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Zoll Defibrillators – R Series

Zoll R Series Defibrillators

Zoll R-Series ALS Defibrillator

Zoll R-Series ALS Defibrillator

Zoll R-Series ALS Defibrillator

The first Zoll R Series and the most advanced and sophisticated ALS defibrillator available with networking capabilities and See-Thru CPR.

Zoll R-Series BLS Defibrillator

Zoll R-Series BLS Defibrillator

ZOLL R-Series BLS and R Series Plus Defibrillator

The Zoll R Series® BLS is a new entry-level AED with the capability to become a manual defibrillator with the press of a button.

Zoll Defibrillators – M Series

Early defibrillation is a critical component in treating cardiac arrest. We offer Zoll cardiac defibrillator products to meet the needs of a full range of trained rescuers, first responders and hospital professionals. In addition to providing the very latest cardiac life support technology, our entire line of Zoll cardiac defibrillator products feature a uniform operating system, so the need for training is minimized and ease of use is maximized.

Zoll M Series Defibrillators

Zoll M Series Monitor-Defibrillator

Zoll M Series Monitor-Defibrillator

Zoll M-Series Monitor Defibrillator

The Zoll M Series is the smallest, lightest, brightest unit in its class that makes for easy handling and optimal viewing.



ZOLL M-Series CCT Defibrillator

The Zoll M Series® CCT brings together ZOLL’s superior biphasic defibrillator function, external pacing, complete monitoring, multiple application printer, and a large full-color.

Zoll M Series Defibrillators are available at The Physician’s Resource for Medical Equipment.  Contact us for more information on the line of Zoll Defibrillators or call toll free 1-800-866-6689.

Zoll AED Pro Defibrillator

Zoll AED Pro Defibrillator has an outer housing made from the same material as football helmets – polycarbonate siloxane resin. This durable molding is water resistant to high-pressure water jets and passes a 1.5 meter drop test.zoll-aed-pro-defibrillator

The Zoll AED Pro’s LCD screen displays all of the critical information necessary:

  • ECG waveforms
  • Heart rate
  • Number of shocks delivered
  • CPR compression depth

The Zoll AED Pro Defibrillator has an internal memory as well as a removable USB flash memory capable of transferring data.

The Physician’s Resource for Medical Equipment furnishes medical equipment from the leaders in the field at highly competitive prices. Our expertise of medical equipment will help save you time and money. For more information on the Zoll AED Pro Defibrillator visitor our website or call toll free 1-800-866-6689.

Zoll AED Plus Defibrillator

Zoll automated external defibrillator is a full rescue AED – not just a defibrillator.


The AED Plus helps guide the rescuer through the “Chain of Survival”:

  • Early Access
  • Early CPR
  • Early Defibrillation
  • Early Advance Care

With ‘Real CPR Help™ ’, the Zoll AED Plus’ audio and visual prompts help the rescuer provide quality CPR. With this tool, you will be able to actually see what you are doing and help you to do it well.

  • Not pushing hard enough? — The Zoll AED Plus will tell you to push harder
  • Pushing hard enough? – It will say “Good compressions”
  • Not pushing fast enough? — A metronome will lead you to the right rate
  • Not yet started? — It will tell you again to get started
  • Compressions stopped? –  It will tell you to continue

The Zoll AED Defibrillator Plus is like a ‘road map’ for resuscitation.

The Physician’s Resource for Medical Equipment furnishes equipment from the leaders in the field at highly competitive prices. Our expertise of medical equipment will help save you time and money. For more information on the Zoll AED Plus Defibrillator visitor our website or call toll free 1-800-866-6689.

Matters of the Heart


Aortic valve surgery, or the process of replacing one of the four valves that regulates the passage of blood into and out of the heart, is not an uncommon procedure. 75,000 to 99,000 are performed in a year, and there is not much one can do to prevent the bodily failure that makes it necessary. Aortic valves harden and wear out, often due to old age, and not even physical fitness can reduce the risk. Thanks to this procedure, however, we needn’t have any fear.

