The worst time to find out a defibrillator isn’t ready is at the code. Delays and confusion caused by multiple cables, expired or dried-out electrodes, and complicated controls are just a few of the things that can compromise code readiness. And any defibrillator that doesn’t support CPR compromises your ability to resuscitate. No simple self-test will alert you to these things until it’s too late. You need a Code-Ready defibrillator — a defibrillator designed to provide clinicians with comprehensive support for resuscitation. Now, for the first time, you have one: R Series.
- Connection: : compact multi-parameter monitor
- Operation: : semi-automatic