Zoll R-Series Defibrillator

March 15, 2018
Zoll R Series Defibrillator

Zoll R Series Defibrillator

Zoll R-Series Defibrillator

The Zoll R-Series Defibrillator is one of our top picks for defibrillation. Defibrillators have been found everywhere including medical facilities, police vehicles, schools, community centers and more. Access to a defibrillator has become a fear of many.

Defibrillators work by analyzing the electric rhythms pulsed from the heart. These rhythms are then transformed as waveforms on the monitor. The electrical signals are then established, and a slight electric pulse is defibrillated by the pads, onto a person’s chest.


This defibrillator features capnography, pulse oximetry, three invasive pressures, two temperature channels, optional pacing, and non-invasive blood pressure. Both models of the R and X Series are available with pacing, end-tidal CO2, noninvasive blood pressure, and SPO2 monitoring capabilities. The curved handle is ideal for transport between sections of a medical facility.


Transport between facilities is accomplished by the small but powerful stature of this machine. This defibrillator weighs in at less than 14 pounds and comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack.

Refurbish Process

All of the products that we procure go through an overhauled refurbishing process. First, they go to the engineering department that tests and calibrates the equipment. Once necessary parts are replaced, the machines are cleaned and go to cosmetics for sanding and painting. Finally, they undergo another quality check and are ready for shipment.

Our products are used in a variety of medical facilities, hospitals, teaching schools, and even on filming sets – more of that to come so stick around!

If you are interested in getting a quote on the Zoll R-Series Defibrillator, or any of our other products, please call 1-800-GET-SOMA, or email us at [email protected], or [email protected].

Final Thoughts

Have you ever used the Zoll R-Series before? Are there any features that you would keep or change? Have you ever needed to use a defibrillator on someone? Comment below!

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