External Defibrillator cardiolife AED-3100
automated external defibrillator is ideal for emergency use and can
be operated easily by lay people. The voice output, which was
designed in line with international recommendations (ILCOR), guides
the user safely and systematically through the resuscitation
procedures. After the user has moved the push switch on the device to
defibrillation for an adult or child, just three further steps are
necessary while following the voice instructions:
1: Switch device on
2: Position shock electrodes
3: Press shock button
soon as a heart rhythm that is suitable for defibrillation has been
detected the AED-3100 starts the automatic charging process and
indicates when to press the shock button.
NIHON KOHDEN Continuous VF Analysis Algorithm analyses the ECG
waveform even during CPR. The charging starts before a shock is
advised. This helps you deliver faster defibrillation than ever
AED-3100 provides defibrillation with the aid of a lower energy,
biphasic impulse curve. It needs less energy than traditional
monophasic defibrillation and therefore protects the heart muscle.
Better results are achieved with the biphasic technology, protecting
the patient from sudden cardiac arrest.
NIHON KOHDEN uses a particular T-circuit the ActiBiphasic-Technology
that was specially developed by NIHON KOHDEN offers an improvement
over most conventional biphasic circuit concepts. In traditional,
biphasic circuits the shock impulse expands as soon as the transition
resistance increases. This reduces the efficiency of the
defibrillation. The NIHON KOHDEN T-circuit actively controls the
shape of the curve in the second phase of the shock impulse and thus
provides a constant impulse curve.
adult and pediatric patients:
NIHON KOHDEN AED-3100 can be used for both adult and pediatric
patients without changing the pads. The unique NIHON KOHDEN energy
switch allows defibrillating pediatric patients by simply switching
to the defibrillator’s child mode to deliver less energy. Drowning
accidents can lead to ventricular fibrillation in children.
an international protection class of IP55 class the AED-3100 is
protected against water jets and can be used in those settings.
with memory function:
using the AED-3100, data on resuscitation (ECG and event information)
is collected and saved for 30 minutes. Therefore up to three
applications can be documented and analyzed over a period of up to 90
minutes. In addition, the device's daily self-tests (31 entries),
monthly self-tests (12 entries) and other tests (50 entries) can be
saved and read for maintenance activities.
day (at midday) the AED-3100 tests itself in order to monitor the
functionality of the device, battery and electrodes. The test results
can then be displayed in the form of a red/green status indicator
(green = fully operational) that is clearly visible without needing
to open the device.
saved data and the test results can be transmitted wirelessly to a PC
via a Bluetooth interface, where they can be conveniently displayed
and analyzed using the AED transcription software.
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