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Paramedic CU-ER1 Defibrillator

Simple and Easy to use

The Paramedic CU-ER1 is a semi-automated external defibrillator (AED). If connected to a patient, it automatically acquires and analyzes the electrocardiogram (ECG) of the patient for the presence of Ventricular Fibrillation or Ventricular Tachycardia (also known as shockable rhythms).
If a shockable rhythm is detected, the Paramedic CU-ER1 automatically charges itself and then prompts you to press the SHOCK button. When you press the SHOCK button after being prompted to press it, the Paramedic CU-ER1 delivers a defibrillating shock. After delivering a shock, the Paramedic CU-ER1 allows you to administer CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) according to the AHA 2005 Guidelines on CPR.
The Paramedic CU-ER1 is easy to use. It guides you throughout a rescue operation using voice and text prompts. The SHOCK button that commences a shock delivery is clearly marked and is fitted with a backlight that flashes when the button has to be pressed.

 

ECG monitoring (3 Lead ECG cable)

The Paramedic CU-ER1 may also be used for ECG monitoring only. To enter this mode, the ECG Monitoring Cable and Connector Assembly must be connected to it. In this mode, the Paramedic CU-ER1 only monitors the ECG and does not deliver a shock.

 

Intelligent Data Management Systems

The Paramedic CU-ER1 enables you to review the critical events and data acquired during a rescue or an ECG monitoring operation. The ECG of the patient and critical events (charging, shock delivery, etc.) are automatically recorded in the internal memory of the device. Voice recording may also be done if the optional removable flash memory card is used.

The ECG data acquired by the Paramedic CU-ER1 may be reviewed and printed directly using the device or may be transferred to a personal computer for archiving, review, and printing.

 

Automatic and operator initiated Self-Test

The Paramedic CU-ER1 is easy to troubleshoot and maintain. It is programmed to conduct automatic Power On, Run Time, Daily, Weekly, and Monthly self tests. During these tests, the critical subsystems of the device are tested for functionality. If a fault is detected, the device informs you of the fault through audible and visible indicators.

 

Versatile power supply

The Paramedic CU-ER1 is powered by a versatile power supply system. It is equipped with an internal rechargeable 12V DC Nickel Metal Hydride battery pack. This internal battery pack may be recharged using the AC/DC adapter or the car cigar lighter jack power cord. The internal battery pack has a capacity of 200 shocks when new and fully charged (150J into 50Ω).

The Paramedic CU-ER1 may also be powered using the external, disposable LiMnO2 battery pack available from CU Medical Systems, Inc. The battery pack has a capacity of 200 shocks (150J into 50Ω) when used at an ambient temperature of 25°C

   
   
   

Paramedic CU-ER2 Defibrillator

Paramedic CU-ER2 - this is an easy to use defibrillator with AED and manual modes. In AED mode, it runs in the same way as the Paramedic CU-ER1. In manual mode, the user does the analysis of the victim’s ECG and sets the energy output of the device. The energy output may be set from 2 Joules to 200 Joules. It is intended for use by emergency first responders.

Dual Mode Defibrillator

The Paramedic CU-ER2 is a portable external defibrillator with the following modes:

 

Automated External Defibrillation (AED) Mode

Manual Mode

 

In AED Mode, the Paramedic CU-ER2 analyzes the ECG of the patient to determine whether the patient has a shockable or nonshockable ECG rhythm. In this mode, the Paramedic CU-ER2 provides you with voice and text prompts throughout a rescue operation.

 

In Manual Mode, the Paramedic CU-ER2 lets you control the defibrillation process. You assess the ECG of the patient and set the energy of the shock to be delivered. In this mode, the operator has the freedom to set the energy level of the defibrillating shock. The choices are (in Joules) 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 20, 30, 50, 70, 100, 150, 200. You may also perform synchronous cardioversion for the treatment of a trial fibrillation in this mode. In synchronous cardioversion, the defibrillating shock is delivered within 60 milliseconds of the occurrence of a QRS peak in the patient’s ECG.

