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FR2-series defibrillators come with this disposable lithium manganese dioxide battery, which has a shelf life of five (5) years, plus typical standby life of five years (four years minimum).
Proper training and life-saving equipment in the workplace increase heart-attack victims’ chances of staying alive. The earlier CPR and defibrillation get administered, the better the victim’s chances of survival will be. CPR/AED training at work could lower insurance premiums, helping to pay for vital equipment.
The FR2-series of AEDs use Philips FR2/FR2+ long-life replacement batteries, which have five-year shelf lives and last equally long when installed on standby. Of course, demonstrations or use could discharge batteries faster, so storing a backup battery keeps equipment ready for use at any time. Over 13 percent of workplace fatalities occur due to heart attacks, so companies should keep an AED and backup battery ready for worker health emergencies.