In 2012, New York State Law required dentists to have automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in their offices. While some dentists had AEDs prior to 2012, many purchased their devices to comply with the law.
The average warranty on an AED was 7 to 8 years, and according to the Department of the Army the useful life of a defibrillator is 8 years. The American Hospital Association estimates the useful life expectancy of a defibrillator at 5 years.
Without a warranty, and hardware and software upgrades or repairs to your unit will not be supported by the manufacturer. Legal indemnity to the end user is also invalid without a warranty.
Have Dummy Will Travel is dedicated to helping you replace your device, and keep you and your team highly prepared to respond appropriately to a medical emergency in the most economic manner possible. Click below to determine the best price for replacing your AED with a new unit that will be warrantied for another 7 years.