 

ECG monitoring (3 Lead ECG cable)

The Paramedic CU-ER2 may also be used to do ECG monitoring only when it is in Manual mode. ECG monitoring only is done by connecting the custom designed ECG monitoring cable assembly from CU Medical Systems, Inc. No shocks may be delivered when the ECG monitoring cable assembly is connected to the Paramedic CU-ER2.

 

Intelligent Data Management System

The Paramedic CU-ER2 automatically records ECG and events such as shock deliveries in nonvolatile memory during rescue operations. These data may be printed directly using a portable printer or downloaded to a personal computer for printing and archiving.

 

Versatile Power Supply

The Paramedic CU-ER2 is powered by an internal rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride battery pack. It may also be powered by an optional external disposable LiMnO2 battery pack or its AC/DC adapter. While the internal battery is being recharged by the AC/DC adapter, the AC/DC adapter also supplies power to the whole device which enables it to be fully functional.

 

Automatic and operator initiated Self-Test

The Paramedic CU-ER2 is easy to troubleshoot and maintain. It is programmed to conduct automatic Power On, Run Time, Daily, Weekly, and Monthly self tests. During these tests, the critical subsystems of the device are tested for functionality. If a fault is detected, the device informs you of the fault through audible and visible indicators.

   
   
   

Paramedic CU-ER5 Defibrillator

Paramedic CU-ER5 - this defibrillator has the capabilities of the Paramedic CU-ER3 plus the capability to be operated in manual mode with shocks delivered through external paddles. This is intended for first responders who want more capability options and for hospital users who demand high portability.

 

Dual mode

In AED Mode, the Paramedic CU-ER5 analyzes the ECG of the patient to determine whether the patient has a shockable or nonshockable ECG rhythm. In this mode, the Paramedic CU-ER5 provides you with voice and text prompts throughout a rescue operation.

In Manual External Defibrillation Mode, the Paramedic CU-ER5 lets you control the defibrillation process. The Paramedic CU-ER5 is used with reusable external paddles. You assess the ECG of the patient and set the energy of the shock to be delivered. You may also perform synchronous cardioversion for the treatment of a trial fibrillation in this mode. In synchronous cardioversion, the defibrillating shock is delivered within 60 milliseconds of the occurrence of a QRS peak in the patient's ECG.

 

 

ECG and SpO2 monitoring

In Monitoring Mode, the Paramedic CU-ER5 acquires ECG through 3 or 5 Lead ECG cable and SpO2 signals from the patient. Various alarms may be activated in this mode. This mode is also used in tandem with the manual modes in order to get a display of the patient's ECG rhythm.

 

Intelligent Data Management System

The Paramedic CU-ER5 automatically records ECG and events such as shock deliveries in nonvolatile memory during rescue operations. These data may be printed directly using a portable printer or downloaded to a personal computer for printing and archiving.

 

Versatile Power Supply

The Paramedic CU-ER5 is powered by an internal rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride battery pack. It may also be powered by an optional external disposable LiMnO2 battery pack or its AC/DC adapter. While the internal battery is being recharged by the AC/DC adapter, the AC/DC adapter also supplies power to the whole device which enables it to be fully functional.

 

Automatic and operator initiated Self-Test

The Paramedic CU-ER5 is easy to troubleshoot and maintain. It is programmed to conduct automatic Power On, Run Time, Daily, Weekly, and Monthly self tests. During these tests, the critical subsystems of the device are tested for functionality. If a fault is detected, the device informs you of the fault through audible and visible indicators.

   
   
   

LifeGain CU-HD1 Defibrillator

Life Gain CU-HD1 - this is the company's high end defibrillator/monitor intended for hospital use. It has defibrillation capabilities in AED and manual modes and may use disposable electrode pads and external and internal paddles for shock delivery. It has a transcutaneous pacer for temporary pacing of patients with low heart rate. It has an SPO2 module for the monitoring of oxygen saturation in the patient's blood and a 12-lead ECG monitor for the evaluation and monitoring of the patient's ECG.

It has a memory card port for the storage of acquired signals and an integrated printer for the generation of hard copies of the patient's physiological signals. These features make this defibrillator suitable for use inside a hospital.

