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Philips Heartstart FR2

Philips Heartstart FR2

Brand:   Philips
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Heartstart FR2 provides emergency first responders with an effective means to treat victims in Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA).
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Philips Heartstart FR2 Features Heartstart FR2 provides emergency first responders with an effective means to treat victims in Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). This lightweight, rugged and easy-to-use Automated External Defibrillator (AED) allows first responders to deliver lifesaving therapy as soon as they arrive on the scene. Its patented SMART™ Biphasic waveform is the most patient-friendly technology available today. Portable, light AED. Easy-to-use design and superior technology. Automatically performes self-tests, which results in very little maintenance. Internal memory stores summaries of information from incidents. Philips Heartstart FR2 Features General Physical Size: 2.6” high x 8.6” wide x 8.6” deep (6.6 cm x 21.8 cm x 21.8 cm) Weight: ~4.7 lbs (2.1 kg) Waveform Biphasic truncated exponential. Waveform parameters are automatically adjusted as a function of patient defibrillation impedance. The FR2 delivers shocks to load impedances from 5 to 180 ohms. Energy Adult pads: 150J nominal into a 50 ohm lead. Pediatric pads: 50J nominal into a 50 ohm lead. Charge Control Controlled by patient analysis system for automated operation. Can be programmed for manual initiation using advanced mode. Charge Time From shock advised < 10 seconds typical, including confirming analysis. Charge time increases near end of battery service life. Shock-to-Shock Cycle Time < 20 seconds typical, including analysis, in AED mode. Charge Complete Indicator Shock button flashes, audio tone sounds Shock Delivery Vector Via adult defibrillation pads placed in the anterior-anterior (lead II) position or via pediatric attenuated defibrillation pads placed in the anterior-posterior position. ECG Analysis System Function Evaluates impedance of defibrillation pads for proper contact with patient skin, and evaluates the ECG rhythm and signal quality to determine if a shock is appropriate. Pace Maker Detection In advanced mode, on detection of pacemaker, provides screen display of Pace maker Detected alert. Pacemaker artifact is removed from the signal for rhythm analysis. Display Monitored ECG Lead ECG information is received from adult defibrillation pads in anterior-anterior (lead II) position or from pediatric attenuated pads in anterior-posterior position Display Range Differential: ±2 mV full scale, nominal Screen Type High-resolution liquid crystal display with backlight Screen Dimensions 2.8” wide x 2.3” high (70 mm x 58 mm) Sweep Speed 23 mm/s nominal ECG Display 3 second-segments displayed Frequency Response Nondiagnostic rhythm monitor 1 Hz to 20 Hz (-3 dB), nominal Sensitivity 1.16 cm/mV, nominal Heart Rate Display 30 to 300 bpm, updated each analysis period Controls and Indicators LCD screen: high-resolution, backlighted LCD screen displays ECG and text messages Controls on/off button, shock button, options buttons LED Indicators connectors socket LED, flashes to indicate socket location. LED is covered when defibrillation pad connector is properly inserted. Shock button LED flashes when defibrillator is armed. Audio speaker: provides prompts. Volume is adjustable via Setup screen. Beeper Chirps when self-test has failed. Provides various warning beeps during normal use Indicator status indicator LCD displays device readiness for use. Low battery detection: automatic during daily periodic self-testing. Low Battery Indicator Solid or flashing re X status indicator on front panel; screen display Low Battery or Replace Battery warning, as appropriate Battery Type: 12 VDC, 4.2 Ah, lithium manganese dioxide. Capacity: when new, a minimum of 300 shocks or 12 hours operating time at 77° F (25°C)

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General Information AEDs There are Two Main Types of AED Defibrillators 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