LIFEPAK 1000 - Graphical Display
The Physio Control Lifepak 1000 defibrillator is one of the most powerful basic life support tools on the AED market. The easy customization settings allow professional users to modify the device to any patient's needs.
The Lifepak 1000’s intuition comes with a cprMAX technology feature, giving you the flexibility to have more hands on time with patients during the rescue process. And the ADAPTIV biphasic technology means the shock energy levels can be altered to the needs of the patient.
- 2 x Adult Electrodes
- Carry Case
- FREE DeFib UK Rescue Kit
- FREE P&P
AED Comes With
- 2 pairs of Quik-Combo Electrodes with Redi-pak pre-connect system
- 1 Non Rechargeable Battery
- Carry Case
- Rescue kit
- 5 year manufacturing warranty
- Easy customization of settings to meet protocol needs in the field
- Designed to tailor shock energy levels to each patients needs using the ADAPTIV biphasic technology
- Rugged design and tested to the highest standards
- Large screen enabling the emergency services to quickly access the patient’s rhythm
- Real time graphics assist you in the rescue process
- Clear and calm instructions help the first responder through the high pressure situation
Physio Control Unique Features
ADAPTIV biphasic technology – The Physio Control Lifepak 1000 defibrillator includes the technology to adapt the strength of the shock to suit the needs of the patient. Depending on previous treatments, The ADAPTIV software can provide escalating shocks between 200 - 360 joules to give patients a better survival chance. The high capacity battery gives power for up to 440 shocks or approximately 17 hours of monitoring time.
Flexibility – With two display options, the 1000 is easy to configure even as you take care of patients. Medical professionals have the ability to make changes to the defibrillator settings to cater to the needs of specific patients. This means that cardiac arrest victims have a greater chance of survival as the recovery process is designed specifically for them. This process has been recommended by the American Heart Association and the European Resuscitation Council.