We are Scotland’s ONLY fully independent distributor for Automated External Defibrillators.
We are UK sub distributors for Physio-Control, iPAD, CardiAid, Cardiac Science, Defibtech, Heartsine (Samaritan), iPAD, Laerdal, Philips, Physio Control and Zoll, and supply all consumables including pads and batteries. We also train customers staff in their safe use. aed-defib-shop can also supply oxygen therapy kits for first aid use to Oxygen trained first aid personnel and drugs for use in dental surgeries (with production of valid GDC number)
We have an extensive range of Defibrillators and accessories, Give us a call for information and advice on all defibrillators and defibrillator accessories. We will never knowingly be beaten on price, and will advise customers on the unit that best suits their needs, NOT the one we have most of in stock, like some of our competitors. Our managing Director is a qualified general nurse, with extensive experience in Intensive care, Coronary & Cardiac Care, surgical and other clinical matters, so we know what you – the customer needs.
We are also Scotland’s main distributors for the Evac+Chair range of evacuation chairs and accessories. We also train operators and staff to train other colleagues in the safe use of the EVAC range of Evac+ Chairs
Were originally introduced for use within ambulances in the 1960’s
Using a AED increases chances of survival from 5% to a whopping 80%
A lightweight, portable device that delivers an electric shock through the chest to the heart.
Using an AED within the first 10 minutes will iprove survival rates!
Absolutely anyone can use an AED to help save a life
I liked the simple way that Duncan kept things as simple as possible (FAW course).
I like how Duncan gave added explanations of how and why medical conditions develop (Paediatric first aid course). It gave a much better understanding of the subject.
Great course (Evac chair operator). Morna's technique and training is spot on. She builds confidence and re-inforces training/ theory throughout. Thank you Morna.
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