Defibrillator Rescue life

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Defibrillator Rescue life

Defibrillator Rescue life is Designed to be the ideal device to deal with cardiovascular emergencies and to monitor the patient in hospital and non-hospital environments. Thanks to its compact and shockproof design.

RESCUE LIFE is the best ally for hard times. When time becomes an enemy, thanks to its intuitive navigation interface RESCUE LIFE lets the user initiate its functions in a fast and easy way. Developed with the purpose to satisfy the most elevated demands, RESCUE LIFE guarantees a complete monitoring of the patient in a critical situation: blood pressure, saturation and 12-leads ECG allow the user to have a clear picture of the clinical situation. With its state-of-the-art biphasic technology, RESCUE LIFE guarantees the maximum effectiveness in the shortest time. RESCUE LIFE means versatility.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Dimension • 369 x 240 x 340 mm
Weight • 5,5 Kg with battery
Electrical ••
AC 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz- inverter12V car adapter (optional)
Rechargeable 14.4 V – 2 Ah NiMh battery
Capacity • 100 shocks at 230J with battery fully charged
Software • Voice and texts multilanguage
Memory • Internal flash 4 Gb up to 300 hrs of ECG data, events and usage
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ENVIRONMENTAL
Temperature •••
Operational -5° ~ 55° C
Storage -20° ~ 70° C
Relative humidity 10 ~ 95%
Isolation • ECG type CF, Defibrillation type BF
Water proof • Class IPX4

DEFIBRILLATION
Waveform ••
Bipashic Truncated Exponential (BTE)
HiCAP technology (Large storage capacitor)
Impedance • Compensated, range 25 – 200 Ohm
Charge time • 6 sec for 230 J with battery fully charged
AED MODE (OPTIONAL)
Energy • Fixed energy at 200 J
Protocol • AHA 2010 CPR Guidelines with voice and text prompts
Shockable rhythms • VF with amplitude > 100 μV and VT with rhythm >150 bpm
Sensitivity ••
Shockable rhythm-VF > 95%
Shockable rhythm-VT > 75%
Specificity •••
According to AHA 2010
Normal sinusoidal rhythm > 99%
Asystole and other non-shockable rhythms > 95%
MANUAL MODE
Energy range • 1 – 230 J (from 1-10 J in 1 J steps; from 10 to 230 J in 10 J steps)
Commands • Multifunction trim knob. Charge and shock button directly in the
front panel for hands free defibrillation
Paddles ••
Reusable adult & pediatric defi paddles with charge/shock command
Disposable defi pads and internal defi paddles (optional)
Operating mode • ECG « R » wave synchro or asynchro mode
Indicators ••
Battery and main led indicators
Clear and visible backlight color buttons
DISPLAY
Type • High contrast TFT color LCD 5.7” (320 x 240 pixels)
Information • Operational information, ECG traces, Spo2 value, NIBP values,
parameters, Heart Rate indicator, filters, alarms and battery status
ECG MONITORING
Bandwidth • 0.5 – 120 Hz (-3 db) with filters off
CMRR • > 90 db
Input impedance • > 20 Mohm
Input ••
Patient cable 5 leads (I,II,III,aVL,aVR,aVF) – standard
Patient cable 10 leads (12 channels ECG) – optional
Gain • 5, 10, 20 mm/mV with patient cable. AUTO with pads
Velocity • 5, 10, 25, 50 mm/sec
Filters • 50/60 Hz, EMG Filter, base line
HR range • 20 – 300 bpm (~ 2%), digital readout on the display
Alarm • HR max settable 250 bpm; HR min 20 bpm
SPO2 (OPTIONAL)
SpO2 range • 0 – 100%
HR range • 18 – 300 ppm
Accuracy • 70 – 100% ~ 2% for adults with finger clip sensor
Alarm • Adjustable min 65%
PRINTER
Type • Integrated thermal printer for ECG traces and events documentation
hardcopy including HR/SpO2/NIBP values
Paper speed • 5, 10, 25, 50 mm/sec
Paper width • 58 mm
Operating model • Manual, automatic (10” pre and post shock recording)
EXTERNAL PACEMAKER (OPTIONAL)
Type • Rettangular wave
Operating mode • Fixed on demand
Pulse rate • 30 ppm to 250 ppm, adjustable in steps of 5 ppm
Impulse duration • 22 ms
Pulse current • 0 to 150 mA adjustable in steps of 5mA
Amplitude • Max 150 V
STANDARDS & SAFETY
Standard • IEC 60601-2-4; IEC 60601-1; IEC 60601-1-2, Class II, type BF
CE Mark EEC 93/42 • Medical device, class IIb
Specifications and contents of this document subject to change without notice.

