HeartSine Samaritan Pad Pediatric Pad-Pak Integrated battery & electrode System
PEDIATRIC-PAK(TM) (child) is intended for use on suspected victims of SCA who are over one year old and less than eight years old weighing less than 25kg (55lb). PAD-PAK-02
Caution: HeartSine Samaritan Pediatric Pad-Pak can only be used on Heartsine Samaritan units designated with Adult/Child label (icon), defibrillator Model 300P only. HeartSine recommends that a samaritan® PAD sam300P is deployed in locations where emergency responses involving pediatric patients may occur.
The battery lifetime in use can be up to 6 hours monitoring, 60 shocks or a combination of both. A Pediatric Pad-Pak in stand by mode (inserted into the SAM 300P) has a shelf-life indicated by the expiry date (4 years from manufacture date)*. The Pad-Pak must be replaced out if: the status indicator on the SAM 300P is flashing red or not flashing you may need to replace the Pad-Pak. For diagnosis of the reason for the status indicator flashing red or not flashing please refer to the troubleshooting section of this manual.
HOW TO REPLACE A PAD-PAK(TM)
Take the replacement Pediatric Pad-Pak(TM) from its protective bag.
Remove the old Pad-Pak(TM) which is to be replaced.
Follow the instruction for Pad-Pak(TM) installation which can be found on the page titled "Preparing your samaritan® PAD for use".
Push the Pad-Pak(TM) firmly to ensure it is fully inserted.
Check status indicator. If the Pad-Pak(TM) has been inserted correctly, status indicator flashes green approximately every 5 seconds.
Press the On/Off button to turn the device on. Listen for the appropriate messages to start. Press the On/Off button again to turn the device off. Ensure no warning messages are issued by the device and that the status indicator continues to flash GREEN once every five seconds.
If necessary inform relevant safety officer or person responsible for maintenance of the samaritan® PAD.
Update the relevant records to show the date that the replacement Pad-Pak(TM) was placed into service.