The LIFEPAK 15 series Monitor/Defibrillator is the embodiment of a well-rounded Monitor/Defibrillator device with six modes of operation for different purposes. Sudden cardiac arrest strikes over 7 million people a year with no prior warning. Ensuring the upmost safety standards is a delicate and imperative matter. A defibrillator is a portable device that sends an electric shock to the chest through the heart. The shock can halt irregular heartbeats and allows the heart to resume beating effectively. The defibrillator incorporates technologies that monitor SpO2, Carbon Monoxide and Methemoglobin. It also encloses a metronome to support CPR compressions and ventilations and offers a choice to increase energy up to 360J for patients that are difficult to defibrillate. To add to its defibrillator, the LIFEPAK 15’s 8.4” monitor sports the ability to monitor multiple parameters such as NIBP, SpO2, End-tidal CO2, and Invasive Pressures.
Comprehensive monitoring parameters: The Masimo Rainbow technology enabled LIFEPAK 15 series Monitor/Defibrillator provides features to escalate the defibrillator up to 360J and 12-lead ECG transmission for premium results. This has set new a standard in clinical innovation as the 12-lead ECG transmission helps lessen EMS-to-balloon (E2B) response times, making this product stand out in the industry. This 12-lead transmission helps users detect the otherwise tough to diagnose conditions such as the ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) heart attack and enhance patient care with noninvasive examining of carbon monoxide, SpO2 and methemoglobin. In addition, the LIFEPAK 15 series Monitor/Defibrillator allows temperature monitoring and pulse rate accuracy via the NIBP technology for additional review.
CPR assistance and post event analytics: Utilizing audible prompts to guide users, the LIFEPAK 15 Monitor provides distraction free visual excerpts. Post-event analysis of CPR data and providing feedback to users has been proven to be effective in improving CPR quality. By providing data directly to the Physio-Control’s LIFENET Data Review software, EMS professionals can now assess CPR data and deliver appropriate reactions where most needed. With features of a built-in 100mm printer and Bluetooth, users can decide between having printed records or soft copies transferred to other devices.