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Philips is the leader in AEDs

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With two-million AEDs sold around the world, Philips AEDs can be found on board major U.S. airlines, in Fortune 100 companies, and in the locker rooms of professional sports teams. Additionally, the Philips HeartStart HS1 is the first and only AED available without a prescription in the United States which means it is designed to be easy to use.

Benefits of Philips HeartStart HS1 AEDs

What makes the Philips AEDs different than other AEDs?

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Heart start AED

The first and only AED available without a prescription in the United States

Voice commands walk you through the process of treating a victim of SCA with step-by-step guidance 

Special pads can be installed that that temporarily turns your HS1 defibrillator into a training AED

Patented Quick Shock typically administers a shock just eight seconds after CPR

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Looking for AED consumables or supplies? We have a wide selection of AED spare parts and accessories.

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