ZOLL AED Plus Trainer2®
The ZOLL AED Plus Trainer2® is the ideal device for defibrillator and CPR training courses. The device offers hands on training to help the trainee understand how to administer a defibrillator shock and provide effective CPR treatment. The training devices features 4 rescue scenarios that can be selected, changed or paused throughout the training course.
ZOLL AED Plus Trainer2® Features
- Mimics the actual ZOLL AED Plus Semi-Auto & Fully Auto defibrillators
- Features the same interface & audio & visual prompts as the actual defibrillator
- Includes a wireless remote to give the instructor full control
- Supplied with 1 pair of AED Plus training CPR-D padz & 1 set of training gel pads
- 4 selectable rescue scenarios for thorough training that can be changed or paused as needed
- Provides hands-on experience to help trainees familiarise themselves with the defibrillator &aids to reduce panic in an emergency
- Includes 4 x D cell batteries, 2x AAA batteries for remote controller & operator’s guide
- FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY
The Importance of CPR
Sudden Cardiac Arrest occurs when the electrical system of the heart stops working effectively the heart will unexpectedly stop pumping, when this occurs, blood stops flowing to the heart, brain and other vital organs and within seconds, the victim collapses and becomes unresponsive. As a result of this death will occur within the first few minutes.
All the victims of sudden cardiac arrest require CPR immediately. The main reason to perform CPR is that it helps to pump oxygenated blood around the body to protect vital organs, in particular the heart. The 2015 Resuscitator Guidelines elevated CPR as an essential part of rescue and states that CPR is CRITICAL if a ZOLL AED PLUS® Defibrillator advises “No Shock”. In the event a shock is advised it still needs to be accompanied by high quality CPR.
To provide high quality CPR you need to provide at least 100 to 120 beats per minute of chest compressions at a depth between 5 and 6 centimetres, allow complete chest recoil after each compression and try to minimise interruptions in chest compressions.