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resuscitation, and clinical networking*

Color display shows four waveforms and numerics. It is the largest in its class at 12.8 x 17.7 cm (8.4˝ diagonal), which allows viewing of all 12 leads at once with the 12-lead acquisition option.

Easily transported by hand or on a hospital bed using the carrying handle or bedrail hook. This compact unit weighs only 6 kg (13.2 lbs.) and measures 31.5 x 21.0 x 29.5 cm (12.4˝ x 8.3˝ x 11.7˝).

Monitoring and therapy controls sensibly organized.

Ready for use indicator flashes with a black hourglass confirming that the unit is ready to go. Otherwise, it asks for attention with a red “X” and an audible chirp when the battery is low, if the unit is not ready to pace or shock, or if the ECG capability is compromised. Operators have assurance that the MRx is ready when needed when the black hourglass is flashing.

Defibrillation as easy as 1-2-3 1 Select energy to choose an

appropriate dosage. 2 Charge button charges the

defibrillator in less than five seconds. 3 Shock button to deliver therapy.

Quick Shock delivers a shock typically in less than 10 seconds after the user is prompted to pause chest compressions for defibrillation.

Automated External Defibrillator (AED) mode delivers a lifesaving shock within seconds, guided by clear, concise voice and on-screen prompts.

Integrated strip chart printer documents ECG rhythm strips, 12-lead reports, clinical events, event

Monitoring ports are easily identified and color-coded to avoid confusion in high-stress situations. Ports match Philips patient monitors for easy patient handoffs.

Soft keys to customize the display, set and respond to alarms, and select additional monitoring parameters.

Configure the intuitive user interface based on preferences.

summary reports, vital signs trending, operational checks, configuration, status logs, and other device information (50 mm standard or 75 mm optional).

HeartStart MRx Monitor/Defibrillator


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