Physio-Control Lifepak 12 Defibrillator - Refurbished

The Physio-Control LIFEPAK 12 defibrillator/monitor, when in AED mode, is a semiautomatic defibrillator that uses a patented Shock Advisory System. This software algorithm analyzes the patient’s electrocardiographic (ECG) rhythm and indicates whether or not it detects a shockable rhythm. The LIFEPAK 12 defibrillator / monitor in AED mode requires operator interaction in order to defibrillate the patient.

The LIFEPAK 12 defibrillator/monitor offers the following optional features:

  • Biphasic defibrillation waveform
  • Semi-automatic defibrillation
  • Noninvasive pacemaker
  • Pulse oximeter
  • Interpretive 12-lead ECG
  • Noninvasive blood pressure (NIBP) monitor
  • End-tidal CO2 (EtCO2) monitor
  • Invasive pressure (IP) monitor
  • Vital sign (VS) and ST monitoring
  • Fax transmission
  • Paddle accessories
  • Electroluminescent (EL) display (The optimal viewability of an EL display is compromised in direct sunlight.)

 

Physio-Control Lifepak 12 Specifications

 

Physical

  • Weight
    • Basic defibrillator/monitor with QUIK-COMBO cable: 6.6 kg (14.5 lbs) (unit and QUIK-COMBO cable only – no batteries)
    • Fully featured defibrillator/monitor with QUIK-COMBO cable: 8.0 kg (17.6 lbs) (unit and QUIK-COMBO cable only – no batteries)
    • FASTPAK battery: 0.64 kg (1.4 lbs)
    • FASTPAK 2 battery: 0.64 kg (1.4 lbs)
    • LIFEPAK NiCd battery: 0.8 kg (1.7 lbs)
    • LIFEPAK SLA battery: 1.27 kg (2.8 lbs)
  • Height: 31.7 cm (12.5 in)
  • Width: 38.9 cm (15.3 in)
  • Depth: 21.7 cm (8.5 in)

Display

  • Size
    • 140.8 mm (5.5 in) wide x 105.6 mm (4.2 in) high for LCD, or
    • 165.1 mm (6.5 in) wide x 123.8 mm (4.9 in) high for EL display
  • Display Type
    • 640 dot x 480 dot black and white LCD or amber and black EL display
    • User selectable display contrast
    • Displays a minimum of 4 seconds of ECG and alphanumerics for values, device instructions, or prompts.
    • Option to display one or two additional waveforms
    • Waveform display sweep speed: 25 mm/sec for ECG, SpO2, IP, and 12.5 mm/sec for CO2

Communications

  • The device is capable of transferring data records by PC Card internal modem, external EIA/TIA modem, cellular modem, or serial connection.
  • Supports EIA/TIA-602 compatible modems using Xon/Xoff or RTS/ CTS flow control at 9600-38400 bps.
  • EIA/TIA-232E compatible at 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 bps.
  • Group III, Class 2 or 2.0 facsimile, (wired only).

Operating Modes

  • Advisory Mode (SAS:) Provides all features available except manual defibrillation, synchronous cardioversion, pacing, and access to previous patient records.
  • Manual Mode: Provides normal operating capability for ALS users.
  • Archive Mode: Allows operator to transmit, print, edit, or delete previous patient records.
  • Setup Mode: Allows operator to configure the instrument.
  • Service Mode: Allows operator to execute device diagnostic tests and calibrations.
  • Inservice Mode: Provides simulated waveforms and trend graphs for demonstration purposes.

Power

  • Battery Only Configuration
    • Choice of NiCd (FASTPAK or FASTPAK 2 battery, LIFEPAK NiCd battery 1.7 Ah or 2.4 Ah3) or SLA (LIFEPAK SLA battery)
    • Dual battery capability
    • Optional external AC Power Adapter
    • Batteries charge while device operates from Power Adapter

Data Management

  • The device captures and stores patient data, events (including waveforms and annotations), and continuous ECG waveform records in internal memory.
  • The user can select and print reports and transfer the stored information via an internal modem and various serial transfer protocols.
  • Report Types
    • Three format types of CODE SUMMARY critical event record (short, medium, and long)
      • •Initial ECG (except short format)
      • •Auto vital sign measurements every 5 minutes
    • 3-channel or 4-channel 12-lead ECG report
    • Continuous ECG waveform records (transfer only)
    • Trend Summary
    • Vital Signs Summary
    • Snapshot

