Defibrillator

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What is a Defibrillator?

A defibrillator helps provide patients with heart disease an increased fighting chance when a sudden cardiac arrest occurs. In Australia alone, about 20,000 people die from cardiac arrest, which led us to seek devices for life protection. Defibrillators can restore the normal heartbeat by carrying out an electric shock or pulse to the heart. In addition to that, they can also help in preventing arrhythmias which are characterised by having a heartbeat that is too slow or too fast. 

 

Defibs Direct has many years of experience in the medical industry. Our owner has been part of community and hospital pharmacy and first aid care. Recognising the need for more devices that support life, we have decided to step up and distribute defibrillators in Australia. Our team upholds sincerity and dedication in carrying out our mission of saving lives and providing a better chance of survival to anyone who needs it.

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Types of Defibrillator Units in Australia

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It is our mission to educate Australians on how beneficial a defibrillator is. Different types of this device function in different ways and users should be aware of these differences. To give you a better understanding, here are the various types of defibrillators and how they work:

 

  1. Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs)
    These are developed to immediately help save people who are experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. AEDs are used in many public areas as they are specifically designed for easy use. Even an untrained bystander can operate it effectively. 
     

  2. Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICDs)
    This type of defibrillator is surgically implanted inside a body to prevent sudden death among high-risk people. 
     

  3. Wearable Cardioverter Defibrillators (WCDs)
    As the name suggests, WCDs can be worn and rest on the body. These devices are also used to prevent the sudden death of people with life-threatening conditions such as arrhythmia. 

Our Passion for Making Defibrillators Accessible in Australia

Every team member at the core of Defibs Direct has had close encounters with loved ones in need of a defibrillator. Each of us has been affected by a family, friend, relative or someone close to us with heart disease. That’s why we are deeply sincere in the service we offer. We are driven by passion and dedication for helping people save lives. 

 

Extending knowledge and sharing our experience is the least we can do to be part of life-saving situations. We try our best to deliver our mission by bringing the world’s leading life protection brands at an affordable price. By doing so, we can help people get access to an increased chance of survival if any life-threatening event occurs.
 

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Defib selection wizard

Not sure which defib is right for you? Follow these 3 simple steps and we will refine the range down to a smaller group of defibrillators all aligned to your primary needs...
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If you have questions about defibrillators, our lines at Defibs Direct are open, so don’t hesitate to call us.

Defib resource centre

Looking for more information about defibrillators, or even specific information about a particular model?
Check out the Defibs Direct Resources centre... it's packed with loads of information!
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