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Defibrillator Rescue life

Defibrillator Rescue life is Designed to be the ideal device to deal with cardiovascular emergencies and to monitor the patient in hospital and non-hospital environments. Thanks to its compact and shockproof design.

RESCUE LIFE is the best ally for hard times. When time becomes an enemy, thanks to its intuitive navigation interface RESCUE LIFE lets the user initiate its functions in a fast and easy way. Developed with the purpose to satisfy the most elevated demands, RESCUE LIFE guarantees a complete monitoring of the patient in a critical situation: blood pressure, saturation and 12-leads ECG allow the user to have a clear picture of the clinical situation. With its state-of-the-art biphasic technology, RESCUE LIFE guarantees the maximum effectiveness in the shortest time. RESCUE LIFE means versatility.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Dimension • 369 x 240 x 340 mm
Weight • 5,5 Kg with battery
Electrical ••
AC 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz- inverter12V car adapter (optional)
Rechargeable 14.4 V – 2 Ah NiMh battery
Capacity • 100 shocks at 230J with battery fully charged
Software • Voice and texts multilanguage
Memory • Internal flash 4 Gb up to 300 hrs of ECG data, events and usage
review
ENVIRONMENTAL
Temperature •••
Operational -5° ~ 55° C
Storage -20° ~ 70° C
Relative humidity 10 ~ 95%
Isolation • ECG type CF, Defibrillation type BF
Water proof • Class IPX4

DEFIBRILLATION
Waveform ••
Bipashic Truncated Exponential (BTE)
HiCAP technology (Large storage capacitor)
Impedance • Compensated, range 25 – 200 Ohm
Charge time • 6 sec for 230 J with battery fully charged
AED MODE (OPTIONAL)
Energy • Fixed energy at 200 J
Protocol • AHA 2010 CPR Guidelines with voice and text prompts
Shockable rhythms • VF with amplitude > 100 μV and VT with rhythm >150 bpm
Sensitivity ••
Shockable rhythm-VF > 95%
Shockable rhythm-VT > 75%
Specificity •••
According to AHA 2010
Normal sinusoidal rhythm > 99%
Asystole and other non-shockable rhythms > 95%
MANUAL MODE
Energy range • 1 – 230 J (from 1-10 J in 1 J steps; from 10 to 230 J in 10 J steps)
Commands • Multifunction trim knob. Charge and shock button directly in the
front panel for hands free defibrillation
Paddles ••
Reusable adult & pediatric defi paddles with charge/shock command
Disposable defi pads and internal defi paddles (optional)
Operating mode • ECG « R » wave synchro or asynchro mode
Indicators ••
Battery and main led indicators
Clear and visible backlight color buttons
DISPLAY
Type • High contrast TFT color LCD 5.7” (320 x 240 pixels)
Information • Operational information, ECG traces, Spo2 value, NIBP values,
parameters, Heart Rate indicator, filters, alarms and battery status
ECG MONITORING
Bandwidth • 0.5 – 120 Hz (-3 db) with filters off
CMRR • > 90 db
Input impedance • > 20 Mohm
Input ••
Patient cable 5 leads (I,II,III,aVL,aVR,aVF) – standard
Patient cable 10 leads (12 channels ECG) – optional
Gain • 5, 10, 20 mm/mV with patient cable. AUTO with pads
Velocity • 5, 10, 25, 50 mm/sec
Filters • 50/60 Hz, EMG Filter, base line
HR range • 20 – 300 bpm (~ 2%), digital readout on the display
Alarm • HR max settable 250 bpm; HR min 20 bpm
SPO2 (OPTIONAL)
SpO2 range • 0 – 100%
HR range • 18 – 300 ppm
Accuracy • 70 – 100% ~ 2% for adults with finger clip sensor
Alarm • Adjustable min 65%
PRINTER
Type • Integrated thermal printer for ECG traces and events documentation
hardcopy including HR/SpO2/NIBP values
Paper speed • 5, 10, 25, 50 mm/sec
Paper width • 58 mm
Operating model • Manual, automatic (10” pre and post shock recording)
EXTERNAL PACEMAKER (OPTIONAL)
Type • Rettangular wave
Operating mode • Fixed on demand
Pulse rate • 30 ppm to 250 ppm, adjustable in steps of 5 ppm
Impulse duration • 22 ms
Pulse current • 0 to 150 mA adjustable in steps of 5mA
Amplitude • Max 150 V
STANDARDS & SAFETY
Standard • IEC 60601-2-4; IEC 60601-1; IEC 60601-1-2, Class II, type BF
CE Mark EEC 93/42 • Medical device, class IIb
Specifications and contents of this document subject to change without notice.

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