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LifePak 9 Shock Adapter
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LifePak 9 Defib Adapter
Physio Control LifePak 9 Quick-Combo Defibrillation Adapter VENDOR DESCRIPTION: This optional Adapter converts the Physio Control LIFEPAK 9 defibrillator/monitor into an automatic external... view more
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Defibrillators are life-saving medical devices used to restore the normal rhythm of the heart in cases of cardiac arrest or life-threatening arrhythmias. They deliver an electrical shock to the heart, helping to reset its electrical activity and allow it to resume its regular pumping function. Defibrillators are crucial in emergency situations, as they can significantly increase the chances of survival for individuals experiencing cardiac events.
The cost of defibrillators can vary depending on the type and features. There are different categories of defibrillators, including automated external defibrillators (AEDs) used in public places or by non-medical professionals, and professional-grade defibrillators used by medical personnel in hospitals and ambulances. AEDs are generally more affordable and can range from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars, while professional-grade defibrillators can cost several thousand to tens of thousands of dollars. Factors such as features, monitoring capabilities, and additional functionalities may contribute to the cost.
In terms of market players, there are several well-known companies that manufacture defibrillators. Some of the prominent players in the defibrillator market include Philips Healthcare, Medtronic, ZOLL Medical Corporation, Cardiac Science, and Physio-Control (now owned by Stryker Corporation). These companies offer a range of defibrillator models, including both AEDs and professional-grade defibrillators, to cater to different healthcare settings and user requirements. With ongoing advancements in technology, defibrillators continue to evolve, becoming more user-friendly, compact, and equipped with advanced features to enhance their effectiveness in saving lives during critical situations.