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|Model Number:||LIFEPAK CR Plus|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Delivery Time:||3-5 working days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union，PayPal|
|Product Name:||Medtronic||Type:||LIFEPAK CR Plus|
|Output Energy:||±10% Into 50 Ohms||Accuracy:||±15% Into 25 To 100 Ohms|
|Waveform::||BiPhilipasic Truncated Exponential, With Voltage And Duration Compensation For Victim Impedance||Output Energy Sequence:||Multiple Levels, Configurable From 150 Joules To 360 Joules.|
|Waveform Amplitude –:||1 Cm/mV, Nomina||Operating Temperature:||0° To 50°C (32° To 122°F|
|Storage Temperature:||-40 To 70° C (-40 To 158° F) With CHARGE-PAK And Electrodes, Maximum Exposure Time Limited To One Week.||AtmosPhiliperic Pressure:||760 MmHg To 429 MmHg, 0 To 15,000 Feet Above Sea Level.|
|Relative Humidity:||5 To 95% (non-condensing)||Height:||10.7 Cm (4.2 In)|
|Width::||20.3 Cm (8.0 In)||Depth:||24.1 Cm (9.5 In), Excluding Handle|
|Weight:||2.0 Kg (4.5 Lb) With CHARGE-PAK And Electrodes|
Lifepak CR Plus Defibrillator Equipment,
Medtronic Defibrillator Equipment
Medtronic PhilipilipYSIO CONTROL LIFEPAK CR Plus Defibrillator Equipment
► Brief Introduction
The Lifepak CR Plus defibrillator is an automatic external defibrillator (AED). Over the years, defibrillators have been used only by health professionals to treat victims of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Today, the ability of life-saving defibrillators is so widely recognized that people who were once trained to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) alone can now use defibrillators.
After the electrode pad is applied to the chest of the victim, the defibrillator analyzes the rhythm of the victim's heart. When a shock able rhythm is detected, the defibrillator sends a strong electric pulse (shock) to the myocardium (fully automatic model) or tells the responder to shock (semi-automatic model). The defibrillator shock the victim through an electrode pad in the chest.
When this electrical pulse is supplied, it is called defibrillation. Defibrillation is recognized to treat life-threatening heart rhythm irregularities such as ventricular fibrillation causing SCA.
The Lifepak CR Plus is specifically designed for use by people with low frequency of use and trained only in the use of CPR and AED.
► Indications of use
The Lifepak CRPlus defibrillators have been shown to be used in patients with cardiac arrest. The patient should be unresponsive (unconscious), not breathing normally and without signs of circulation (e.g., pulse, cough, no movement). With low energy defibrillation electrodes for infants, the LIFEPAK CR Plus defibrillator can be used for children up to 8 years old or up to 25 kg (55 LBS) in weight.
► Inside Features
|Quick reference card||This card provides abbreviated graPhilipilipic directions for using your defibrillator to treat a victim in cardiac arrest.|
|Use By date||Use By date shown (yyyy-mm-dd) can be viewed through the defibrillator lid when it is closed|
|Electrode packet||The QUIK-PAK electrode packet is preconnected to the defibrillator.
This packet contains a set of electrode pads.
|Electrode packet release handle||When you pull this handle, the electrode packet tears open.|
|Electrode packet anchor pin||This pin securely positions the electrode packet to the defibrillator.|
► Controls, Indicators, and Labels
► Operating Settings
|Device ID||Device ID is a unique identifier (ID) assigned to each defibrillator used for tracking the location of defibrillators. If you have multiple defibrillators at
your location, you should give each a unique name, such as Building 1, Building 2, and so on. When you transfer event data from the defibrillator to a PC, the defibrillator ID will be included in the transferred data
|Energy Sequence||Energy sequence defines the energy levels used by the defibrillator.
The energy level choices are: 150, 175, 200, 225, 250, 275, 300, 325, 360
Level 1 – 200 joules
Level 2 – 300 joules
Level 3 – 360 joules
|CPR Time 1
CPR Time 2
|The CPR Time 1 and CPR Time 2 settings define
the time interval for performing CPR after a shock
or after a no shock advised decision.
The choices for CPR Time 1 and CPR Time 2 are
15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, and 180 seconds.
CPR Time 1–120 sec
CPR Time 2–120 sec
|Pulse Prompt||The pulse prompt setting determines whether the defibrillator prompts you to check the victim’s pulse (appropriate for medically trained users) or to check the victim for signs of circulation such as breathing and movement (appropriate for lay users). Choices are Check Pulse, Check Breathing, or Check Circulation.|
|Stack Shocks||When set to OFF, the Stack Shocks option eliminates the analysis after each shock and inserts prompting for CPR after each (a single) shock. This eliminates the three-shock stack. CPR is prompted regardless of the ECG rhythm after the shock. The CPR time following the shock is determined by the CPR Time 1 setting selected. Choices for Stack Shocks option are ON or OFF.
When set to ON, an analysis will occur after shocks, and up to three shocks in a row may be delivered (three-shock stack).
|Pulse Check||When set to Never, the Pulse Check option removes all prompting for pulse checks. The other Pulse Check settings available allow pulse checks
only after every No Shock Advised (NSA) decision, after the second NSA decision and thereafter, or Always (after shocks, NSA and CPR).
|Motion Detection||The motion detection setting is used to determine if motion detection is active or not active during analysis.
When motion detection is On, the defibrillator stops analysis for up to 10 seconds if it detects any victim motion. The defibrillator notifies the responder of the problem. The defibrillator will resume analysis after 10 seconds, even if motion is still present.
When motion detection is Off, analysis is not inhibited, regardless of any victim motion.
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