When it comes to any matter of the heart, it is important to be vigilant, and at, we are committed to keeping your heart in check. With our great selection of cardiology supplies, there is no crisis for which a doctor can be unprepared. Our defibrillators are small, lightweight, and portable, readying you for any cardiological curve ball. If you’re looking to monitor the old ticker to preempt any complications, we also have stress tests and EKG machines, both of which can reveal any abnormalities before they get truly problematic.

With these supplies, your heart will have a fighting chance, so do yourself a favor: don’t leave without them!

Recognizing the Importance of Defibrillators


The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has announced a plan to install defibrillators in 30 of its stations by the end of the spring, the Toronto Star reports. With over 1,400 commuter illnesses in the past year (900 of which ended in hospital visits), the decision seems to be a wise one. Bill Thomas, head of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, concurs. “For every minute you can initiate CPR or use the public defibrillator you can save a life,” he says.

Thomas is right. Defibrillators can save lives, and at, we offer them in droves. Our Burdick Medic defibrillators are compact, easy to use, and portable, so keep one on hand and you’ll be ready for any crisis. Or, check out the Medtronic Physio Control, which offers hands-free defibrillation and printing of critical event summaries. Of course, you can also try the Powerheart AED G3, which simplifies the process by analyzing the heart and delivering an automatic defibrillation shock if a life-threatening rhythm is detected. is committed to saving lives, and these defibrillators are only a small sample of what we have to offer. So, if you’re in the market for health care products, stick around and have a look.

How to Use an AED


Sudden cardiac arrest claims 400,000 each year in the United States alone. It’s the cause of more than half the deaths from heart disease. In an effort to increase the odds of a victim’s survival lightweight portable Automated External Defibrillators, AED’s, have been installed on airplanes, in retirement communities and on campuses. AED’s deliver a powerful electrical shock to the heart that restores normal heart beat. It should only be used with victims that don’t respond to cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Here’s how to use an AED in the event of an emergency:

1.Switch on the defibrillator. Some AEDs may automatically switch on when the AED lid is opened. Others have an easy to identify green button. If more than one rescuer is present, continue CPR until the shock is given.

2.Remove the victims’ shirt or blouse, watch, rings and jewelry. Check for piercings and remove all studs.

3.Apply the electrode pads to the chest according the diagram displayed on the machine. Place one on the upper right side of the chest, the other on the lower left.

4.Stop CPR. Plug the electrode pads into the connector. The defibrillator will analyze the victim. Do not touch or move the victim while this occurs.

5.If the AED determines that a shock is needed, the machine will tell you audibly to deliver a shock by pressing a button. The machine will examine the victim’s heart beat to see if another shock is needed. If it is, you’ll be told to press the button again. Some AED’s will administer the shocks automatically as needed.

6.Check the victim’s breathing and pulse. If the heart has resumed beating, but the patient is not breathing, resume CPR. If there is no pulse, repeat the defibrillation process.

Remember, in the event of sudden cardiac arrest, the first responder can make all the difference. Make sure that your office is outfitted with an AED from and that all of the employees receive proper training.

Defibrillators in Schools Save Lives

Defibrillators in SchoolsAccording to a post by The Canadian Press on The Sault Star news site, Ontario is investing $1.4 million to expand defibrillator training for high-school students to enhance CPR and other on-the-spot treatment for cardiac arrest. The program will help the Advanced Coronary Treatment Foundation train teachers to instruct students in the use of an automated external defibrillator and help support placement of the devices in high schools across the province.

The Advanced Coronary Treatment Foundation launched a pilot project like this one in 2007 in several Canadian high schools to train students how to use defibrillators in the event of a cardiac emergency. In the United States, similar training programs have popped up, allowing for students to be able to use defibrillation techniques.

