AED Plus ZOLL has a superior feature, namely Real CPR Help technology, where this function is very helpful for rescuers with complete information such as chest compression depth, as well as text, audio and visual guidance features.
AED stands for automated external defibrillator. The AED product is an external automatic cardiac shock device specially made for public safety (automatic defibrillator for public safety) which was created to help victims of sudden cardiac arrest.
Why ZOLL AED Plus?
The ZOLL AED Plus is an AED device from ZOLL that stands out in terms of design, reliability, durability and performance. Data show that only half of victims of sudden cardiac arrest require an electric shock (shock), but all victims of sudden cardiac arrest require high-quality CPR. The AED Plus helps the operator or rescuer to provide quality CPR and deliver an electric shock (shock) if needed.
Real CPR Help® technology will guide the operator or rescuer in real-time when performing CPR procedures including the number and depth of chest compressions via text, audio and image guidance.
5 years of battery life and electrode pads can increase vigilance and are economically affordable.
Resistant to exposure to dust and moisture with an IP55 rating, one of the best in its class.
An adaptive metronome guide, which can assist the operator or rescuer in determining the appropriate amount of chest compressions.
Has a picture of the steps of the help guide to make it easier for the operator or helper to provide assistance in a noisy or mixed environment with people who have various language backgrounds.
The electrode pads are connected to each other, making it easier for the operator or helper to place and attach the electrodes according to the right position, and the right hand position when performing CPR.
Automatic testing of battery capacity and overall device performance per day, week, month.
How to use the AED Plus?
To use the AED Plus, once you have confirmed that the patient is truly not breathing and has no pulse, the next steps are:
Immediately perform CPR and have someone else get the AED unit.
Open the AED cover and follow the voice and visual messages.
Undress the victim and place the AED Pads on the victim's bare chest.
Once the Pads are in place, the AED unit will perform an analysis to determine whether the victim requires cardiac arrest or CPR.
If the AED unit detects a VF/VT condition, it will re-energize and suggest cardiac shock. Important Note: follow the instructions, do not touch the victim if there is a command do not touch.
Press the "heart" button to give a heart shock.
If the AED unit detects a non VF/VT ECG condition, the unit will suggest performing CPR.
Perform CPR at a depth of 5 cm/one-third chest thickness, pressing at a rate of 100x/minute.
If breathing and heart rate do not return, follow voice messages and perform an ECG analysis every 2 minutes, and repeat cardiac arrest if necessary. Repeat until medical personnel arrive at the scene.
If breathing and heart rate return to normal, place the victim in the recovery position.
After the medical officer arrives, verbally inform about the patient's condition and what actions have been taken.
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