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PN 1810-1539 Defibrillator Machine Parts,
M4735A Defibrillator Machine Parts
Defibrillator Machine HeartStart XL M4735A Printhead PN 1810-1539
The HeartStart XL M4735A is a defibrillator machine manufactured . It is a portable and user-friendly device designed for use by healthcare professionals in emergency situations to deliver electrical shocks to a patient's heart to restore normal rhythm. The device is commonly used in hospitals, clinics, and other medical settings.
The HeartStart XL M4735A defibrillator is equipped with various features and capabilities to assist in resuscitation efforts. Here are some key features of the device:
Defibrillation: The device delivers electrical shocks to the heart, known as defibrillation, to treat life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias such as ventricular fibrillation and pulseless ventricular tachycardia. These shocks help restore the heart's normal rhythm.
Monitoring: The HeartStart XL M4735A provides continuous monitoring of the patient's heart rhythm through ECG (electrocardiogram) monitoring. This allows healthcare professionals to assess the patient's condition and make informed decisions regarding treatment.
ECG Display: The device features a clear and easy-to-read ECG display, which provides real-time information about the patient's heart rhythm. It helps healthcare professionals in accurately diagnosing and monitoring the patient's condition.
Energy Selection: The defibrillator offers multiple energy selection options, allowing healthcare professionals to choose the appropriate energy level for defibrillation based on the patient's needs. This flexibility enables personalized treatment based on the patient's condition.
CPR Assistance: The HeartStart XL M4735A provides CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) assistance with visual and audio prompts to guide healthcare providers through the recommended CPR techniques. This feature helps ensure effective chest compressions and ventilation during resuscitation efforts.