Philips HeartStart OnSite
Adult Smart Pads – M5071A
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Philips HeartStart OnSite Replacement SMART Pads – Adult #M5071A
The replacement adult SMART Pads are for the Philips HeartStart OnSite AED Defibrillator (Part # M5066A, # M5067A, # M5068A).
Philips HeartStart OnSite Adult Smart Pads have specific weight and age guidelines:
- OnSite Adult SMART Pads can be used for adults and children who are 8 years old and older, and/or 55 pounds and over.
There is a 2-Year Shelf Life on Adult SMART Pads if no rescue is required during that timeframe. For each rescue, SMART Pads Cartridge replacement is required. Cartridge contains (2) adhesive pads.
Follow These Steps to Replace / Install Your Philips HeartStart OnSite SMART Pads Cartridge.
Easy as 1-2-3:
Take out the new SMART Pads cartridge from its package.
Slide the latch on the top of the Onsite. Remove the outdated or used Pads Cartridge.
Insert the new Pads Cartridge by sliding the bottom of the cartridge in and press until you hear the latch click into place.
Q&A: Know Your HeartStart Onsite SMART Pads Cartridge
When should SMART Pads be replaced?
Philips HeartStart OnSite SMART Pads require replacement after each rescue, or according to the shelf life, which is once every two years.
How do you prevent pad adhesives from drying out?
To prevent adhesives from drying out, be sure not to pull the hard cover of the Pads Cartridge or film seal until the AED is ready to be used. Once the pad adhesives have been exposed, a replacement cartridge will be required.
How can you tell the difference between the Infant/Child SMART Pads Cartridge and the Adult SMART Pads Cartridge?
The Infant/Child Smart Pads Cartridge is easily identifiable from the Adult SMART Pads Cartridge because it is clearly marked with infant/child weight guidelines and a teddy bear icon.
How is AED rescue therapy different for an adult than a child?
Philips HeartStart OnSite SMART Pads are designed to communicate to the defibrillator to reduce the energy of its shock from 150 to 50 Joules (J). Dosage is based on the weight and age guidelines for an Infant/Child in crisis.