Rent a defibni – The affordable way to have this life saving kit at hand.
Whatever business, club, church or group you belong to, the people are a key asset. We all take the necessary steps to help keep everyone safe, by placing fire extinguishers and first aid kits, implementing health and safety measures and first aid training etc.
Did you know that there are 1,500 out of hospital cardiac arrests in Northern Ireland every year, but less than 10% survive? That’s not to say that everyone can survive, but at least with the correct training and immediate use of a defibrillator (AED) you are giving them the best chance.
Defibrillators, suitable for the lay responder, range in price from approximately £800 – £1500+, a hefty outlay, but there is another solution.
Rentadefib Northern Ireland
What are the benefits of renting a defibrillator in Northern Ireland?
• From just 99p per day, including service and maintenance, rental can be the solution to conserve cash flow. This includes a 24 hour device swap if the device becomes faulty.
• We will help you chose the right defibrillator to match your needs.
• Each unit comes complete with a wall hanger (showing operational instructions), rescue ready kit, 3D sign and a carry case.
• You get free replacement pads and batteries for the duration of the contract.
• Flexible contracts available 4,3,2,1 years.
• We provide a dedicated account specialist and annual support.
• Keep up to date with the latest technology and get a new defibrillator on contract renewal.
• An option to purchase at the end of the contract at a greatly reduced price
• If you already have a defibrillator, we offer to buy your old defibrillator on agreement of contract. (price on request)
Avonmore Training Solution Limited can also provide an indoor or outdoor cabinet for the safe storage of all defibrillator models and first aid training which includes CPR and safe use of an AED. www.firstaidtrainingni.com
Did you know this clever piece of kit – the portable defibrillator – was developed by Professor Frank Pantridge, Hillsborough, Northern Ireland? Prof. Pantridge knew that by the time most cardiac arrest patients reached hospital, it was too late. In 1964 he set about the development of the portable defibrillator. The pioneering prototype defibrillator, which ran on two car batteries and weighed 70k, was subsequently installed in a Belfast ambulance. When cardiac arrest happens, it’s time critical, (for every 1 minute that passes you lose 10% chance of survival) so this development enabled best chance of survival by bringing the solution to the patient.
This defibrillator was first used in 1965 and saved many lives.
The modern portable defibrillator now weighs around 3k.