Physio-Control Lifepak CR Plus Features
The LIFEPAK CR Plus AED is uniquely designed for use by laypersons with little to no formal AED training. It’s ideal for both public and commercial settings where the first person to respond to a Sudden Cardiac Arrest event will often lack medical foreknowledge. Its water-resistant and lightweight design, coupled with the newest ADAPTIV biphasic technology that automatically adjusts voltage based on each victim’s specific defibrillation needs, makes it an optimal choice for high-traffic areas. It additionally has the capability to escalate the energy delivered to a market-leading 360 joules if necessary.
- Simple to use
- Turn on the device by opening the lid
- Apply the electrode pads
- ClearVoice™ technology
- Clear, calm, step-by-step instructions
- Walk the rescuer through from beginning to end
- Escalating power during the rescue
- The initial shock delivered at 200 joules
- The second shock delivered at 300 joules
- Third and subsequent shocks delivered at 360 joules
- No battery to replace
- Physio-Control Express CHARGE-PAK™
- CHARGE-PAK includes a battery charger and either one or two sets of electrode pads
- Synchronized replacement cycle of electrode pads and charger
- SafeGuard Power System CHARGE-PAK
- Unique in the industry
- Dual layer of security as the battery charger keeps the internal battery at optimum levels
- Physio-Control Express CHARGE-PAK™
- Electrode pad connectors compatible with all Physio-Control LIFEPAK units
- Electrode pads can be unplugged from CR Plus and plugged into LIFEPAK units used by EMS
- Electrode pads also transmit ECG data when used on EMS units
- Saves time when transferring a patient from a rescue scene to hospital for advanced care
- Comes standard with two sets of adult electrode pads
- Semi-Rigid carry case
Physio-Control Lifepak CR Plus Specifications
- Height: 10.7 cm (4.2 in)
- Width: 20.3 cm (8.0 in)
- Depth: 24.1 cm (9.5 in), excluding handle
- Weight: 2.0 kg (4.5 lbs) with CHARGE-PAK and electrodes
- Waveform: Biphasic truncated exponential, with voltage and current duration compensation for patient impedance.
- Output Energy Sequence: Multiple levels, user configurable from 200j to 360j (150j minimum outside the USA)
- Output Energy Accuracy: ±10% into 50 ohms, ±15% to 25 to 100 ohms.
- Shock Advisory System: An ECG analysis system that advises whether a shock is appropriate; meets rhythm recognition criteria specified in DF39. The device charges for shock only when the Shock Advisory System advises defibrillation.
- Typical: thirty (30) full discharges or 210 minutes of “on time” with a fully charged device
- Minimum: Twenty (20) full discharges or 140 minutes of “on time” with a fully charged device.
- Shock Charge Time: Charge times with a fully charged device: 200 joules in less than 9 seconds, 360 joules in less than 15 seconds.
- System Recharge Times: Recharge times with a fully discharged device: able to deliver six (6) shocks or provide 42 minutes of operating time after 48 hours of recharge and 20 shocks or 140 minutes of operating time after fourteen (14) days of recharge time with a new CHARGE-PAK at temperatures above 15° C (59°F)
- User Interface: The user interface includes voice prompts, audible tones and graphics prompt.
- Readiness Display: Shows the device status
- OK Indicator: Shows “OK” when the last self-test was completed successfully. When the “OK” is visible, all other indicators are not visible. The “OK” indicator is not displayed during device operation.
- CHARGE-PAK Indicator: When displayed, replace the CHARGE-PAK battery charger.
- Attention Indicator: When first displayed, at least six (6) discharges or 42 minutes of operating time remaining.
- Service Indicator: Service required when displayed.
- Energy Sequence: Users can choose an energy sequence to match their applicable energy protocol.
- Motion Detection: The motion detection system can be set to off or during analysis. Energy
- Protocol: The user can configure the defibrillator to increase energy after every shock or only increase it after a lower energy was unsuccessful.
- Turn-On Prompt: The turn-on prompt option allows the user to select the prompting style upon power on.
- CPR Time: The CPR time can be set to match local protocol.
- Pulse Prompt: The pulse prompt option allows the user to select the voice message for CPR prompting according to the Guidelines 2000, as recommended by the American Heart Association (AHA) and the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR).
- Voice Prompt Volume: The voice prompt volume option allows changing the speaker volume.
- Time/Date: The time and date can be changed
- Device ID: The device ID feature assigns a unique identifier to a particular device, which is printed on all reports.
- Memory Type: internal digital memory.
- ECG Storage: Dual patient data storage, Minimum 20 minutes of ECG stored for the current patient, summarized data stored for the previous patient.