Physio Control LIFEPAK CR Plus Pediatric Electrodes

Physio Control LIFEPAK CR Plus Pediatric Electrodes

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Physio Control LIFEPAK CR Plus Pediatric Electrodes

Product Code 11101-000016USA

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Para uso con el DEA Lifepak CR +, estos electrodos pediátricos ayudan a proporcionar desfibrilación segura y efectiva a niños entre edades de 1-8 años.

Lamentablemente, nadie es inmune a un paro cardiaco, por lo que los DEA son especialmente vitales en lugares regularmente frecuentados por niños como las escuelas.

Una vez conectados al DEA, los electrodos pediátricos reducen automáticamente el nivel de descarga proporcionada para asegurar que es seguro y adecuado para el tamaño y la constitución de un niño.

Características Electrodos

  • Para uso con el DEA Lifepak CR + de Physio Control
  • Reduce la salida de julios de la unidad a un nivel adecuado para un niño
  • Se proporcionan instrucciones claras, asegurando que los usuarios inexpertos saben dónde colocar los electrodos antes del tratamiento
  • Tarjetas instructivas proporcionadas como parte del paquete de inicio para ayudar
  • con la conexión de los electrodos

Modo de Empleo

Cuando realice un proceso de rescate a un niño, primero conecte los electrodos pediátricos a su DEA. Retire los electrodos de su envoltorio protector de papel y aplíquelos al paciente siguiendo las instrucciones visuales en los electrodos.

Una vez que los electrodos se colocan de manera eficaz, permiten que el DEA analice el ritmo cardíaco del paciente, antes de seguir las instrucciones de audio de la unidad. La RCP será requerida antes de que se le informe si se necesita una descarga; si usted tiene una unidad totalmente automática, un choque será administrado automáticamente, si usted tiene un dispositivo semiautomático entonces se le pedirá que presione el botón de descarga para administrar desfibrilación al paciente.

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  • Experienced and knowledgeable staff on-hand to offer impartial advice on all things AEDs
  • We have a nationwide training network to deliver training in the use of a defib and CPR
  • Not only providing free battery and pad reminders, we also will replace your electrode pads for free if you use your defib in the first two years after purchase
  • Over 14 years worth of experience as an AED specialist 
  • 5 / 5 Review Score
  • Over 97% of our customers would buy from us again

 

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