Physio Control CR Plus CHARGE-PAK Charging stick and two sets of Quickpak electrodes

Physio Control CR Plus CHARGE-PAK Charging stick and two sets of Quickpak electrodes

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Physio Control CR Plus CHARGE-PAK Charging stick and two sets of Quickpak electrodes

Product Code 11403-000001USA

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What's Included?

  • Cargador CHARGE-PAK
  • dos sets de Electrodos Quickpak

Para uso con el DEA Lifepak CR Plus de Physio Control, la batería CHARGE-PAK ™ y los electrodos Quickpak garantizan que su DEA esté siempre listo para salvar una vida.

Esta combinación de cargador de  batería y dos juegos de electrodos está diseñado para su uso con la gama Lifepak CR Plus de Physio Control. Gracias al reemplazo conjunto de ambos accesorios vitales cada dos años, el mantenimiento de este DEA no podría ser más fácil o más eficiente.

Tener un juego de electrodos de repuesto es algo que siempre recomendamos. Elimina la presión del usuario al colocarlos correctamente por primera vez. Si no tienen éxito, estos electrodos no pueden ser reutilizados, mientras que tener un segundo juego electrodos aún le da la oportunidad de ayudar a salvar una vida.

Características

• Vida útil de la batería de 2 años

• Vida útil de los electrodos de 2 años

Modo de Empleo

Simplemente conecte los electrodos al DEA a través de los cables e instale la batería en la parte correspondiente.

Los electrodos se pueden almacenar debajo de la tapa antes de usarlos para mantenerlos seguros. El Lifepak CR Plus realizará una autocomprobación una vez encendido para asegurarse de que los accesorios se han instalado y conectado correctamente y que el DEA está listo para su uso.

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