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Medtronic Lifepak CR Plus

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Medtronic Defibrillator CR Plus

Defibrillator Features
From the world leader in medical technology — for the minimally trained user
  • Easy 1 - 2 - 3 step operation
  • Fully automatic configuration
  • Proven, flexible ADAPTIV™ biphasic technology
  • Unique, cost effective power system
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Highly visible readiness indicator
  • Wireless data transfer and storage technology
  • QUIK-PAK™ pacing/defibrillation/ECG electrodes enable fast, accurate use

Medtronic created the LIFEPAK CR Plus Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for the first person at the scene of a sudden cardiac arrest to use. Designed for the minimally trained rescuer, the semi-automatic CR Plus requires just three steps to give a potentially life saving defibrillation shock, while the fully automatic CR Plus requires just two steps.

The LIFEPAK CR Plus defibrillator uses the latest ADAPTIV biphasic technology, which automatically adjusts energy based on the person's needs. The device provides additional shocks, up to 350 joules if the heart doesn't respond to the first shock. This can enhance the chance of defibrillation success, with the goal of saving more lives.

An internal computer analyzes the heart's rhythm, making it possible to individuals without medical training to deliver potentially lifesaving treatment with the press of a button. The lightweight, cost effective power system requires little maintenance, can deliver 20 - 30 full energy shocks, and is easy to recharge.

The readiness display indicates the status of the CHARGE-PAK™ battery charger, and uses simple icons to indicate the status of the device.

QUIK-PAK pacing/defibrillation/ECG electrodes enable rapid access, incorporating a unique and easy pull handle with written and graphic prompts. The electrodes are compatible with all devices and connectors that can use QUIK-COMBO™ electrodes.

The device stores ECG data for wireless transmission through an infrared IrDA port to a personal computer (PC). This method of data storage and transfer is the most innovative idea in current AED technology, and eliminates the need for data cards.

User friendly, PC-based software allows for complete and efficient review of both ECG and event data. Information from the CR Plus can be downloaded and stored in either the LIFENET® DT Express information management system or CODE-STAT™ Suite medical informatics system.

With the LIFEPAK CR Plus AED, you'll have peace of mind knowing you have Medtronic, the world leader in defibrillation, behind you. The LIFEPAK reputation for quality and reliability has earned the trust of the experts in emergency medical care. More hospitals and nine out of the top ten emergency medical services (EMS) in the U.S. rely on LIFEPAK defibrillators every day to save lives.
For decades, our goal has been to get a lifesaving defibrillation shock to people who need it - sooner - because the chances of surviving sudden cardiac arrest are best within the first few minutes of arrest. An AED used quickly and effectively by the first person at the scene can have lifesaving results. Ease of use is vital to delivering the first shock faster.
The LIFEPAK CR Plus AED is the easiest to use AED ever developed. Although rescuers should be trained in CPR and AED use, a recent study found that untrained people could deliver a shock faster with the CR Plus than with other AEDs tested. And an independent expert review of the five AEDs on the market rated the CR Plus number one in ease of use and intuitiveness.
The only fully automatic AED available, the CR Plus does everything for you. All you have to do is follow the prompts, apply the preconnected electrode pads and stand back. There is no shock button to push, and the CR Plus is designed to deliver a shock only if it determines the heart needs it. For those who want more control, the semi-automatic CR Plus comes with a shock button.
Packaged in this easy-to-use device, the LIFEPAK CR Plus AED houses the same advanced therapy that more medical professionals trust and use everyday. ADAPTIV™ biphasic technology adjusts therapy to each person's unique needs and provides repeat escalating shocks (200 - 360 joules) if the heart doesn't respond to previous shocks.
Infant/Child Reduced Energy Defibrillation Electrodes now make it possible for even the youngest victims of sudden cardiac arrest to receive potentially lifesaving defibrillation.
The CR Plus is built to the tough specifications of emergency medical services teams. It can withstand rugged treatment and can travel without injury.
The LIFEPAK CR Plus AED has a battery system that uses an easy-to-use CHARGE-PAK™ battery charger. You can rest assured because a built in system ensures the CR Plus has full power in the event of sudden cardiac arrest. Synchronized replacement dates for the battery charger and electrodes cut required maintenance in half.
Built for reliability with careful engineering up front, a regular self test offers additional assurance that your CR Plus is rescue ready. The easily visible readiness display tells you at a glance if your device needs service.

