Zoll R Series Defibrillator Featuring Daily Self Tests

May 20, 2019
Zoll R Series

Zoll R Series Defibrillator Featuring Daily Self Tests

Defibrillators are one of the single most identifiable pieces of capital medical equipment. Defibrillators are designed to be used on the go and in emergency cardiac situations. Most police departments, schools, and fire trucks are now carrying defibrillators. Click to read about the Zoll R Series and its capabilities.

Zoll R Features

The Zoll R Series has many technological features. These features include pacing, end-tidal CO2, non-invasive blood pressure, and SpO2 monitoring capabilities. Once a day this defibrillator will complete a self-test including battery status and electrode integrity. Other features include continuous CPR without stopping compressions, and wifi enabled options.

Zoll R-Series Specifications

This defibrillator weighs about 15.2 pounds with an ergonomic handle that makes it easily transportable. The battery is a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack. The screen is about 6.5 inches and can display 3.5 hours of continuous monitoring.

Requesting a Zoll R-Series

If you are interested in purchasing a Zoll R Series, or another defibrillator, we are happy to assist in these needs. Our knowledgeable sales representatives are willing to work with you on any quotes your facility may need. Representatives can be reached at 1-800-GET-SOMA, or at [email protected].

Defibrillator Spare Parts

We have our division for spare parts, Soma Medical Parts. We stock defibrillator parts for all of the defibrillator models we sell. Any order can be placed on our parts website. If you would like to place an order, you can either place your order online. You can also feel free to email [email protected] or call our Parts Department at 1-860-578-1033.

Final Thoughts

Have you ever used the Zoll R Series defibrillator before? Are there features on it that you enjoy using or some that you would change? Is there another brand of defibrillator that you executively use? Have you ever found yourself needing to defibrillate someone? Comment below!


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