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A defibrillator uses electrical shocks to restore a victim’s heart function. These are only used for certain arrhythmias, such as those caused by the irregular heartbeats, such as ventricular fibrillation or pulseless ventricular tachycardia.

When a patient is declared clinically conscious and has a normal pulse, a defibrillator is indicated. However, it’s not indicated if the heart has stopped completely. If this happens, a normal CPR is needed to restore the heart’s function.

The automated external defibrillator is a type of device that can be used by anyone who has no previous training.

It can be used in a fast and effective manner. Unlike other medical devices, this machine doesn’t require a lot of training.

The device can also check the victim’s condition and automatically produces electric shocks if they’re needed. Some models require the user to press a button before the electric shocks are delivered.

Although the procedure for using a defibrillator is simple, there are also written instructions that can explain it in step by step.

Although there are various devices that can improve CPR, only the automated external defibrillator has been shown to be more effective than standard CPR when it comes to restoring a victim’s heart function after a cardiac arrest.