As small, light and compact as it is, the corpuls1 was specially developed for the requirements of hospitals, fire departments, first responders, ambulance services, doctors offices and disaster management. An extremely compact but fully-fledged Defibrillator/Patient Monitor that is always right for the job when space and maneuverability are crucial.
Its biggest advantage: it’s light weight. The corpuls1 weighs just 2.3 kg, but is a fully-fledged Defibrillator and Patient Monitor.
The user has an optimal view of up to 3 curves and 4 vital parameters on the transflective 5.7” display. The intuitive user interface guarantees easy operation. Depending on the users preference, the most important parameters are always in view: ECG, heart rate, pleth, SpO2 and optionally SpHb, SpCO, or SpMet.
Depending on the mission, the corpuls1 can be used as an automated external defibrillator (AED) or as a manual defibrillator. In addition, the corpuls1 can be optionally equipped with a pacer with FIX/DEMAND modes for the treatment of arrhythmias.
|Dust and jet-water proof according to IP55
|Min. 200 shocks with 200 J
|Vibration and shockproof according to EN 1789
|Min. 200 shocks with 200 J
|Alarm light, speakers
|Charge time with full battery: ca. 5.5 s
|Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
|Power supply 12 V DC, 100–250 V AC with mains adapter
|Weight: 2.3 kg
|Size (LxHxD): 26 cm x 17 cm x 7 cm (without bag)
|Pacer with 2 modes: FIX & DEMAND (optional)
|Run time: 6 h 30 min
|5.7’’ colour display, back-lit
|SD® memory card (capacity up to 408 hrs/2 GB)
|3 curves and up to 4 vital parameters
|6 lead ECG
|Masimo Rainbow SET® for SpO2, PP, PI, SpCO, SpMet, SpHb
Competent and comprehensive on-scene care is crucial in an emergency. Therefore, it is important to ensure that the transfer of the patient from the first responders onto further care by the emergency services can be carried out as quickly and smoothly as possible.
The integrated pulse oximeter (optional) enables the monitoring of oxygen saturation, pulse rate and pleth.
The corpuls1 is optionally equipped with SpCO measurement. This can be used to easily detect possible carbon monoxide poisoning at an early stage – whether in patients or emergency personnel.
The intuitive user interface guarantees easy operation. On the 5.7” screen you can always keep an eye on the ECG, heart rate and pulse oximetry. Up to 3 curves and 4 parameters are displayed.
Depending on the mission, the corpuls1 can be used as an automated external defibrillator (AED) or as a manual defibrillator. Thanks to the same high-quality HV unit the corpuls1 can also deliver life-saving shocks in an emergency situation.
With its compact and lightweight design, the corpuls1 is the universal partner in hospital. It monitors patients during hospital transport and serves as a defibrillator during resuscitation. The range of use in hospital is further broadened by the pacer therapy option (both FIX and DEMAND).
The external pacer of the corpuls1 enables electrical stimulation of the heart muscle and can supplement or positively influence the function of the heart muscle. In FIX operating mode, the pacer stimulates the heart muscle with the set stimulation frequency regardless of the patients own heart rate. In DEMAND mode the corpuls1 analyses the ECG via the 4-pole ECG monitoring cable. The pacer only stimulates if the patients natural frequency is lower than the set stimulation frequency. Pacing during the vulnerable phase is prevented by the QRS complex detection.
The corpuls1 offers different defibrillation options. corPatch therapy electrodes, shock paddles and shock spoons can be used.
For this reason, the corpuls1 is also ideal for hospital use – whether in the cath lab or as a defibrillator on a resus trolley.
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