Specifications for LIFEPAK CR Plus
Defibrillator

Waveform: Biphasic truncated exponential, with voltage and current duration compensation for patient impedance.
Output Energy Sequence: Multiple levels, user configurable from 200j to 360j (150j min outside the U.S.)
Output Energy Accuracy: ± 10% into 50 ohms, ± 15% into 25 ohms to 100 ohms.
Shock Advisory System: An ECG analysis system that advises whether a shock is appropriate; meets rhythm recognition criteria specified in DF39. The device charges for shock only when the Shock Advisory System advises defibrillation.
Device Capacity:
Typical: Thirty (30) full discharges or 210 minutes of "on time" with a fully charged device.
Minimum: Twenty (20) full discharges or 140 minutes of "on time" with a fully charged device.
Shock Charge Time: Charge times with a fully charged device: 200 joules in less than 9 seconds; 360 joules in less than 15 seconds.
System Recharge Time: Recharge times with a fully discharged device: able to deliver six (6) shocks or provide 42 minutes of operating time after 48 hours of recharge and 20 shocks or 140 minutes of operating time after fourteen (14 days of recharge time with a new CHARGE-PAK at temperatures above 15º C (59º F).
Controls: Lid Release/On-Off - Controls device power.
SHOCK button (semi-automatic version) - delivers defibrillation energy. After electrodes are attached to a patient, the fully automatic version of the device delivers a shock if appropriate, not requiring operator intervention.
Electrical Protection: Input protected against high voltage defibrillator pulses as per IEC60601-1/EN60601-1.
Safety Classification: Internally powered equipment IEC60601-1/EN60601-1.

User Interface

User Interface: The user interface includes voice prompts, audible tones and graphic prompts.
Readiness Display: The readiness display shows the device status.
OK Indicator: Shows "OK" when the last self test was completed successfully. When the "OK" indicator is visible, all other indicators are not visible. The "OK" indicator is not displayed during device operation.
CHARGE-PAK Indicator: When displayed, replace the CHARGE-PAK battery charger.
Attention Indicator: When first displayed, at least six (6) discharges or 42 minutes of operating time remain.
Service Indicator: Service required when displayed.

Environmental

Note: All performance specifications assume the unit has been stored (two hours minimum) at operating temperature prior to operation.

Operating Temperature: 0º to +50º C (+32º to +122º F).
Storage Temperature: -40º to +70º C (-40º to +158º F). with CHARGE-PAK and electrodes, maximum exposure time limited to one week.
Atmospheric Pressure: 760 mm Hg to 429 mm Hg, 0 to 15,000 feet above sea level.
Relative Humidity: 5 to 95% (non-condensing).
Water Resistance: IEC60529/EN60529 IPX4 "Splash proof" with electrodes connected.
Shock: MIL-STD-810E, Method 516.4, Procedure 1, (40g, 6-9 ms pulse, 1/2 sine each axis).
Vibration: MIL-STD-810E, Method 514.4, Helicopter - category 6 (3.75 Grms) and Ground Mobile - category 8 (3.15 Grms).

Physical Characteristics

Height: 10.7 cm (4.2 in.)
Width: 20.3 cm (8 in.)
Depth: 24.1 cm (9.5 in.), excluding handle
Weight: 2.0 kg (4.5 lbs.) with CHARGE-PAK and electrodes

Setup Options

Energy Sequence: Users can choose an energy sequence to match their applicable energy protocol (e.g. 200j, 300j, 360j)
Motion Detection: The motion detection system can be set to off or on during analysis.
Energy Protocol: The user can configure the defibrillator to increase energy after every shock or only increase it after a lower energy was unsuccessful.
Turn-On Prompt: The turn-on prompt option allows the user to select the prompting style upon power on.
CPR Time: The CPR Time can be set to match local protocol.
Pulse Prompt: The pulse prompt option allows the user to select the voice message for CPR prompting according to the Guidelines 2000, as recommended by the American Heart Association (AHA) and the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR).
Voice Prompt Volume: The voice prompt volume option allows changing the speaker volume.
Time/Date: The time and date can be changed.
Device ID: The device ID feature assigns a unique identifier to a particular device, which is printed on all reports.

