Philips FR2 Adult and Pediatric Pads Family Pack

Philips FR2 Adult and Pediatric Pads Family Pack

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Philips FR2 Adult and Pediatric Pads Family Pack

Product Code FR2FamilyUSA

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What's Included?

  • Pack Familiar Electrodos Adultos y Pediátricos Philips FR2 

Ayudándole a mantenerse preparado para realizar un rescate sin importar la edad de la víctima, el Pack Familiar de Electrodos Adultos y Pediátricos FR2 de Philips le permitirá proporcionar el tratamiento decisivo a una víctima de paro cardiaco, ya sea un adulto o un niño de 1 a 8 años de edad.

El paro cardiaco puede afectar a cualquier persona de cualquier edad, por lo que es esencial preparar su DEA con electrodos para adultos y niños, de manera que  siempre pueda realizar un rescate en una emergencia. Estos exclusivos packs familiares fueron creados por defibshop para proporcionar a los usuarios una manera rentable de preparar su unidad para múltiples eventualidades.

Características de los electrodos

  • Envoltorio protector asegura que los electrodos DEA se mantengan seguros y limpios cuando no estén en uso
  • Imágenes instructivas para la colocación eficaz de los electrodos
  • Puede proporcionar monitorización de ECG, estimulación externa y cardioversión sincronizada

Packs familiares

Estos packs son un buen suplemento a los DEA ubicados en entornos tales como escuelas y otros lugares públicos que pueden ser comúnmente frecuentados por niños.

Una vez conectados al DEA, los electrodos pediátricos reducen automáticamente los julios de la descarga administrada, manteniéndola segura para el tamaño y la constitución de un niño.

Al incluir un set de electrodos para adultos y unos pediátricos en un práctico pack, podrá tener la confianza de que es capaz de ofrecer un rescate sin importar la edad de la víctima.

Más información

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Whilst all AEDs can be used to increase chances of survival and even save a life in the event of a cardiac arrest, FDA approved devices provide that extra piece of mind that the specific unit being used has undergone vigorous and substantial testing to ensure that that particular piece of equipment operates just as it should and provides the most effective care possible.

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