- Defibrillator Batteries
- Additional Accessories
- CPR Manikins
❤ All orders shipped from the EU ❤ 20 years’ experience ❤ customers score us 9.7 out of 10!
You are currently searching through the defibrillator pads for various brands of AEDs. Refine your search by using the left column. We have a wide range of AED pads and can deliver in most cases from stock. Because the defibrillator pads remain on the shelf for the shortest time possible, you will receive the longest possible shelf-life electrodes.
If you cannot find what you are looking for please contact us for advice. Click the appropriate defibrillator pads to see the additional information.
Shop our wide range of AED electrode pads for all brands of Automated External Defibrillators. Replace electrode pads before the expiry date to ensure that they work when you need them the most. Most AED electrode pads have a shelf life of around 1.5 - 2 years.
Our selection includes AED electrode pads for adults, child electrode pads and child keys. Each AED manufacturer uses its plug to attach the electrodes in the AED. Therefore, it is important to know the correct brand and model of the AED. You can find the make and model of the AED on the back of the device. Use the filter on the left-hand column to refine your search by manufacturer.
Our extensive inventory ensures that most AED electrodes are readily available. We strive to keep our stock fresh, so you can expect to receive electrodes with the longest possible shelf life.
Our AED electrodes provide cardiac rhythm analysis and shock delivery. We offer a wide selection of electrodes for various types of AEDs, including popular models such as Philips Heartstart HS1 and Defibtech Lifeline.
Correct placement of the AED electrodes is crucial for optimal operation. The chest should be the site for applying the two electrodes. For adults, one electrode should be placed on the right side of the chest between the collarbone and the nipple, while the other electrode should be placed on the left side under the chest at the level of the ribs. For more information on how to attach the AED electrodes correctly, please refer to our guidelines: "Applying AED electrodes on adult patients".
While some AEDs have a child button, most AEDs require child-specific electrodes for proper shock delivery on a child's body. These paediatric electrodes are designed to fit better. They also ensure that the shock delivery is adjusted, enabling AEDs to be used in paediatric CPR. Some AEDs may also work with a child key. To view all paediatric electrodes and keys, use the filter option on the left. Read more about how child electrodes work.