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Medtronic Lifepak 1000 Defibrillator

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  • Highly configurable to adapt to your resuscitation protocol
  • Upgradeable platform to meet your resuscitation needs
  • The most rugged defibrillator ever built by Medtronic
  • Backed by our heritage of quality, reliability and service
  • Logical, natural interface with a large, intuitive screen
  • The nonrechargeable battery can deliver over 425 shocks
The LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator is designed to be the most powerful basic life support (BLS) tool available. Fully customizable, it can adapt to the protocols of today and the future. cprMAX™ technology is highly flexible, with the most configurations available (as of January 2006) to accommodate your patient and CPR protocol requirements. Future patient-focused upgrades will help you provide the most advanced care in a way that complements how you work best. The 1000 is the most rugged defibrillator ever built by Medtronic, with an IP55 rating. ADAPTIVTM biphasic technology provides a full range of energy up to 360 joules. With a large screen, graphics and text are clear and easy to read at a distance. The LCD screen can provide both graphical and ECG displays. A manual defibrillation override option is also available.
The advanced battery system in the LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator provides more power for your patients. A visible and accessible battery gauge gives you the ability to assess battery readiness with the quick touch of a button. Our battery also performs advanced communications directly with the device so you always know the battery’s condition. The 1000 is compatible with other Medtronic products and services across the full spectrum of care, from the field to the hospital, including data download.

All specifications are at 20° C unless otherwise specified.
Waveform: Biphasic truncated exponential with voltage and duration compensation for patient impedance*
Energy Sequence: User configurable, 150 joules–360 joules. Default energy output settings are 200, 300, 360 joules. 360 joules for every shock thereafter.
Charge Time: With new, nonrechargeable battery pack; 200 joules in less than 7 seconds (360 joules in less than 12 seconds)
3-wire (Lead II) monitoring capability: (if ECG display option purchased) Requires purchase of 3-wire (Lead II) monitoring cable and LIFE-PATCH® electrodes
Device Software: Field upgradeable Infant/Child Reduced Energy Defibrillation Electrodes: Reduces selected energy by a factor of 4. Intended for use only with children up to 8 years of age or 25kg (55 lbs).
Safety Classification: Internally powered equipment IEC 60601-1
Electrical Protection: Input protected against high voltage defibrillator pulses per IEC 60601-1
*Voltage compensation is limited to the voltage that would result in delivery of 360 joules into 50 ohms.

• 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 tests of hardware and software
Controls: On/Off, Shock, Menu, Two (2) configurable soft keys
User Defined Options:
• Device ID – Assigns unique identifier to particular device
• Energy Sequence – User configurable from 150 to 360 joules
• Flexible Energy – Increases only after a lower energy was unsuccessful
• Auto Analyze – User can configure device to auto analyze, auto analyze after first shock, or prompt user to push analyze key before each analysis period
• CPR Time (post shock or after no shock advised) – User configurable - 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, 180 seconds
• Device Date/Time
• Voice Prompt volume – Allows user to change speaker volume
• ECG Display (if option purchased) – Turns display on/off for AED mode
• Motion Detection – User defined On/Off (default Off)
• Service Alert – Audio alarm if the device needs servicing. Configurable on/off.
• Manual Access (if ECG display option purchased)
– Devices configured with an ECG display may be set up to allow user to initiate a charge and shock without analysis
cprMAX Technology Settings:
• Initial CPR – User defined time for CPR after first analysis regardless of analysis decision. Can be set to OFF, 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120 and 180 seconds.
• Preshock CPR – Allows for CPR while device is charging
• Confirmation Analysis – Confirms shockable rhythm after completion of Initial CPR or Preshock CPR periods and prior to Push to Shock prompt
• Stacked Shocks – (ON/OFF) When Off, allows for provision of CPR after each shock
• Pulse Check – (Always, After Every NSA, Never) Allows device to prompt for a pulse check either after each shock, after every NSA, or never prompt for a pulse check (default Never)

Backlit LCD displays number of shocks delivered, elapsed time, text and graphics of heart rhythm and optional ECG Size: 120 mm (4.7 in) x 89 mm (3.5 in)
Frequency Response: 0.55 Hz to 21 Hz (-3 dB), nominal
ECG option:
• Waveform Sweep Speed – 25 mm/sec for ECG, nominal
• Waveform viewing Time – Minimum 4 seconds
• Waveform Amplitude – 1 cm/mV, nominal
• Heart Rate – 20 to 300 BPM digital display, Display "---" if heart rate is less than 20 bpm. Heart symbol flashes for each QRS detection.
ECG information is received from the adult and Infant/Child electrodes in anterior-lateral or anterior-posterior positions.
A 3-wire cable can be used for ECG monitoring (Lead II).

