We have partnered with global defibrillator manufacturer Cardiac Science to bring you their fantastic G5 AED and accessories.
Cardiac Science is a global organisation, with operations throughout Europe, Asia, and the Americas. They provide healthcare professionals, emergency responders, and the general public with life-saving equipment in over 100 countries. Wherever they are in the world, saving lives is at the heart of their business.
How Cardiac Science started
Heart disease is the leading cause of death around the world. Since 1991, Cardiac Science has been working to provide non-invasive ways to diagnose and help treat the condition.
Soon after Cardiac Science's inception, they became leaders in developing and marketing potentially life-saving AED technology, and renowned for their innovative products and services.
However, it was their focus on non-invasive cardiology that set us apart in the medical field. Their pioneering work has since led them to invent the modern stress test, the single-channel interpretive electrocardiograph (ECG/EKG), and the first fully automatic bedside defibrillator.
Cardiac Science today
Today, their focus is on our Powerheart® automated external defibrillators (AED)s and educating as many people as possible about sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).
That’s why as well as manufacturing and distributing world-class defibrillators and life-saving accessories across the globe, they also promote CPR and rescue training programmes in all sorts of organisations. Working towards their principal goal of saving more lives every day.
If you want to provide your school, workplace or community with life-saving equipment, contact us today to discuss which solutions are right for your organisation.
Life-saving defibrillators are needed in more public spaces, schools and workplaces to improve the chances of survival from SCA. When a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) happens, the likelihood of surviving decreases by 10% with every minute that passes without defibrillation. With 75% of ambulances in the UK arriving within 8 minutes, having a defibrillator on hand can be the difference between life and death.
Project Heartbeat is an initiative to help make public access defibrillators more accessible in communities. Not only does it help to supply these devices to communities across the country, but it also provides them with the knowledge and confidence they need to help save a life.
Project Heartbeat works with businesses in the UK, giving them the opportunity to sponsor a public access defibrillator in their community and potentially save lives.