It is perfectly normal for it not to recommend a shock and it will not save every patient in cardiac arrest. Indeed, AED’s often don’t help the patients they shock.

What happens in a cardiac arrest?

You might not think of yourself as having lots of muscles, but there’s one super-powerful muscle in your body you absolutely depend on: the tireless blood pump in your heart. If your heart stops beating properly and blood stops flowing, your brain starts to lose its oxygen supply and you can die within five minutes. That’s why people who suffer cardiac arrest (when their heart stops or goes into a dangerously abnormal rhythm) need emergency medical treatment.

 

CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) can help maintain the flow of oxygen to the brain, but getting the heart restarted and working normally often requires defibrillation with an electric shock. in Automatic External Defibrillator Dubai, UAE and Abu Dhabi and sharjah, we supply defibrillator machine & defibrillator AED machine Dubai ( Automatic external defibrillator) at the best cost rate

What is Ventricular fibrillation?


Ventricular fibrillation (V-fib or VF) is a condition in which there is an uncoordinated contraction of the cardiac muscle of the ventricles in the heart, making them quiver rather than contract properly. Ventricular fibrillation is the most commonly identified arrhythmia in cardiac arrest patients.[1] While there is some activity, the layperson is usually unable to detect it by palpating (feeling) the major pulse points of the carotid and femoral arteries.

 

Such an arrhythmia is only confirmed by electrocardiography. Ventricular fibrillation is a medical emergency EMS that requires prompt Advanced Life Support interventions. If this arrhythmia continues for more than a few seconds, it will likely degenerate further into asystole (“flatline”). This condition results in cardiogenic shock and cessation of effective blood circulation. As a consequence, sudden cardiac death (SCD) will result in a matter of minutes. If the patient is not revived after a sufficient period (within roughly 5 minutes at room temperature), the patient could sustain irreversible brain damage and possibly become brain-dead, due to the effects of cerebral hypoxia.

 

On the other hand, death often occurs if sinus rhythm is not restored within 90 seconds of the onset of VF, especially if it has degenerated further into asystole. Ventricular fibrillation is an abnormally irregular heart rhythm caused by rapid, uncoordinated fluttering contractions of the ventricles – the lower chambers of the heart. These flutterings replace normal contractions. Ventricular fibrillation puts the heartbeat and pulse beat out of synch. The pumping chambers in the ventricles quiver uselessly, instead of pumping blood, resulting in a serious drop in blood pressure, and the cutting off of oxygen-rich blood to body organs. Ventricular fibrillation is a life-threatening medical emergency.

 

It is most commonly linked to heart attacks or scarring of the heart muscle from a previous heart attack. A patient with ventricular fibrillation generally collapses within seconds – and it won’t be long before his/her breathing or pulse stops.

 

What is the difference between ventricular fibrillation and atrial fibrillation?

 

The human heart has two upper chambers and two lower chambers. The upper chambers are called the left atrium and the right atrium – the plural of the atrium is atria. The two lower chambers are the left ventricle and the right ventricle. When the two upper chambers – the atria – contract at an excessively high rate, and in an irregular way, the patient has atrial fibrillation. When the two lower chambers beat irregularly and flutter, the patient has ventricular fibrillation. Put simply – atrial fibrillation refers to the two upper heart chambers while ventricular fibrillation refers to the two lower heart chambers; in either case there abnormally irregular rhythm.

 

Ventricular fibrillation is more serious than atrial fibrillation. Ventricular fibrillation frequently results in loss of consciousness and death, because ventricular arrhythmias are more likely to interrupt the pumping of blood or undermine the heart’s ability to supply the body with oxygen-rich blood. For more information contact defibrillator Dubai

 

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