Accessories

CHARGE-PAK Battery Charger
Type: LiSO2Cl2 Lithium Sufuryl Chloride, 11.7 V, 1.4 amp-hours.
Replacement: Replace after each patient use, or when CHARGE-PAK indicator is visible, typically after two (2) years.
Weight: 80.5 g
QUIK-PAK Electrode Pads
Pads: ECG is received from disposable defibrillation electrodes, standard placement (anterior-lateral).
Pads Packaging: User intuitive, rapid release QUIK-PAK electrodes allow the electrode pads to be preconnected to the device and protected under a top cover.
Pads Replacement: Replace every two (2) years.
Infant/Child Reduced Energy Defibrillation Electrodes: Intended for use with and CR Plus defibrillator on children up to 8 years of age for 25 kg (55 lbs.).

Data Storage

Memory Type: Internal digital memory.
ECG Storage: Dual patient data storage. Minimum 20 minutes of ECG stored for the current patient, summarized data stored for the previous patient.
Report Types:
Continuous ECG - A continuous patient ECG report.
Continuous Summary Report - A summary of critical resuscitation events and ECG waveform segments associated with these events.
• Event Log Report - A report of time stamped markers, which reflect operator and device activity.
Test Log Report - A device self-test activity report.
Capacity: Minimum 200 time stamped event log markers.
Communications: Wireless transfer to a personal computer.
Data Review: Medtronic provides an array of tools to meet customer needs for data viewing and analysis.

All specifications are at 20º C (68º F) unless otherwise noted.

LIFEPAK EXPRESS DEFIBRILLATOR

LIFEPAK EXPRESS Features
The entry-level AED from Medtronic, the world leader in medical technology and defibrillation Easy to use, appropriate for those with minimal training With the advanced technology trusted by more medical professionals Meets the tough specifications required by emergency medical services (EMS) teams
Unique built-in system helps assure the EXPRESS has full power and is ready for rescue Synchronized replacement dates for battery charger and electrodes cut maintenance efforts in half
Created especially for the first person at the scene of a sudden cardiac arrest, the LIFEPAK EXPRESS defibrillator is the entry-level automated external defibrillator (AED) from Medtronic. The EXPRESS is so easy to use, it is suitable for the minimally trained responder. The defibrillator shows and tells the rescuer exactly what to do, one step at a time, making each step obvious. A centrally located, flashing shock button makes it clear what the user should push if the defibrillator determines a shock is needed. In the chaotic conditions surrounding sudden cardiac arrest, the defibrillator’s ease of use helps promote quick, effective treatment. The EXPRESSis compatible with the advanced LIFEPAK defibrillators used by the majority of emergency medical services (EMS) teams, including the industry-leading LIFEPAK 12 defibrillator/monitor, and is built to the tough environmental specifications EMS teams require. ADAPTIV™ biphasic technology automatically adjusts therapy to each person’s needs and escalates from 200 to 360 joules if the heart doesn’t respond to previous shocks. This can enhance defibrillation success, with the goal of saving more lives. The battery system uses an easy-to-change CHARGE-PAK™ battery charger, and replacement dates for the battery charger and electrodes are synchronized, cutting required maintenance efforts in half. A unique built-in system helps ensure the EXPRESShas full power if and when sudden cardiac arrest strikes. Infant/Child
Reduced Energy Defibrillation Electrodes make therapy available to even the youngest victims of sudden cardiac arrest; up to eight years old or 25 kg (55 lbs). Innovative data management tools support compliance with state and local regulations following AED use. Users can wirelessly transmit ECG and event data through an infrared IrDa port to a PC, eliminating the need for data cards.

Specifications for LIFEPAK EXPRESS
DEFIBRILLATOR

Waveform: Biphasic truncated exponential, with voltage and current duration compensation for patient impedance.*

Output Energy Sequence:Multiple levels, user configurable from 200J to 360J (150J min. outside the U.S.).

Output Energy Accuracy: ±10% into 50 ohms, ±15% into 25 to 100 ohms.

Shock Advisory System™: An ECG analysis system that advises whether a shock is appropriate; meets rhythm recognition criteria specified in DF39.

The device charges for shock only when the Shock Advisory System advises defibrillation.

Device Capacity: Twenty (20) full discharges or 140 minutes of “on time” with a fully charged device.

Shock Charge Time: Charge times with a fully charged device: 200 joules in less than 9 seconds, 360 joules in less than 15 seconds.

System Recharge Times: Recharge times with a fully discharged device: able to deliver six (6) shocks or provide 42 minutes of operating time after 48 hours of recharge and 20 shocks or 140 minutes of operating time after fourteen (14) days of recharge time with a new CHARGE-PAK battery charger at temperatures above 15° C (59° F).

Controls:
Lid Release/ON-OFF - Controls device power.

