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CodeMaster XL+ Defibrillator

CodeMaster XL+ Defibrillator

Brand:   Codemaster
Condition:   SellerRefubrished
The HP Codemaster XL+ high-performance, high-speed defibrillator charges from 0 to 360 joules in under 5 seconds,
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CodeMaster XL+ Features The HP Codemaster XL+ high-performance, high-speed defibrillator charges from 0 to 360 joules in under 5 seconds, plus it offers a variety of advanced options easily customized to meet the needs of your unit. The CodeMaster XL+ Defibrillator by HP is a flexible choice for high-use areas of the hospital including operating rooms, intensive care units, cardiac care units, and emergency departments, as well as for clinics and ambulatory surgery centers. Battery strength indicator LED light Back-up AC power Documents and stores events Shock advisory option Adjustable heart rate alarms ECG Monitor External Paddles Recorder Alarms and Code Summary Biomedically Inspected Patient Ready CodeMaster XL+ Specifications Dimensions 7.9”H x 11.8”W x 15.6”L/20 x 30 x 39.7 cm) Weight 24 lbs./10.9 kg Battery Type: Rechargeable, sealed lead-acid battery. 4 Ah, 12 V nominal Charge time: 2 hours to 90% of full capacity. 18 hours to 100% capacity. Repeated charging to less than 100% will reduce the useful life of the battery Capacity: 2.5 hours monitoring or 50 full-energy discharges or 1 hour monitoring and recording AC input: 100 to 230 VAC ±15%, 50/60 Hz. Battery indicators: illuminated LED indicates battery is charging. Low Battery message appears on the monitor Defibrillator Waveform: damped sinusoidal. Output energy (delivered): 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 20, 30, 50, 70, 100, 150, 200, 300, and 360 joules Charge control: push-button on apex paddle and on front panel Charge time: less than 5 seconds to 360 joules with a functional battery installed Paddle contact indicator: shows quality of contact before discharge Charge-done indicator: display indicates available energy, charge-done light on apex paddle, charge done tone Synchronizer: SYNC message appears on the monitor and is annoted periodically on the recorder while in synchronous mode. An audible beep sounds with each detected R-wave, while a marker on the monitor and sync mark on the recorder strip indicate the discharge point Paddles: standard paddles are anterior/anterior. Adult electrodes (83 cm sq) slide off to expose pediatric electrodes (21 cm sq). Paddle cord is 10 feet (3m) Full range of internal paddles available Monitor Input: ECG activity may be viewed through the paddles or patient cable Lead fault: LEADS OFF message and dashed baseline appear on the monitor if a lead becomes disconnected Common mode rejection: greater than 100 dB measured as per AAMI standards for cardiac monitors Heart rate display: digital read out on monitor from 20 to 280 bpm Event Summary Stores and prints 3 seconds pre-and 8 seconds post-critical event data for up to 28 events. Data is retained after unit is turned off. Recorder Annotations: time, date, heart rate, event markers, ECG mode, and selected energy. Actual delivered energy, peak current, and patient impendence Recorder mode: automatically documents events and ECG during defibrillation episodes. The recorder can be configured to run in either real time or with a 6-second delay Frequency response: 0.5 to 40 Hz monitor bandwidth. 0.05 to 150 Hz diagnostic bandwidth is selectable

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General Information About Defibrillators Why Defibrillation? Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCR)-Rapid irregular rhythm causing heart to quiver Cause: Ventricular Fibrillation (VF) Can lead to death if emergency shock not delivered Defibrillation – to counteract fibrillation Defibrillator Device used to administer an electric current (shock) to the heart Types of Defibrillators Manual external Manual Internal Automated External (AED) Semi-Automated External Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator (ICD) Manual External Defibrillator Widely used in Hospitals and clinics Inbuilt EKG reader Clinician Diagnoses the condition and accordingly administers the shock through paddles or pads Manual Internal Defibrillator Exclusively used in Operation Theatres Charge delivered through internal paddles in direct contact with the heart Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Used by lay persons requiring little training Built in heart rhythm analyzer Advices whether shock is required Semi-Automated External Defibrillators Used by paramedics and emergency medical technicians Automated capabilities of AED With ECG display and manual over ride option Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator Implants similar to pacemakers Constantly monitor heart rhythm Automatically administers shock for arrhythmias Types of waveform - Shape of defibrillation current Monophasic damped sine waveform – delivers energy in one direction Relies on adjustment of joule settings Biphasic damped sine waveform – bi-directional current flow Measures impedance of patient and delivers precise dose of electricity Uses significantly low energy levels Decreases risk of burn in Myocardial damage