Emergency Care

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We envision a society in which no person dies suddenly as a result of an acute, treatable medical event.

Our products are designed to work together to give emergency caregivers, more control of a critical event, wherever they may be:

EMS & military

You work in one of the world’s most demanding, fast-paced environments. You need durable, powerful and connected devices to help you save lives and coordinate teams to deliver the highest quality of care.

solutions for ems teams
Hospitals & medical centers

Equipment you can depend on in that moment when saving a life is the only thing that matters. Intelligent tools to monitor, document and review each code event to respond even better the next time.

solutions for hospitals
Workplace & public safety

Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) knows no boundaries. Our products and solutions can provide a critical resource to help a first responder—a colleague, a teacher, or simply a passerby—save a life.

solutions for community

Our products share data, so you can focus on caring for patients.

We share your passion for helping patients, so we make it faster and easier to share information, collaborate, and generate insights that improve patient outcomes today — and team performance for tomorrow.

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Clinical technology insights

Full energy biphasic 360J technology: clinically proven, clinically preferred.

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We’re committed to your satisfaction.

Your community expects responsive service from you. We think you deserve the same from us.

Service plans

Rely on service from Stryker

With a professional services plan, you can focus on saving lives while helping to ensure the integrity of your devices and data products.

service plans

Improve your product knowledge

Access instructions, configuration tools, fit guides, catalogs, data sheets, performance evaluations, software updates and more.

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Survivor story

Rick Ahrens

One minute, he was looking forward to his upcoming retirement and returning to his cubicle after enjoying lunch. The next, he had collapsed from sudden cardiac arrest. Learn how the quick actions of his coworkers, immediate CPR, and early defibrillation helped save his life. 

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