All automated external defibrillators (AEDs) on the market today have replacement accessories available. Each of the adult pads have an expiry date for when the pads must be replaced, which ranges from anywhere from 2 to 4 years depending on the manufacture.
The batteries must be replaced (depending on the manufacture) anywhere from ever 1 to 7 years. The battery expiration date is based on the date of installation and not the date listed on the battery. The date listed on the battery is the shelf-life expiration date.
Some manufactures offer an infant/child key, which doesn't have to be replaced during the life of the AED, and other manufactures offer infant/child pads that have an expiry dates for when the pads must be replaced. Most infant/child pads need to be replaced every 2 years.
Each manufacture offers additional accessories that can be purchased for training and event review purposes. If you are uncertain which accessories your organization needs, contact us to find out more about the accessories offered by each of the manufactures.