HeartPlus Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for Sudden Cardiac Arrest
Cardiac arrest can happen to any one, at any place, at any time. Why do we need AEDs?
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is the leading cause of death in the United Statesand in several other countries claiming more than 350,000 lives each year in the U.S. alone. Approximately 92% of those who experience sudden cardiac arrest do not survive. It is unfortunate there are so many fatalities related to this condition in the world each year, but many victims can be saved with the timely and proper use of AEDs by first responders performing CPR (cardiopulmonary resusciation) until medical rescuers (EMS) arrive on scene.
Where should AEDs be installed? Recommended locations for AEDs Schools / Gyms / Public Facilities / Stadiums / Theatres / Medical Centres / Recreational Centers / Swimming Pools / Shopping Centres / Dental Office / Entertainment Venues / Sporting Venues / Pharmacies / Electrical Rooms / Tracks / Cruises / Airplanes / Subways / Bus Stations / Train Stations/ Religious Centres / Police & Emergency Service Vehicles and other places where many people congregate.
Why Heart Plus AED? Heart+ResQ is a life-saving device that can be used safely and quickly in the case of an emergency.
- Our technology features accurate analysis to only advise shocks when necessary.
- If the electrodes are not attached properly, the electric shock process is halted.
- If the electric shock button isn’t pushed within 20 seconds, battery will discharge.
- Inclusion of an overcharge prevention circuit for proper electric shock loads.
- Dual electric shock waveform control circuit prevents malfunction of device.
- Anyone can use by following voice prompts : Voice prompts are simple and easy to follow.
- Easy to check the status of device: Check the status of device via status indicator, if some problem occurs.
- Simple management of device to ensure its readiness: Heart+ResQ performs a self diagnostics every day to check its vital components. Administrator pre-connects pads and closes the cover after each use.
- One pad for both adults and children: Save time by using same electrode pads on both adults and infants/children.
- Automatically analyzing accurate ECG: After attaching the pads to the patient, ECG is analyzed. An electric shock is advised if a shockable rhythm is detected.
- Parts: Microphone, Status button, Pads port,Shock button, Internal speaker, Power button for adults, Power button for infants
- Defibrillator Series: NT-180
- Set Configuration: Defibrillator, battery pack, sealed electrode, pads, Heart+ResQ User Guide, Protective Carrying Case, "NT-MPR" CD-ROM, Bluetooth, Adaptor (optional)
- Waveform: Truncated Exponential Biphasic
- Energy: 180J (Adult, Impedance 50Ω), 50J (Pediatric, Impedance 50Ω)
- Shock Charge Time:13 seconds (±10%)
- Shock Method:Manual button (flashes when ready)
- Mode Conversion: Adult/Child separate power button, (Child Mode delivers 50J Pediatric shock for patients weighing less than 25kg, approximately 12 months to 8 years old)
- Physical: Dimensions 7.1cm(H) x 29.3cm(W) x 29.1cm(D)
- Weight: 1.9kg (including battery pack and electrode pads)
- Water Resistance: IPX2 per IEC 60529
- Temperature Operating: Operating: 0°C to 40°C; Storage: -20°C to 60°C
- Humidity(operating/storage): ) 10% to 95% Relative Humidity, Non-Condensing
- Altitude (operating/storage): 0 to 2000 meters
- Drop Test: 1 meter
- ECG Recording: LEAD II
- Analysis Overview: Patient evaluated to determine whether ECG rhythm represents shockable or non-shockable state. Shockable rhythms are ventricular fibrillation (VF) and ventricular tachycardia (VT).
- Analysis Time: Less than 11 seconds (Read: 5 seconds ± 2 seconds, Analyze: within 4 seconds)
- Stored Contents: ECG recordings, operation information (whether shock delivered or not), ambient noise, self-diagnostics history
- Memory: ECG: 1,000 instances of 5 seconds recordings, Ambient Noise: Total 60 minutes (4 instances of 15 minute cycles) Self-Test: Times & results of 3,000 events, Storage Type: Internal Memory
- Data Access: "NT-MPR" App (for PC) via USB connection
- Daily self-diagnostics tests ensure that circuits for measuring patient impedance, control circuit internal discharge of electric energy, and control circuit for charge/discharge of electric energy are functioning properly.
- A voice prompt stating "Equipment check is needed" continuously in the event self-diagnostics check fails.
- Upon completion of daily self-diagnostics test, results are automatically stored within device's internal memory.
- When battery reserve is at acceptable level to provide sufficient electric charges and there are no problems with circuitry detected during self check, three Status LEDs above the power button blink in order from left to right during self check.
- All three Status LEDs blink at the same time continuously with low or critical battery voice prompts when battery is at low or critical levels (low: shock possible, critical: shock not possible).
Battery Status & Audible Warnings:
- Low: Voice prompt states "Battery's voltage is low, check battery"
- Critical: Voice prompt states "Change cartridge".
- Type: Non-rechargeable lithium (LiMn02)
- Capacity: 180 shocks @ 25°C, 130 shocks @ 0°C
- Voltage: DC 21V & DC 9V / 1,400mAH
- Standby Mode: Life Recommended five (5) years @ 25°C
- Dimensions: 3.3cm(H) x 15cm(W) x 11cm(D)
- Shelf Life: Two (2) years, for one-time use only
- Conductive Gel: PE Foam, Hydrogel
- Conductive Element: AgCl (Silver Chloride)
- Cable Length: 2.1 meters (±1%)
- Applicable Ages:All ages (12 months & older)
- Size:125mm x 95mm
- Pads Placement: Anterior-lateral (visual details on pads)
- After device is powered on, step-by-step voice instructions guide first responder through resuscitation procedure, which includes pads placement, hands off times (analysis and shock process), and CPR instructions.
- CPR instruction prompts user to commence cardiopulmonary resuscitation, while flashing metronome light sets pace at 100 compressions per minute for 30 compressions with brief pause for 2 mouth-to-mouth breaths (5 repetitions), in accordance with American Heart Association 2010 guidelines.