Primarily designed to be used by medical staff or responders with previous training, semi-automatic defibrillators rely on the user to administer the shock once the device has analysed the patient and deemed a shock to be necessary. Due to the human intervention required to initiate the shock, these devices include safeguards meaning that even untrained personnel are able to use them without the risk of accidentally causing harm.
Defibtech Lifeline AED's provide great value for money as the only semi-automatic defibrillator available with an optional high capacity battery. Voice prompts on these units are backed up by text & LED display.
The Lifepak CR2 USB semi-automatic defibrillator from Stryker (formerly Physio-Control) is designed for use where there are trained responders available to operate the unit. The unit features dual Adult / Paediatric pads and can treat patients of any age.
The Defibtech Lifeline View defibrillator is the first semi-automatic defibrillator to feature a colour display screen that shows responders what to do in an emergency with detailed, interactive videos.
The Lifepak CR2 semi automatic defibrillator from Stryker provides live CPR coaching to give clear instructions, offering feedback if no CPR is detected, guidance on rate and depth, a metronome function and audio instructions on correct hand placement.
The Physio-Control Lifepak 1000 semi-automatic defibrillator maximises hands-on CPR time and is able to escalate shock energy levels during treatment. When used with the 3-lead ECG cable (sold separately), the ECG mode can be enabled.
The Lifepak 1000 defibrillator with ECG display from Stryker (formerly Physio-Control) allows the patient's heart rhythm to be monitored by medical professionals who can then determine if and when a shock is to be administered.
This Lifepak CR2 semi automatic defibrillator features both Wifi and 3G connections, allowing you to monitor the status of this life-saving device from anywhere at any time. Also features CPR coaching, metronome and audio instructions on correct hand placement.
The FRED Easyport from Schiller is the world's smallest portable defibrillator. At less than half a kilo, the FRED Easyport is small enough and lightweight enough to fit into a bag or coat pocket, while also meeting the technical requirements of a standard size unit.
The Philips HeartStart FR3 fast response semi-automatic defibrillator is designed for use by paramedics & other professional medical responders. The AED will advise when a shock and CPR treatment are required.