If you're first on the scene of a cardiac emergency, the LIFEPAK 1000 AED can help improve lifesaving outcomes and speed the transition of patients to the next critical level of care.
The LIFPAK 1000 combines the simplicity of an AED with clear guidance, including onscreen and audio prompts with the flexibility of manual mode operation when indicated. Flexible setup options allow on-screen graphics for the basic rescuer or ECG display and access to manual mode for the more advanced rescuer. This powerful AED combines basic guidance with advanced operational control, enabling responders to deliver fast, appropriate treatment.
Rugged, vehicle-friendly construction
Powerful and easy to use
Clinically advanced, with robust features
Compatibility and connectivity
Height: 3.4 inches
Width: 9.2 inches
Depth: 10.9 inches
The LIFEPAK 1000 weighs 7.1 pounds with one set of REDI-PAK electrodes and one non-rechargeable battery.
AED - Provides operating capability for basic users
Manual - Provides operating capability for advanced users
ECG - Provides ECG display capability with 3-wire ECG cable
Setup - Allows user to configure the device
Data transfer - Allows user to transfer patient data
Auto test - Provides daily automatic test of hardware and software
Initial CPR - User defined time for CPR after first analysis regardless of analysis decision. This setting can be set to OFF, 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120 and 180 seconds.
Pre-shock CPR - Allows for CPR while device is charging. This setting can be set to OFF, 15 or 30 seconds.
Stacked shocks - This setting can be set to ON or OFF. When set to OFF, this allows for provision of CPR after each shock.
Pulse check - This setting allows the device to prompt for a pulse check after every shock, after every NSA pulse check or never prompt for a pulse check. The default setting is NEVER.
The default energy output settings are 200, 300, 360 joules and then 360 joules for every shock thereafter.
ECG information is received from the adult and infant/child electrodes in anterior-lateral or anterior-posterior positions. A three-wire cable can be used for ECG monitoring (Lead II).
Waveform sweep speed - 25 mm/sec for ECG, nominal
Waveform viewing time - Minimum four seconds
Waveform amplitude - 1 cm/mV, nominal
Heart rate - 20 to 300 BPM digital display
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