Electrodos Desfibrilación Adultos Powerheart G3

Electrodos Desfibrilación Adultos Powerheart G3

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Electrodos Desfibrilación Adultos Powerheart G3

Product Code 9131-001USA

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 Para uso con el DEA Powerheart G3 de Cardiac Science, estos Electrodos para Adultos le permiten pre-conectarlos antes del rescate, lo que le ahorra un tiempo valioso en caso de una emergencia.

Este paquete de dos sets es una opción rentable para proporcionarle a su DEA el mejor mantenimiento, así como asegurarse de que siempre esté preparado para proporcionar un rescate si uno de sus electrodos debiera ser utilizado o se viera comprometido.

Características Electrodos

  • El envoltorio de papel de aluminio protege los electrodos contra el polvo y el agua y preserva la sustancia adhesiva en ellos
  • Envoltorio con fácil apertura
  • Capacidad de pre-conectividad para ahorrar segundos valiosos durante una emergencia
  • Sustancia adhesiva para una efectiva aplicación de los electrodos
  • Imágenes instructivas para una colocación precisa de los electrodos

Modo de Empleo

En primer lugar, abrir el envoltorio protector de papel de aluminio para retirar los electrodos.

Siga las claras instrucciones visuales en los electrodos para colocarlos y adherirlos en el lugar correcto. Una vez conectados, el DEA automáticamente comenzará a evaluar la condición del corazón y buscará un ritmo desfibrilable. Si se requiere un choque, se le aconsejará al usuario que aplique la RCP antes de administrar la desfibrilación.

Si tiene una unidad totalmente automática, la descarga se realizará automáticamente, si está utilizando un dispositivo semiautomático, se le indicará que presione el botón de descarga para administrar el tratamiento requerido. Este proceso le será transmitido con calma e instructivamente por su DEA.

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