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for sale : usa AED, great to have aboard your vessel $300

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Selling one Life Pack 500 AED with NEW battery and pads. AED, Automatic External Defibrillator Comes with carry case. No license needed. Ready to use. Great addition to your medical supply. Get it before you need it! $300
 

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1 hour ago, rolmops said:

Does it revive fish?

 Probably does if you don't clean them first

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These medical devices can only be sold through certified medical device dealers. It must be inspected and certified once per year and besides non-expired batteries and therapy pads, must have up to date software. I know because I used to service these devices. Also, someone on the boat should be CPR certified and trained in the use of the device. Some older versions of this model are obsolete and cannot be updated with current software which includes the most recent American Heart Association CPR protocol.

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Good to know. I believe that applies to all "public accessible" units. These are for private ownership. All charter boats are required to have a CPR cert. all the time.

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8 hours ago, fishmaster13184 said:

Could it be used to zap your friends every time they break a fish off?

Conceivably, yes. But before you activate you are supposed to holler: "Stand Clear" and that would spoil the surprise. Besides do you really want to take a chance with wet hands?

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8 hours ago, fishmaster13184 said:

Could it be used to zap your friends every time they break a fish off?

You would need a manual Defibrillator to do that. Also, you must have Advanced Life Support (ALS) training to legally use one on a person. AEDs, on the other hand, will only shock when the person (or patient simulator) it is connected to is producing a "shockable" heart rhythm. A shockable rhythm is an abnormal heart rhythm that defibrillators are known to be effective at converting back to a normal heart rhythm. Even though they show it in the movies all the time, a flat line on a heart monitor is not shockable.

 

 

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