When your AEDs are needed,
you need them to be ready.
AED owners are responsible for ensuring their life-saving devices are ready to work every time they are needed. But ensuring readiness can be a real challenge for organizations of any size. Regularly checking the status of devices and keeping track of the various expiration dates of each AED’s batteries and pads, are all in human hands. And humans have a lot on their hands already. That’s why otherwise successful AED programs run into trouble.
Today’s reliance on human AED inspectors results in a high rate of non-compliance, meaning large numbers of AEDs go uninspected or poorly maintained for long periods of time. This leads to an increased risk of AED failure, avoidable sudden cardiac death and lawsuits. And, of course, there are direct and indirect costs associated with pulling valuable employees away from their primary jobs to perform these checks.
But now, there’s AED Sentinel, the first remote AED monitoring system built for every AED program.
AED Sentinel eliminates the need for human inspections while reducing the risk of AED failure and the consequences that follow. With AED Sentinel, AED program managers can be confident that their devices are always ready, ensure compliance and ease the burdens of program cost and management.
Check out our AED Sentinel Guided Tour Video for a complete overview of the AED Sentinel remote monitoring system.