Physio Control Lifepak 1000 Features The Physio Control Lifepak 1000 defibrillator is an easy-to-use automatic external defibrillator (AED) from the leader in defibrillation technology. But it’s also a defibrillator powerful and adaptable enough for professional responders, featuring advanced capabilities that can help improve lifesaving outcomes and speed the transition of cardiac patients to the next critical level of care. Not every cardiac emergency is the same. Neither is every responder. Your world demands flexibility—and that’s exactly what the Lifepak 1000 defibrillator delivers. Rugged Construction – Rigorously drop-tested device and protective case and bumpers Vehicle Friendly – Designed to ride along in any vehicle without damage from continuous vibrations and other movement 360 Joules – Can escalate defibrillation power to an industry leading 360J cprMAX™ Technology – Minimizes CPR interruptions by allowing compressions to continue during AED charging ECG Capability – 3-lead ECG function is available when needed Shock Counter – Digitally records and displays delivered shocks for added insight Physio Control Lifepak 1000 Specifications Display Size (Active viewing area) 120 mm (4.7 in.) x 89 mm (3.5 in) Display Type 320 dot x 240 dot LCD with backlight Frequency Response 0.55 Hz to 21 Hz (-3 dB), nominal Waveform Sweep Speed :25 mm/sec for ECG, nominal Waveform viewing time: Minimum 4 seconds Waveform Amplitude 1 cm/mV, nominal Display Range Differential: ±1.4 mV full scale, nominal Heart Rate 20 to 300 BPM digital display Display "---" if heart rate is less than 20 BPM Heart symbol flashes for each QRS detection Displayed ECG ECG information is received from therapy pads in anterior-lateral or anterior-posterior positions, or from the 3-wire ECG cable in Lead II ECG Mode ECG Display Provides nondiagnostic ECG display of the patient’s heart rhythm. Manual Mode Energy Sequence Delivers energy at levels selected in Setup mode Charge Time Charge time: 200 joules in less than 7 sec (typical) 360 joules in less than 12 sec (typical) AED Mode Shock Advisory System (SAS): ECG Analysis system that advises whether a shock is appropriate, meets rhythm recognition criteria specified in DF80 and IEC 60601-2-4. In AED mode, the device allows a shock only if SAS advises defibrillation. Shock Ready Time Time to first shock (electrodes connected to a patient at power on and initial rhythm finding is Shock Advised): Less than 25 sec to 200 joules Less than 30 sec to 360 joules Energy Sequence: Multiple levels, configurable from 150 to 360 joules Shock-to-Shock cycle time (200J to 300J): Less than 25 seconds Time for a 3-shock sequence (200J/300J/360J): Less than 70 seconds With Infant/Child Pads The following specifications apply from 25 to 175 ohms Energy Accuracy (into 50 ohms): Selected energy ÷ 4 +/- 15%; 86 joules +/- 15% maximum With Adult Pads Patient Impedance Range: 10 – 300 ohms The following specifications apply from 25 to 175 ohms. Energy Accuracy 10% of the energy setting into 50 ohms 15% of the rated energy output into 25 – 175 ohms Waveform Biphasic Truncated Exponential with voltage and duration compensation for patient impedance.
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