At DEFIBhub we are always trying to ensure our customers make the correct choice of defibrillator to meet their requirements. The correct decision is always an informed decision, so we want to help you by providing you with as much useful information as possible.
We are currently putting together an infographic to detail the various costs associated with the purchase of an AED; and just wanted to give you a little sneak peek at what it will contain.
We have created the Rescue Cost comparison to make it clear to customers the cost of keeping your defibrillator usable, after a rescue has been performed.
This can make a huge difference to the on-going cost of your unit, especially as an Emergency Service or NHS customer.
Paediatric readiness indicates the cost of making your defibrillator suitable for use on children under 8 years of age or weighing less than 25kg. This is vitally important if you are placing your AED in a child friendly environment or a school.
The costs for paediatric readiness vary largely, from the i-PAD SP1 Semi-automatic Defibrillator which is ready for paediatric use out of the box, up to the Philips HeartStart FR3 Semi-automatic Defibrillator which requires a Philips HeartStart FR3 Infant / Child Key at a cost of an additional £91.00.
So what do you think so far? What other information would you like to see on DEFIBhub?
We are always delighted to receive customer feedback and would be very interested in what other information you would find useful.