ECG Monitor

  • ECG is monitored via several cable arrangements. A 3-wire cable is used for 3-lead ECG monitoring. A 5-wire cable is used for 7-lead ECG monitoring. A 10-wire cable is used for 12-lead acquisition. When the chest electrodes are removed, the 10-wire cable functions as a 4-wire cable. Standard paddles or QUIK-COMBO pacing / defibrillation/ECG electrodes or FAST-PATCH disposable defibrillation / ECG electrodes are used for paddles lead monitoring.
  • Lead Selection
    • Leads I, II, III, (3-wire ECG cable)
    • Leads I, II, III, AVR, AVL, and AVF acquired simultaneously, (4-wire ECG cable)
    • Leads I, II, III, AVR, AVL, AVF, and C-lead acquired simultaneously, (5-wire ECG cable)
    • Leads I, II, III, AVR, AVL, AVF, V1, V2, V3, V4, V5, and V6 acquired simultaneously, (10-wire ECG cable)
  • EGG Size: 4, 3, 2.5, 2, 1.5, 1, 0.5, 0.25 cm/mV (fixed at 1 cm/mV for 12-lead)
  • Heart Rate Display
    • 20–300 bpm digital display
    • Accuracy: ±4% or ±3 bpm, whichever is greater
    • Out of range indication: Display symbol “---”
    • Heart symbol flashes for each QRS detection
  • QRS Detection Range
    • Duration: 40 to 120 ms
    • Amplitude: 0.5 to 5.0 mV
  • Continuous Patient Surveillance System (CPSS)
    • In advisory mode, while Shock Advisory System is not active, CPSS monitors the patient, via QUIK-COMBO paddles or Lead II ECG, for potentially shockable rhythms.
  • Voice Prompts: Used for selected warnings and alarms (configurable on/off).
  • Analog ECG Output: 1V/mV x 1.0 gain
  • Common Mode Rejection: 90 dB at 50/60 Hz

SpO2 (Masimo Sensors)

  • Saturation Range: 1 to 100%
  • Saturation Accuracy
    • Adults/Pediatrics: ±2 digits (during no motion conditions); ±3 digits (during motion conditions)
  • Neonates
    • ±3 digits (during no motion conditions); ±3 digits (during motion conditions)
  • Dynamic signal strength bar graph
  • Pulse tone at the onset of the pleth waveform
  • SpO2 Update Averaging Rate: User selectable 4, 8, 12 or 16 seconds
  • SpO2 measurement: Functional SpO2 values are displayed and stored
  • Pulse rate range: 25 to 240 pulses per minute
  • Pulse Rate Accuracy
    • Adults / Pediatrics / Neonates: ±3 digits (during no motion conditions); ±5 digits (during motion conditions)
  • SpO2 waveform with autogain control
  • Nellcor sensors when used with MNC-1 adapter

NIBP

  • Blood Pressure
    • Systolic Pressure range: 30 to 245 mmHg (4 to 32.7 kPa)
    • Diastolic Pressure range: 12 to 210 mmHg (1.6 to 28 kPa)
    • Mean Arterial Pressure range: 20 to 225 mmHg (2.7 to 30 kPa)
    • Units: mmHg, kPa, (user configurable)
    • Blood Pressure Accuracy: maximum mean error of ±5 mmHg
    • (±0.7 kPa) with a standard deviation no greater than ±8 mmHg
    • (±1.1 kPa)
    • Blood pressure measurement: 40 seconds, typical
  • Pulse Rate
    • Pulse Rate range: 30 to 200 pulses per minute
    • Pulse Rate accuracy: ±2 pulses per minute or ±2%, whichever is greater
  • Operation Features
    • Initial Cuff Pressure: User selectable, 100 to 180 mmHg
    • Automatic Measurement Time Interval: User selectable
  • Automatic Cuff Deflation
    • Excessive Pressure: If cuff pressure exceeds 300 mmHg
    • Excessive Time: If measurement time exceeds 120 seconds

