Emergency Care

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Public access to automated external defibrillators (AEDs) helps to ensure lifesaving technology is placed where it can do the most good.

With a design influenced by user feedback, it’s no surprise the CR2 is rated highest in overall user confidence by AED users.1


Coworkers helping a man suffering from sudden cardiac arrest

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Advanced technology including cprINSIGHT, Wi-Fi connectivity and continuous self-monitoring enables devices and rescuers to be prepared to deliver swift, lifesaving treatment.

Increased chance of survival

Continuous CPR improves blood circulation and increases chances of survival. The LIFEPAK CR2 is the only AED that allows chest compressions during electrocardiogram (ECG) rhythm analysis, reducing pauses between CPR and defibrillation.

Designed for user confidence

Simple graphics, audible instructions and automated features help users remain focused during an emergency. Dual language capabilities and ClearVoice™ technology help users understand and hear voice prompts.

Connected to responders

Wi-Fi connectivity gives emergency responders a complete picture of the sudden cardiac arrest event. Before they arrive, emergency responders are informed of event details including shocks given and patient ECG in order to continue with the correct lifesaving actions.


Featuring an IP55 rating against dust and water, the LIFEPAK CR2 works in challenging conditions.

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Technical support

We’ll work with you to quickly assess your situation and find the best solution.

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AED program management

AEDs are effective only if they are close at hand and ready to use. LIFELINKcentral AED program management offers solutions from start-up to ongoing management, with the flexibility to customize for your environment and resources.

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1Physio-Control Internal Semi-Automatic AED Comparison Usability Study, August 2016