One Hour Operating Temperature (from room temperature to temperature extreme, one hour duration): -20 to 60 ºC
(-4 to +140 ºF)
Operating Temperature: 0 to 50 •C (32 to 122 •F)
Storage Temperature: -30 to 60 •C (-22 to +144 •F) with battery and electrodes (maximum exposure limited to 7 days)
Atmospheric Pressure: 575 hPa to 1060 hPa (4572 to -382 meters; 15,000 to -1253 feet)
Relative Humidity: 5 to 95% (non-condensing)
Dust/Water Resistance: IP55 with battery and REDI-PAK™ electrodes installed (IEC 60529/EN 60529)
Bump: 15 g, 1000 bumps (IEC 600-68-2-29)
Shock: 40 g peak, 15 - 23 ms, 45 Hz cross over frequency
Drop: 1 meter drop on each corner, edge and surface (MIL-STD-810F, 516.5, Procedure IV)
Vibration: Random vibration test - MIL-STD-810F, Method 514.5, Category 20; Ground vehicle 3.15 g rms 1 hour per axis
• Radiated - IEC 60601-2-4, IEC60601-1-2, CISPR 11 Class B Group 1
• Immunity - IEC 60601-2-4, IEC 60601-1-2; IEC 61000-4-2 (Level 4), IEC 61000-4-3, IEC 61000-4-6, IEC 61000-4-8

Memory Capacity: Dual patient storage. Minimum 40 minutes ECG for current patient. Summarized data for previous patient.
Report Types: Continuous ECG, summary (critical resuscitation events and associated ECG waveforms), event log report (report of time stamped entries reflecting operator and device activity), test log report (self test activity report)
Capacity: Minimum 100 time stamped event log entries
Data Review: CODE-STAT™ Suite 6.1 Medical Informatics System, LIFENET® DT Express 2.1 Information Management System
Communications: Infrared wireless transfer to personal computer

Note: See operating instructions for information on battery care
Primary Battery (nonrechargeable battery with status indicator):
• Type – Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2), 12.0V, 4.5 amp-hours
• Capacity – Typically will provide 440 200 joule shocks or 1030 minutes of operating time with a new battery (370 200 joule shocks or 900 minutes of operating time at 0°C)
• Weight – 0.45 Kg (1.0 lb)
• Shelf Life – After the battery is stored for 5 years at 20 •C to 30 •C, the device will provide 48 months of standby life
• Standby life (assuming daily tests only) – A new battery provides device power for 5 years
• Low battery indication – At least 30 shocks or 75 minutes of operating time remain when low battery is first indicated

Height: 8.7 cm (3.4 in)
Width: 23.4 cm (9.2 in)
Depth: 27.7 cm (10.9 in)
Weight: 3.2 kg (7.1 lbs) with one set of REDI-PAK electrodes and one nonrechargeable battery

In EMS, things can change at any moment. You need to be ready for anything, and so does your technology.

The LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator is designed to be the most powerful basic life support tool available for your emergency medical service (EMS) and the patients you serve. It ensures you have the best equipment to fulfill the commitment you made when you decided to enter this field—to save lives.

Customize Care for Your Patient

The LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator platform enables easy customization of settings to meet your protocol needs in the field. You can adjust the device to complement how you work best with the touch of a button. Recent research emphasizes the importance of effective CPR. Our cprMAX™ technology feature gives you flexibility, so you can increase hands-on time with your patient during a save. With cprMAX technology, you can easily change protocols as standards of care change. Equipped with ADAPTIV™ biphasic technology, the LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator is designed to tailor energy levels to each patient’s needs.

Choose a Rugged and Intuitive Defibrillator

The 1000 is the most rugged defibrillator ever built by Medtronic, and is tested to the highest standards. The nonrechargeable battery can deliver more shocks than any battery currently available (as of August 2005). With the touch of a button you can assess battery readiness at a moment’s notice, thanks to a visible and accessible gauge. The advanced battery also performs sophisticated communications directly with the device so you always know the battery’s condition.
The LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator makes delivering advanced therapy very natural and intuitive. It is unmatched in its class for ease of use. With a large intuitive screen, it can display graphics and ECG readings and is easy to see from a distance. The LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator gives you confidence in your ability to provide focused, fast and effective care when a life depends on your actions. The screen enables the ALS team to quickly assess your patient’s rhythm. A manual mode to override AED function is also available.

You’ll Have a Resuscitation Platform for Now and the Future

The LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator is an advanced platform designed to provide the best resuscitation option now and in the future. Field upgradeable therapies focused on enhancing patient outcomes will continually build on the LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillation platform. You can always be ready to give your patient the most advanced technology available. A LIFEPAK defibrillator backs you with a strong legacy of Medtronic quality and reliability. That’s why more hospitals and emergency medical services nationwide trust the LIFEPAK brand. The 1000 is compatible with other Medtronic products, services and data solutions across the full spectrum of care, from the field to the hospital.

You’ll Know Our Experience and Complete Solution are Standing Behind You

You are hard working and passionate individuals with a commitment to your communities. You deserve to have someone stand behind you with stellar service. Medtronic supports you with an established brand from a company whose commitment to saving lives and serving customers is well known. Medtronic pioneered defibrillation 50 years ago, and is now the world leader in medical technology. With more than 250,000 BLS defibrillators and 500,000
total external defibrillators in operation worldwide, we have more experience in emergency response therapies than anyone else. The compatibility of Medtronic LIFEPAK defibrillators and data systems used by most BLS and ALS teams promotes faster, better patient care. It is our hope to significantly reduce the devastating toll that cardiorespiratory events have on families and communities. Our ultimate goal is to “work as one” with responders around the world to save many more lives.

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