CO2

  • CO2 Range: 0 to 99 mmHg (0 to 13.2 kPa); Units: mmHg, kPa, % (user configurable)
  • CO2 Accuracy (0 to 20 minutes): 0 to 38 mmHg (0 to 5.1 kPa): ±4 mmHg; 39 to 99 mmHg (5.2 to 13.2 kPa): ±12% of reading
  • CO2 Accuracy (>20 minutes): 0 to 38 mmHg (0 to 5.1 kPa): ±2 mmHg; 39 to 99 mmHg (5.2 to 13.2 kPa): ±5% of reading; +0.08% for every 1 mmHg (0.13 kPa) above 38 mmHg
  • Respiration Rate Range: 0 to 60 breaths/minute
  • Respiration Rate Accuracy: 0 to 40 bpm: ±1 bpm; 41 to 60 bpm: ±2 bpm
  • Warm up time: 30 seconds (typical), 180 seconds maximum
  • Rise Time: 190 ms
  • Response Time: 2.9 seconds (includes delay time and rise time)
  • Ambient Pressure: Automatically compensated internally
  • Optional Display Waveform: CO2 Pressure

IP

  • Transducer Type: Strain-gauge resistive bridge
  • Transducer Sensitivity: 5μV/V/mmHg
  • Excitation Voltage: 5Vdc
  • Connector: Electro Shield CXS 3102A 14S-6S
  • Bandwidth: Digital filtered, dc to 30 Hz (< -3db)
  • Zero Drift: 1 mmHg/hr without transducer drift
  • Zero Adjustment: ±150 mmHg including transducer offset
  • Numeric Accuracy: ±1 mmHg or 2% of reading, whichever is greater, plus transducer error
  • Pressure Range: -30 to 300 mmHg in six user selectable settings
  • Pulse Range: Pulse rate not derived from IP, IP monitor functions over the full ECG/SpO2/NIBP HR/PR range of 20–300 bpm
  • Leakage Current: Meets ANSI/AAMI/IEC leakage requirements
  • IP Connector Pinout: Counterclockwise from 12 o’clock, viewed from the front of LIFEPAK 12:
    • A pin = -signal; B pin = +excitation; C pin = +signal;
    • D pin = -excitation; E pin = shield; F pin = unlabeled.
  • Invasive Pressure Display
    • Display: IP waveform and numerics
    • Units: mmHg, kPa (user configurable)
    • Labels: P1 or P2, ART, PA, CVP, ICP, LAP (user selectable)

Trend

  • Display: Choice of HR, SpO2 (%), EtC02, FiCO2, RR, NIBP, P1, P2, STM shown in Channels 2 or 3
  • Time Scale: Auto, 30 minutes, 1, 2, 4, or 8 hours
  • Duration: Up to 8 hours with -06 or later Memory PCB. Reduced storage capacity with earlier versions.

ST

  • After initial 12-lead ECG analysis, automatically selects and trends ECG lead with the greatest ST displacement

Alarms

  • Quick Set: Activates alarms for all parameters
  • VF/VT Alarm: Activates continuous CPSS monitoring in Manual Mode
  • Apnea Alarm: Occurs when 30 seconds has elapsed since last detected respiration
  • Heart Rate Alarm Limit Range: Upper, 100–250 bpm; lower, 30–150 bpm

Interpretive Algorithms

  • 12-Lead Interpretive Algorithm: GE Medical 12SL, includes AMI statements

Printer

  • Prints continuous strip of the displayed patient information
  • Paper Size: 50 mm (2.0 in) or optional 100 mm (3.9 in)
  • Print Speed: 25 mm/Sec ±5% (measured in accordance with AAMI EC-11, 4.2.5.2) Optional 50 mm/sec time base for 12-Lead ECG reports
  • Delay: 8 seconds
  • Autoprint: Waveform events print automatically (user-configurable)

Frequency Response

  • Diagnostic Frequency Response: 0.05 to 150 Hz or 0.05 to 40 Hz (user-configurable)
  • Monitor Frequency Response: 0.67 to 40 Hz or 1 to 30 Hz (user-configurable)
  • Paddles Frequency Response: 2.5 to 30 Hz
  • Analog ECG Output Frequency Response: 0.67 to 32 Hz (except 2.5 to 25 Hz for Paddles ECG and 1.3 to 23 Hz for 1 to 30 Hz Monitor Frequency Response)

 

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