Price subsidized by the Lifeguard Project. An external defibrillator that helps you perform high-quality CPR. The pad sensor provides information to the device about each chest compression and informs the rescuer if it has done well. The defibrillator guides the rescuer through indications and a measuring bar in real time, so that he achieves the recommended depth and frequency of compression.
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The defibrillator Zoll AED Plus is the only team of 4a Generation, an external defibrillator much easier to place than the rest of defibrillators, it adapts perfectly to the patient since they can stretch the adhesive areas, the patch includes in the center a symbol in shape cross that tells us where to do the CPR, through voice messages the team itself informs if the compressions are correct, "press harder", "good compressions".
In addition, it also indicates on its screen, using a force bar, the compressions to adjust better. Being something that always has to be replaced. Entities with experience in cardioprotection and the use of defibrillators such as the World of Soccer or the Higher Sports Council trust Zoll.
It includes the ZOLL rectilinear biphasic defibrillation waveform. After the electrodes are fixed to the victim's chest, the defibrillator monitors the electrocardiographic rhythm ECG of your heart, analyzes that rhythm and determines if it is indicated to apply a discharge treatment.
If indicated, defibrillation energy is also applied with these same electrodes. The lifeguard presses the download button to deliver the download. In our online store you will find this external defibrillator and all its original Zoll spare parts for sale. Note that the PASS function is supplied with some versions of the product and is optional in others.
This sensor is placed as part of the application of electrodes on the victim's chest so that it is located between the hands of the lifeguard and the lower part of the victim's sternum during chest compressions. The frequency of beeps emitted by the metronome function of the defibrillator Zoll AED Plus is adapted to the actual frequency of chest compression applied by the lifeguard.
The metronome will chirp at the rate of CPM when the chest compressions are performed at a rate higher than the 80 compressions per minute CPM. If the lifeguard fails to perform compressions at a rate of 80 CPM or more, the metronome will beep at a speed of approximately 15 CPM above the lifeguard's actual frequency. This higher metronome frequency is intended for the lifeguard to increase the chest compression frequency until the frequency of CPM is reached. The metronome emits a signal at a minimum frequency of 60 CPM in cases where the frequency of compression of the lifeguard is substantially less than 60 CPM.
During cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the ZOLL AED Plus defibrillator can emit increasingly audible voice messages based on the depth of chest compressions detected. El Lifeguard Project We are the main cardioprotection initiative in Spain with more than Installation of external defibrillators, maintenance, spare parts, repairs, training and use of the defibrillator, registration in Autonomous Communities.
We are official distributor of defibrillators Zoll AED Plus The defibrillator Zoll AED Plus is the only team of 4a Generation, an external defibrillator much easier to place than the rest of defibrillators, it adapts perfectly to the patient since they can stretch the adhesive areas, the patch includes in the center a symbol in shape cross that tells us where to do the CPR, through voice messages the team itself informs if the compressions are correct, "press harder", "good compressions".
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