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Having an Automated External Defibrillator onboard is your only chance of survival if a Sudden Cardiac Arrest strikes while you’re at sea. Do you know what to look for or consider when purchasing a Marine AED?

A Guide to Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is the world’s biggest killer, killing over 3 million people worldwide every year.

If there is a fatality due to SCA, what words could you possibly find to console the victim’s family, friends and crew members when you had no equipment to help – because you didn’t have the time, the budget or the knowledge?

Could you save a member of your team on-board your vessel? You are responsible for protecting the lives of your crew at sea, and you know that a happy and secure crew is a productive one!

This guide provides you with the points you need to consider when purchasing a defibrillator.

  • What is an AED?
  • What is SCA?
  • What are the risks?
  • How do I use an AED?
  • Do I need a Marine AED?
  • What else should I consider?
  • What packages are available?
  • Can I get training?
  • What our customers say

Rapid defibrillation is the only proven way to treat Sudden Cardiac Arrest and it can mean the difference between life and death. You’re a long way from an ambulance out there.

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