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HeartSine® Increases AED System Warranty to Longest in the Industry
Date:5/31/2011

NEWTOWN, Pa., May 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- HeartSine Technologies, Inc, a world leader in personal and public access defibrillators, has increased its system warranty period to an exclusive 10 years on its popular HeartSine® samaritan® PAD 300P Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) for the treatment of Sudden Cardiac Arrest. The samaritan PAD currently is the fastest growing AED. The life of its Pad-Pak® device, a battery and electrode contained in an integrated cartridge has also been increased to four years. Both the life of the Pad-Pak and the samaritan PAD's product warranty are the longest available in the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) industry.

HeartSine's commitment to innovation and significant investments in research and development have resulted in industry advanced technology, firmware, software and components which meet and exceed AED clinical efficacy standards. This Innovation enables HeartSine to provide end users with exceptional product reliability and the lowest cost of ownership.

"At HeartSine, our passion is to continue to design and develop compact, easy-to-use and extremely reliable AED devices to customers where our superior lifesaving technology helps save the lives of colleagues, customers and friends," said Marc Lawrence, HeartSine senior vice president. "Our 10-year warranty and 4-year Pad-Pak life has helped make the best life saving device even better."

About HeartSine Technologies

A world leader in personal and public access defibrillators, HeartSine's mission is to advance the deployment of lifesaving defibrillation therapy in non-traditional areas of care through the development of proprietary technologies and quality products. The HeartSine® samaritan® PAD Public Access Defibrillator is a medical device especially designed for public access use, to administer lifesaving treatment for Sudden Cardiac Arrest. It is a sophisticated, lightweight Automated External Defibrillator designed for rescuers of all skill levels and is ideal for sports facilities, schools, churches and all businesses.

For more information, please contact info@heartsine.com, call (866) 478-7463, ext. 112, or visit www.heartsine.com.

Contact: Marc Lawrence
Phone: 215.860.8100
marc.lawrence@heartsine.com


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