SHOCK button delivers defibrillation energy.

Electrical Protection: Input protected against high voltage defibrillator pulses per IEC60601-1/EN60601-1

Safety Classification: Internally powered equipment. IEC60601-1/EN60601-1.

USER INTERFACE

User Interface: The user interface includes voice prompts, audible tones and graphic prompts.

Readiness Display: The readiness display shows the device status.

OK Indicator: Shows “OK” when the last self-test was completed successfully. When the “OK” indicator is visible, all other indicators are not visible. The “OK” indicator is not displayed during device operation.

CHARGE-PAKIndicator: When displayed, replace the CHARGE-PAK battery charger.

Attention Indicator: When first displayed, at least six (6) discharges or 42 minutes of operating time remain.

Service Indicator: Service required when displayed.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Note: All performance specifications defined assume the unit has been stored (two hours minimum) at operating temperature prior to operation.

Operating Temperature: 0° to +50° C (+32° to +122° F).

Storage Temperature: -40° to +70° C (-40° to +158° F) with CHARGE-PAKbattery charger and electrodes, maximum exposure time limited to one week.

Atmospheric Pressure: 760 mmHg to 429 mmHg, 0 to 15,000 feet above sea level.

Relative Humidity: 5 to 95% (non-condensing).

Water Resistance: IEC60529/EN60529 IPX4 “Splash proof” with electrodes connected, CHARGE-PAKbattery charger installed.

Shock:MIL-STD-810E, Method 516.4, Procedure 1, (40g, 6-9 ms pulse, 1/2sine each axis).

Vibration: MIL-STD-810E, Method 514.4, Helicopter – category 6 (3.75 Grms) and Ground Mobile – category 8 (3.15 Grms).

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Height:10.7 cm (4.2 in)

Width: 20.3 cm (8.0 in)

Depth:24.1 cm (9.5 in), excluding handle

Weight: 2.0 kg (4.5 lb) with CHARGE-PAK battery charger and electrodes.

SETUP OPTIONS

Energy Sequence:Users can choose an energy sequence to match their applicable energy protocol (e.g. 200J, 300J, 360J).

Motion Detection:The motion detection system can be set to off or on during analysis.

Energy Protocol:The user can configure the defibrillator to increase energy after every shock or only increase it after a lower energy was unsuccessful.

Turn-On Prompt: The turn-on prompt option allows the user to select the prompting style upon power on.

CPR Time: The CPR Time can be set to match local protocol.

Pulse Prompt:The pulse prompt option allows the user to select the voice message for CPR prompting according to the Guidelines 2000, as recommended by the American Heart Association (AHA) and the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR).

Device ID:The device ID feature assigns a unique identifier to a particular device, which is printed on all reports.

ACCESSORIES

CHARGE-PAK Battery Charger
Type: Li/SO2Cl2 Lithium Sulfuryl Chloride, 11.7V, 1.4 amp-hours.

Replacement: Replace after each patient use, after 30 minutes of accumulated “on” time, or when CHARGE-PAK indicator is visible, typically after two (2) years.

Weight:80.5 grams (0.18 lb)

QUIK-PAKTMElectrode Pads
Pads: ECG is received from disposable defibrillation electrodes, standard placement (anterior-lateral).

Pads Packaging: User intuitive, rapid release QUIK-PAK electrodes allow the electrode pads to be preconnected to the device and protected under a top cover.

Pads Replacement: Replace every two (2) years.

Infant/Child Reduced Energy Defibrillation Electrodes: Intended for use with any EXPRESSdefibrillator on children up to 8 years of age or 25kg (55 lbs).

DATA STORAGE

Memory Type: Internal digital memory.

ECG Storage:Dual patient data storage. Minimum 20 minutes of ECG stored for the current patient, summarized data stored for the previous patient.

Report Types:
• Continuous ECG– A continuous patient ECG report.
• Continuous Summary report– A summary of critical resuscitation events and ECG waveform segments associated with these events.
• Event Log report– A report of time stamped markers, which reflect operator and device activity.
• Test Log report– A device self-test activity report.

Capacity: Minimum 200 time-stamped event log markers.

Communications: Wireless transfer to a personal computer.

Data Review: Medtronic provides an array of tools to meet customer needs for data viewing and analysis.

* The specifications apply from 25 to 200 ohms. Voltage compensation is limited to the voltage that would result in delivery of 360 joules into 50 ohms. All specifications are at 20°C unless otherwise stated.

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