According to the article, each year, up to 40,000 Canadians suffer sudden cardiac arrest, resulting in ab estimated 30,000 Canadians deaths from sudden cardiac arrest each year. In the United States, the American Heart Association reports that in 2007 over 450,000 victims died from a coronary attack.

With numbers like these, it comes as no surprise that schools, offices, and public buildings are installing automatic external defibrillators at a growing rate. Companies like Burdick, Medtronic, Zoll, and Philips are some of the leading providers, offering people of all types and experience levels the chance to save a life in the event of an emergency.

Is your school prepared? Consider outfitting your building with an AED Defibrillator from PhysiciansResource.Net before students return from the holidays. Start an AED training program to show students and staff what to do in the event of a cardiac emergency. This training could prove to be the difference between life and death in a time of crisis.

Medtronic / Physio Control Defibrillators – Intent on Transforming Defibrillators

Medtronic / Physio Control is one of the world’s leading medical technology providers, pledging to “alleviate pain, restore health, and extend life for millions of people around the world.” Founded in 1949 by Earl E. Bakken and Palmer J. Hermundslie, Medtronic / Physio Control has since focused on being the leading producer of pacing technology, in addition to providing therapeutic, diagnostic, and monitoring systems for cardiovascular markets.

Medtronic Defibrillators

Medtronic works in conjunction with the Physio-Control Corporation to be the leading supplier of external defibrillators. Physio-Control emerged in 1955 with the determination to reduce the number of sudden deaths during cardiac surgery. In 1972, the LIFEPAK defibrillator was introduced for usage in hospitals and ambulances, featuring the ability to transmit ECG’s by telephone. Physio-Control defibrillators like the LIFEPAK system, offer features like the ADAPTIV biphasic technology that allows for both manual and AED modes in hospital or clinic settings. Medtronic defibrillators adapt to various environments to better serve the unique needs of both patient and physician.

The Physician’s Resource offers Medtronic defibrillators like the LIFEPAK system, as well as compatible battery support systems. Designed for ease of maintenance and operation, The LIFEPAK 500 Automated External Defibrillator is perfect for first responders to cardiac emergencies. Affordable, rugged, and portable, this low-maintenance defibrillator is ideal for all users. Medtronic defibrillators are also Biomedical-Certified and feature Combo Electrodes for hands-free defibrillation. Built with an intuitive design, these products are ideal for users of all skill levels and are proven in real-world emergency conditions.

Zoll Defibrillators Revive Human Hearts

For the first time in 1952, Dr. Paul M. Zoll demonstrated that when a human heart stops it can resume beating by applying external electric stimulation. His invaluable contribution to the medical world has given way to the technology found in every Coronary Care Unit across the country. Zoll’s Defibrillators carry on this commitment to pioneering cardiac technology. Today, Zoll’s products not only can be found in doctor’s offices, but also in schools, airports, shopping malls, and bus terminals. Access to life saving technology when you need it most.

Zoll Defibrillators

In the midst of cardiac arrest, shouldn’t you feel confident in your life saving abilities? For every minute a person isn’t shocked, his or her chance for survival drops 10 percent. Audio and visual prompts found in Zoll Defibrillators will help you rescue confidently anywhere, anytime. In addition to shock capabilities, Zoll’s AED Plus Defibrillator features Real CPR Help, a tool that is able to see if you are administering CPR effectively and offer feedback to assist. Zoll AED Pro offers portablity for professional rescuers, complete with Real CPR Help, ECG monitoring with high-quality display – perfect for any environment. Zoll Defibrillators also feature unmatched quality in battery compatibility and data storage, with maximum flexibility for data management. Zoll’s M-Series products are revolutionary in their compact, light construction with everything you need for cardiac resuscitation. Fast, easty, and portable, the M-Series also allows you to upgrade as your needs grow.

Finding the right defibrillator for you can be challenging, but with time-tested quality, Zoll Defibrillators are trusted to deliver results and suit your unique needs.