Accessories

HeartStart OnSite (HS1) Trainer

AED use trainer

Product number:

M5085A

Make learning easier and more rewarding for every lay responder with the HeartStart OnSite (HS1) trainer.

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Features
Similar to the OnSite (HS1) defibrillator

Similar to the OnSite (HS1) defibrillator to improve training

Train as if a life depends on it. Clear, calm voice instructions match those of the HeartStart OnSite (HS1) defibrillator. The unit resembles the actual defibrillator, yet is sufficiently different to avoid inadvertent use in an emergency.
Instructional configuration options

Instructional configuration options for realistic training

Works with internal and external pads adapters, allowing the instructor to provide clues towards pad placement for more realistic training. Supports training for both adult and infant/child patients.
Realistic scenarios

Realistic scenarios help you prepare for the real thing

Preconfigured sudden cardiac arrest scenarios simulate how the OnSite (HS1) AED will operate during a real-life cardiac arrest event. Coaching for both adult and infant/child CPR is included.
Reusable training pads

Reusable training pads for quick and easy learning

The training pads resemble defibrillation pads for a realistic training experience, yet are sufficiently different to avoid inadvertent use in an emergency. Easy switching between adult and infant/child pad cartridges. The pads are reusable.

Specifications

Product Specifications
Product Specifications
Kit contents
  • HeartStart Trainer comes with nylon carrying case, one set of Adult Training Pads and one External Manikin Adapter Strip for use with standard manikins.
Dimensions
  • 2.8" H x 8.3" W x 8.3" D inch
Weight
  • 2 lbs. with batteries lbs
Batteries
  • 4 AA cells
Training Scripts
  • Eight preconfigured scripts based on common training scenarios