3 LEAD, SPO2, NIBP, CO2 – REFURBISHED
Easy-to-use technologies help you consistently deliver high-quality CPR and provide optimal defibrillation and pacing treatments for all patients.
- CPR Dashboard— Detailed real-time display of CPR quality metrics using Real CPR Help technology
- See-Thru CPR technology — Minimizes pause time during CPR and increases CPR fraction by filtering out CPR artifact
- High-current defibrillation — Delivers optimal treatment for all of your patients
- R Series Plus and R Series ALS — Configurations to address the needs of all providers
- Additional tools include Smart Tools for Training and Comprehensive Readiness Checks
CPR Metrics on Display
Using Real CPR Help technology, the R Series provides audio and visual feedback that guides rescuers to consistently deliver high-quality CPR. If compressions aren’t deep enough, you will hear, “Push harder.” And detailed visual feedback, including the rate and depth of each compression, is displayed on the CPR Dashboard™. If either one falls out of the Guidelines-recommended range, it will be indicated by a color change. Additionally, the diamond-shaped Perfusion Performance Indicator, or PPI, provides a quick indication of how well the combined rate and depth of compressions match current CPR Guidelines.
The dashboard also provides a compression release indicator. When the bar is full, you know that you’ve come completely off the chest to allow for full recoil
Maximize CPR Fraction
The 2015 AHA and ERC Guidelines emphasize the importance of maximizing the proportion of time spent delivering chest compressions. During a code, minutes can seem like seconds, and the longer the pauses in compressions, the harder it is to deliver a successful shock. After a 3-second delay in compressions, the R Series displays a CPR idle timer to help track and minimize pause times.
One of the most common reasons for interruptions in CPR is stopping to determine whether an organized, shockable rhythm has developed. With ZOLL’s patented See-Thru CPR technology, the compression artifact is filtered out, making it possible to see whether an organized rhythm is present during CPR. By reducing the duration of pauses, See-Thru CPR is just one more way the R Series is designed to help you provide high-quality CPR.
Delivering therapy is easy with the OneStep family of electrodes. Monitor, defibrillate, or pace—without the need for a separate three-lead ECG cable—with OneStep Complete electrodes. To take advantage of Real CPR Help, use OneStep Complete, OneStep CPR, or OneStep Pediatric CPR electrodes. And, with a dual circuit design, OneStep electrodes can remain pre-connected, even during a 30-joule shock test. They’re available in anterior/anterior or anterior/posterior configurations
Extensive Pediatric Capabilities
When used with OneStep Pediatric electrodes, the R Series automatically reduces the shock energy to a lower protocol, starting at 50 joules rather than 120. And when the R Series is in Advisory mode or the R Series Plus is in AED mode, the OneStep Pediatric electrodes enable a pediatric algorithm that can distinguish between a shockable and nonshockable rhythm.
The unique OneStep Pediatric CPR electrodes also provide visual feedback by displaying the rate and depth of every compression on the CPR Dashboard. These electrodes are specifically designed to ensure precise CPR measurements in small children.
The R Series conducts a comprehensive self-test of more than 110 individual indicators of readiness once a day. Using standard wireless technology, it can automatically relay this information to Defibrillator Dashboard,™ which provides a quick snapshot of the overall health of the entire defibrillator fleet that can be viewed on a PC or mobile device. Defibrillator Dashboard optimizes defibrillator readiness and increases efficiency for the biomedical engineering team.
Debrief with Unmatched Accuracy
After a cardiac arrest event, the R Series supports continuous quality improvement (CQI) initiatives with the push of two buttons, sending the code data rapidly and wirelessly to a designated server. These comprehensive data include the number of shocks, ECG, end-tidal CO2 values, and CPR quality, which can be viewed using a number of code data programs. Choose the one that’s right for your institution.