LIFEPAK CR Plus Fully Auto Defibrillator
Lifepak CR Plus Defibrillator... ( Currently Not Available For Purchase. )
Every work place should have a Defibrillator. You just never know when you will need one.
Simple to use. Simple to manage. Simple to transfer care to professionals.
And effective in saving the life of a victim of sudden cardiac arrest.
Designed to deliver a shock only if it determines a heart needs it. No one even needs to press a shock button.
Unlike other Automated External Defibrillators (AED) on the Australian market, the Physio-Control LIFEPAK CR Plus is designed without the complicated prompts and limited energy for defibrillation. Instead, LIFEPAK CR Plus is built to facilitate quickly, providing an easy two-step operation, guidance and the ability to escalate to 360 joules if required.
Simple enough. Strong enough.
If your life were at risk from sudden cardiac arrest—if you needed the help of a colleague, friend, or passerby—what lifesaving equipment would you want nearby?
Certainly an AED that is easy to use by a non-professional responder.
But what about an AED that could escalate in power if the standard shock level was ineffective at restarting your heart?
The LIFEPAK CR Plus AED has the capability to deliver a shock at 360 joules, the highest available power level in the industry.
Why 360 joules?
A joule (J) is a unit of energy used as the measurement of shock strength provided by an AED.
An initial shock from the LIFEPAK CR Plus AED is delivered at 200 joules (200J), which has been shown to be effective at defibrillating the heart of a majority of sudden cardiac arrest victims.
However, some patients are more difficult to defibrillate than others, and an ineffective shock can leave them in VF longer and increase costly interruptions in CPR.
Physio-Control only offers AEDs with a full range of energy, with default escalating settings of 200J, 300J, and 360J.
A recent study has shown a statistically significant benefit for higher escalating shocks compared to fixed lower-energy shocks in patients with VF who required more than one defibrillation shock.
Simply put, we believe the capacity for 360 joules gives patients a better opportunity for a better outcome.