Operation Theater/ ICU EquipmentsDefibrillator Rescue Life Progetti | Sight Pakistan

The combined defibrillator monitor Rescue Life is designed to be used by out-of-hospital and hospital users. Having an innovative and fully featured design, it provides for defibrillation and monitoring in a single portable device.
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The combined defibrillator monitor Rescue Life is designed to be used by out-of-hospital and hospital users. Having an innovative and fully featured design, it provides for defibrillation and monitoring in a single portable device.

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The combined defibrillator monitor Rescue Life is designed to be used by out-of-hospital and hospital users. Having an innovative and fully featured design, it provides for defibrillation and monitoring in a single portable device.

Dispaly

Brilliant, high contrast, wide-angle TFT LCD colour display allows the simultaneous visualization of up to 3 ECG channels. Information such as heart rate, SpO2 value, alarms and operational functions are clearly visible on the display even in low visibility conditions. In AED or Advisory mode, text messages and voice prompts guide the operator during the CPR operations.

Fast connection

Users can choose between ergonomic reusable paddles, suitable for the manual defibrillation in both adult and paediatric patients or disposable pads for AED defibrillation. Both types are equipped with a single fast lock connection for reliable rescue operations.The ECG can be detected via 3, 5 or 10 leads ECG cable and the optional SpO2 sensor is available for detecting blood oxygen saturation. Rescue Life can be equipped with internal reusable defibrillation paddles with interchangeable different sizes.

Memory and data management

Simple commands, extremely intuitive and easy to use. Immediate access to main setup parameters using only the trim knob and function keys.The internal memory is able to record more than 300 hours of ECG data and events.The data are recallable and printable on the integrated thermal printer. Printing can be done in manual or in automatic mode. In the automatic mode the printing initiates when the energy charging starts (recording the ECG signal before the shock) and will continue 10 seconds after the shock was delivered.

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    The combined defibrillator monitor Rescue Life is designed to be used by out-of-hospital and hospital users. Having an innovative and fully featured design, it provides for defibrillation and monitoring in a single portable device.

    Dispaly

    Brilliant, high contrast, wide-angle TFT LCD colour display allows the simultaneous visualization of up to 3 ECG channels. Information such as heart rate, SpO2 value, alarms and operational functions are clearly visible on the display even in low visibility conditions. In AED or Advisory mode, text messages and voice prompts guide the operator during the CPR operations.

    Fast connection

    Users can choose between ergonomic reusable paddles, suitable for the manual defibrillation in both adult and paediatric patients or disposable pads for AED defibrillation. Both types are equipped with a single fast lock connection for reliable rescue operations.The ECG can be detected via 3, 5 or 10 leads ECG cable and the optional SpO2 sensor is available for detecting blood oxygen saturation. Rescue Life can be equipped with internal reusable defibrillation paddles with interchangeable different sizes.

    Memory and data management

    Simple commands, extremely intuitive and easy to use. Immediate access to main setup parameters using only the trim knob and function keys.The internal memory is able to record more than 300 hours of ECG data and events.The data are recallable and printable on the integrated thermal printer. Printing can be done in manual or in automatic mode. In the automatic mode the printing initiates when the energy charging starts (recording the ECG signal before the shock) and will continue 10 seconds after the shock was delivered.