KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 6 -- ZOLL® Medical Corporation, an Asahi Kasei company manufacturing medical devices and related software solutions, has announced its ZOLL AED 3® and ZOLL AED 3 BLS automated external defibrillators (AEDs) were recognised by the World of Safety & Health Asia (WSHAsia) in its inaugural New & Innovative Solutions Awards programme.
As the only products to receive a five-star rating, the ZOLL defibrillators were recognised for their unrivalled smart technology and the industry’s shortest interval between compressions and shock delivery.
“We’re honoured to be recognised by World of Safety & Health Asia for our Real CPR Help® and RapidShock™ technologies.
“We are committed to delivering life-saving AEDs that enable bystanders and rescuers to act quickly and with confidence in medical emergencies,” said ZOLL Resuscitation President, Elijah A. White in a statement.
The intuitive design and enhanced features of the ZOLL AED 3 defibrillator give unexpected heroes both the confidence and the knowledge needed to treat sudden cardiac arrest.
The ZOLL AED 3 BLS defibrillator includes all features of the ZOLL AED 3 defibrillator, but also provides indepth rescue support for professional rescuers.
The ZOLL AED 3 and ZOLL AED 3 BLS defibrillators both include ZOLL’s RapidShock Analysis technology, with the industry’s shortest pause for analysis and the fastest time to shock.
It can analyse a patient’s heart rhythm in three seconds, followed by delivery of the shock in as little as five seconds.
For details, visit www.zoll.com.
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