AED

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  • SAVER ONE – FULLY AUTOMATIC

    • An automated external defibrillator (AED) is a very helpful, life-saving tool to treat someone having a heart attack, and therefore can play a significant role. A defibrillator is a device that gives a high energy electric shock to the heart of someone who is in cardiac arrest… AEDs can be used for adults, as well as for children as young as 1 year old.

    Key Functions

    • Small Lightweight: The said feature works with ever lasting batteries for a maximum portability.
    • Practical, Intuitive: CPR guidance and light instructions enables the rescuer to save lives effectively through the protocol.
    • Right Solution: It can be used to save lives anywhere.

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  • SAVER ONE – SEMI AUTOMATIC

    Operation: Semi-Automatic Version

    Energies: Standard max 200J or Power max 360J

    Waveform: Adaptive BTE (biphasic truncated exponential) conforming to patient chest’s impedance

    Protocols: Various adult shock protocols available on request

    Factory default:  Adult Standard escalating 150, 200, 200J
    Adult Power escalating 200, 250, 360J
    Pediatric (Standard or Power) 50J fixed

    Charging time:  ≤9 seconds with a new and fully charged battery
    depleted battery will result in a longer charging time

    Analysis time: IEC/EN 60601-2-4 from 4 to 15 seconds

    Controls:  3 buttons : ON/OFF, Shock , “i“ info button

    Flashing Icons:  “connects pads to patient“
    “adult/child“ informing on pads type use
    “touch patient“ informing it’s safe to touch

    Indicators:  Status LED indicator informing on device condition
    Battery gauge with remaining capacity rate
    Audible alerts and text display with service alarms

    Upgradeable: through a USB cable or memory card

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  • SAVER ONE D

    ABOUT DEVICE:
    a battery gauge with residual capacity
    the indicator of available memory for recording
    a notice if the microphone is active or OFF
    the local date and time, alarms.

    ABOUT RESCUE:
    the adult or child protocol in use
    the modality in use (AED, ECG or Manual)
    the fibrillation and shock counts
    the elapsed rescue time
    the heart rate (bpm)
    the impedance (ohms)
    the energy level to be delivered (joule)
    a touch/not touch pictogram
    ECG waveform
    the R wave detection in Manual Synchronous
    a charging bar graph if device charges
    a CPR bar graph and cycles countdown

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  • SAVER ONE P

    DEFIBRILLATOR

    Operation: AED Semi-Automatic (default)
    ECG Monitoring
    Manual Asynchronous or Synchronous (used to convert atrial or ventricular tachyarrhythmias)

    Energies: Standard max 200J or Power max 360J

    Waveform: Adaptive BTE (biphasic truncated exponential) conforming to patient chest’s impedance

    Energy Type: Escalating from 50 to 360J

    AED Protocols: Adult Standard escalating 150, 200, 200J
    Adult Power escalating 200, 250, 360J
    Pediatric (Standard or Power) 50J fixed
    (AED adult shock protocols can be customized)

    Manual Protocol: Selected by users from 50 to 360J.
    For electric cardioversion (in Synchronous mode) the shock is synchronised to occur with the R wave of the ECG

    Energy Display: Screen provides the energy to deliver both in Manual mode or AED mode

    Charging time: ≤9 seconds with a new and fully charged battery
    depleted battery will result in a longer charging time

    Analysis time: IEC/EN 60601-2-4 from 4 to 15 seconds

    Controls: 2 buttons: ON/OFF, shock button, and 3 buttons to surf the menu.
    3 buttons: select energy, charge, disarm the device

    Indicators: Status LED indicator informing on device condition
    Battery gauge with remaining capacity rate
    Audible alerts and text display with service alarms

    Upgradeable: through a USB cable or memory card

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