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ZOLL Plus Defibrillator supplied with a Cabinet

2800.00 plus GST & courier

  • One piece electrode pad for easy placement
  • Real time instantaneous compression depth monitoring
  • A lid that acts as a passive airway support
  • Rescue accessory package, with scissors, razor, gloves, shield, wipes
  • Uses easily available batteries with five year stand-by life
  • Electrode pad with five year life expectancy
  • No costs to maintain for five years unless used
  • No need for costly service contracts
  • Five year Warranty, reconfigurable should guidelines change
  • Instructional and training DVDs

The ZOLL Plus Defibrillator is currently used by our Ambulance service, The NZ Fire Service, NZ Defence Force, St John's Ambulance. 

Many Councils, Business Firms, clubs and associations throughout New Zealand. ZOLL Medical Co. A World wide leader involved in resuscitation solutions for over thirty years.

We have this promotion: ZOLL Plus in its soft carry bag with batteries, electrode pads, ready to go along with our designed cabinet.

First Aid to Survive has been an Authorised Distributor for ZOLL Medical Co since 2006 and looks after an extensive data base for consumables and on-going service.





First Aid to Survive commenced trading in 2006 as an Authorized Distributor for ZOLL Medical Co, promoting the public access for the ZOLL Plus and PRO model Defibrillators to Clubs, Business Firms, Community Groups and Associations.

The advancements in technology now make it possible to place this life saving device into the hands of the Lay-Rescuer With minimal training the ZOLL Plus defibrillator can increase the chances of surviving sudden cardiac arrest from approximately 4% to well over 75% if access to effective CPR and a defibrillator is available in the first 4 minutes from suffering a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) The casualty’s chance for survival decrease by 10% for every minute defibrillation is delayed.



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