Efficient and cost effective defibrillation training
ShockLink connects most commonly used defibrillators to the majority of current CPR manikins or simulators, providing a comprehensive solution for realistic and standardised training.
During a scenario, different teams can easily train together as you can swap between different defibrillators efficiently.
With ShockLink, you no longer need to purchase a specific training model for your AED or a new CPR manikin, which reduces the cost of implementing live defibrillation training.
Train the way that clinical procedures are performed
Train with realistic defibrillator training pads (not studs) with all the key learning objectives from CPR-D training. The ShockLink remote control, or a SimPad SkillReporter, can be used to prompt changes to simulated heart rhythm scenarios.
The rhythms included with ShockLink include:
- Sinus (SR)
- Brady (Sinus Bradycardia)
- Supra Ventricular tachycardia (SVT)
- Ventricular Tachycardia (VT) Slow
- Ventricular Tachycardia (VT) Fast
- Ventricular Fibrillation (VF) 0.1 - 1 mV
Training and heart rhythms controlled using one of the following:
ShockLink offers a complete solution for the Chain of Survival
Early defibrillation, within the first 5 minutes, is a key step in the Chain of Survival. With easier and more efficient training solutions more laypeople could be equipped to function as first responders in the community.
Research in Sweden has shown that improved outcomes in out of hospital cardiac arrest survival rates was due to an improvement in training in all steps of the Chain of Survival (European Heart Journal, September 2014). ShockLink could help facilitate this.
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SimPad PLUS with SkillReporter facilitates real-time feedback, records data and calculates overall performance for thorough training and debrief on CPR performance. It can be used for wireless control of up to 6 QCPR manikins simultaneously so an instructor can instantly identify and guide a student struggling to perform Quality CPR.