This product is a defibrillator designed for qualified emergency staff and medical professionals to deliver defibrillating shocks to victims of sudden cardiac arrest and restore the normal ECG rhythm.

 

AED Mode

AED Mode is delivered to patients who are exhibiting the symptoms of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) including ventricular fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia, in order to bring them back to life by delivering electric shock and restoring the normal ECG rhythm.

In the AED mode, defibrillation pads must be used. These defibrillation pads work to obtain the ECG signal of patients and deliver electric shock according to the patients' condition.

 

Manual Mode

Manual Mode is divided into two functions such as asynchronous defibrillation and synchronous cardioversion. In asynchronous defibrillation, the usage target is the same in AED Mode. For the asynchronous defibrillation treatment in the manual mode, the user is able to choose the level of electric shock energy from the range of 1-200 joule by the use of pads or paddles.

On the other side, when used for synchronous cardioversion, it is used on patients with the symptoms of a trial fibrillation. It is designed to analyze the R-wave of ECG QRS and deliver R-wave synchronized electric shocks. In the Manual mode, synchronous cardioversion treatment can be delivered to patients with rapid a trial fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia, and cardiac ischemia.

 

Pacer Mode

Pacing is a method applied to patients who had lost natural cardiac movement functions, mostly used on patients with bradycardia. LiFEGAIN CU-HD1 functions to support non-invasive pacing, a way of helping maintain a patient's pulse by attaching its electrode to the patient's skin and delivering artificial electric stimulation to the heart. Pacing mode is divided into the 'Fixed mode' and the 'Demand mode'.

 

Monitoring Mode

Patient monitoring mode features the ECG monitoring function and the function to measure the level of SpO2, functional oxygen saturation in the blood.

For the ECG monitoring function, you can selectively use the 3-lead, 5-lead, 12-lead ECG cables. During the patient monitoring session, it is possible to analyze the ECG results to use the alarming function according to the conditions such as the number of pulses, ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia etc. If using an ECG cable, convert "Rotary Switch" to "Monitor mode" before usage.

 

   
   

PRIMEDIC XD1 Defibrillator

Defibrillation

Impulse shape: biphasic, current-controlled impulses, external

Manual energy stages: 5J, 10J, 20J, 30J, 50J, 100J, 200J, 300J, 360J

Charge time: < 6 sec. for 200J

Cardioversion: Manual activation

 

QRS Marker

 

EKG

Derivation: Eindhoven I, II, III Goldberger avL, avR, aVF

Patient resistance: 23 – 200 Ohm

Heart rate: 30 – 300 per min

Alarms: 30 – 300 per min

 

Monitor

Model: TFT, LCD, blue mode

Dimensions: 115 x 86 mm (diagonal 5,7“ / 144 mm

Resolution: 320 x 240 pixels

 

Defibrillation electrodes

Adhesive electrodes (hands free)

Shelf life: 36 months

Cable length: 3,5 m SavePads Connect

Active electrode surface: 164 cm2 overall

With built-in paediatric electrodes

 

Printer

Model: Thermal direct process

Resolution: 200 dpi

Paper width: 58 mm

Print width: 50 mm

Advance: 25 mm/s / 50 mm/s

Operating modes: AUTO, ONLINE, MEMO print

Event marking: Printout via MEMO print

 

Data management

Removable memory: CF card 512 MB

Data/voice recording: > 90 h data and voice recording

Voice recording can be activated: deactivated

 

Read out software

Power supply

Model: LiFePO4

Capacity (nominal): 2,3 Ah

Discharges/shocks: 150@200J

Monitoring: 5 h

Charge time: ca. 3 h / approx. 3 h

 

Built-in power supply

Voltage: 90 V … 264 V / 50 Hz / 60 Hz

Battery charging: Possible in the device

 

Resuscitation guidelines

AHA and ERC at factory

Dimensions

Height x Width x Depth: 33 cm x 29 cm x 16 cm

Weight incl. power supply

approx. 5.9 kg

 

Standard Scope of Delivery

Save Pads Plus cable II.

Patient Monitoring cable, Power Cord, Printer paper