Actar AED Training System

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"Press the shock button now".

The arrival of fully-automated external defibrillators (AEDs) prompted many organizations to begin teaching lay people how to use an AED. Clinical research shows that early defibrillation increases survival rates of victims suffering from cardiac arrest caused by ventricular fibrillation.

The Actar AED Training System is a teaching tool used by CPR training organizations to help more people learn how to use an AED. The system enables a group of people to practice CPR and AED skills simultaneously by following voice prompts from a single CD player. It is the most efficient and cost effective system available in the industry.

The system includes 5 or 10 AED simulators with cables, 'non-firing' electrode pads and 2 audio CDs with a variety of pre-recorded scenarios for lay persons and healthcare providers. The scenarios are based on the American Heart Association 2005 Guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiac Care.

Studio Innova developed the strategy, designed all components, prepared the scripts and produced the recorded audio scenarios.

Client:
Vital Signs Inc.

Designers:
Richard Brault, Dianne Croteau, Ian Stuart, Greg Fowler

Engineer:
Richard Morawietz

Recording Engineer:
Steve Hurej

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