Samaritan PAD Pediatric Pad-Pak Refills

Original spare parts Heartsine defibrillators

Replacement battery for Heartsina Samaritan PAD defibrillators

Pad-Pak adult electrodes + Heartsine battery


In Neosalus official distributor of the main brands of DEA and DESA equipment, sale of original spare parts HeartSine, Philips, Zoll, etc. Spare parts with updated expiration dates in patches and batteries.

In the case of Heartsine defibrillators, each PAD device has a Pad-Pack for children. This Heartsine Pad Pack offers you the advantage that you only have to check its expiration date and replace it once this date has passed, or if due to use.

The Pad-Pak includes the electrode pads and the defibrillator equipment battery. The Pad Pack has a useful life of 4 years from the date of manufacture and represents significant financial savings.


The electrodes are the main point of contact between the patient and the defibrillator.


HeartSine's electrode technology uses a proprietary construction method to provide a four-year useful life without a significant increase in cost. This same technology offers superior electrical performance, faster recovery (less time between shock and CPR), and produces much less noise.
HeartSine electrodes are large and have very low impedance. Pad size and low impedance are vital to successful defibrillation.

HeartSine's electrode technology also enables the device to have an impedance cardiogram (ICG) based CPR assistant.

Traditional electrodes use a tin-aluminum alloy conductor with a hydrochloride gel layer on the front. The aging mechanism responds to a chemical reaction between chloride and aluminum, which generally limits the useful life of the electrode to 2 to 2 and a half years.


Heartsine Samaritan PAD electrode pads


HeartSine's electrode patch technology is a totally different structure. HeartSine electrodes are created by printing a thick layer of silver onto a substrate.

The addition of a layer of hydrochloride gel causes a chemical reaction with the silver during the manufacturing process. Within approximately one week, this reaction forms a layer of silver chloride, creating a stable, self-limiting layer.

This technology effectively creates a defibrillation electrode that will be stable for more than five years. In addition, the silver/chloride interface presents very
low compensation potential and fast recovery characteristics, so it produces much less noise and has better recovery performance.