Stop defibrillation: three minutes or less is recommended for hospitals goal.
You are Committed to the highest standards of patient care in everything I does – Including resuscitation services. Knowing This, Physio-Control, a world leader in defibrillation technology, designed the LIFEPAK 20 defibrillator / monitor with a wide input physicians around the world.
The LIFEPAK 20 is highly intuitive to use and adapts to various environments patients. skillfully combine an AED function for the infrequent, BLS trained to respond, with Manual capability So THAT ALS trained clinicians can Quickly and Easily Provide advanced diagnostic and therapeutic care. There are two defibrillators in one.
Simple yet sophisticated, the LIFEPAK 20 at all levels Allows clinicians to focus on the Most Important task: saving the life of a patient.
Defibrillator / Monitor LIFEPAK® 20: Intelligent and Flexible to the various needs of your hospital defibrillation response.
The LIFEPAK 20 defibrillator / monitor has seven main operating modes:
- Manual mode: – Provides normal operating capability for ALS users. It Allows access to power options manually to 360J, synchronous cardioversion and pacing. the ECG waveform is displayed.
- AED mode: – (According to the 2005 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC Guidelines and ERC Resuscitation 2005) Provides normal operating capability for BLS users. All user functions are available except Manual defibrillation, cardioversion synchronous, pacing, and access to archived patient records. It provides shock energy values of up to 360J. User option to display ECG waveforms and / or visual warnings AED.
- Setup mode: – Allows the operator to configure the device settings.
- Service Mode: Allows the operator to perform diagnostic tests and calibrations, display of software versions and hardware device module and display and print the diagnostic code log.
- Mode: – The simulated waveforms are available for demonstration purposes. The waveforms consist of short segments of realistic data, to form a Repeated They continuous waveform.
- File mode: – Provides the operator the opportunity to access records of previous Patients for review, transmission, printing, editing or deletion.
- Auto Test Mode: – Perform self-diagnostic tests.
- Automatic Test Daily: – Every day at approximately 0300 (3:00 am), 20 complete the following tasks Automatically:
- It turns on.
- Performs self-tests.
- Charge at a low energy level and then a load discharged through a test.
- Stimulation test circuit (if installed a non-invasive stimulation).
- Turns off.
The device is an AC line operated With an internal battery as a backup device.
- AC powered: – 90-132 VAC 50 / 60Hz, 198-264 VAC 50/60 Hz, 120 volt Total power underdrain-amperes (VA).
- Internal Battery Backup: – NiMh. The batteries are charged while the device runs on AC power
- Operating time: – A new internal backup battery fully charged will Provide the following prior to shutdown:
- Monitoring: 120 Total minutes; 5 minutes after the low battery
- Monitoring the pulse oximeter device without complete in 35 minutes; 5 minutes after the low battery
- Defibrillation (downloads 360J): 90 Total; 3 after low battery
- Monitoring more stimulation (Minutes 100 m, 60 ppm): 70 Total; 2 after low battery
- Typical battery charging time: – <2 hours When the device is turned off and AC power is applied
- Low battery indication and message: – When the device is unplugged from AC power, it switches to battery. When the battery is low, the battery icon detection is Indicated by a low battery message in the status area and a warning tone OCCURS.
- Warmstart: – With the involuntary loss of energy (<30 seconds) device Retains settings.
- Service Indicator: – When an error is detected.