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There is a big difference in the lifespan of the batteries and electrodes on the different defibrillators. For example, some models have a battery life of 6 years, other models have a battery life of 4 years. The same applies to electrodes, some of which only have a 2-year lifespan. There is also a big difference between what a new battery and new electrodes cost. When the useful life has expired, these things must be replaced if you are to continue to have a functioning defibrillator.
Most defibrillators have the ability to deliver shocks to children as well. It simply requires inserting a child key or a set of child electrodes. Some of the defibrillators will automatically reduce the shock level when the pediatric electrodes are inserted, while others require you to press a pediatric button first.