PRODUCT BROCHURELIFEPAK 1000 DEFIBRILLATOR
Not every cardiac emergency is thesame. Neither is every responder. Yourworld demands flexibility—and that’sexactly what the LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillatorfrom Physio-Control delivers.
1 LIFEPAK 1000The right tool at the right time.Every time.A first responder on the scene of an emergency. A BLS-trained teamin the field or in a hospital waiting room. An ALS team taking over.No matter who they are or the environment they’re facing, with theLIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator they have just the device they need.The rugged LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator is an easy-to-use automatedexternal defibrillator (AED) from the leader in defibrillation technology.But it’s also a defibrillator powerful and adaptable enough forprofessional responders, featuring advanced capabilities that canhelp improve lifesaving outcomes and speed the transition ofcardiac patients to the next critical level of care.First on the scene in an emergency, the LIFEPAK 1000defibrillator can make the lifesaving difference for victimsof sudden cardiac arrest.
For every trained responder,the opportunity to make a difference.Picture the waiting room of a hospital or a corridoror a cafeteria. Now picture a visitor, patient or staffmember struck down by sudden cardiac emergency.Who will respond first? It could be an ALS-trainedmember of the code team, but it’s just as likely to bea nurse or a receptionist trained in the use of the 1000.The LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator is ready for all thesepossibilities, combining the simplicity of one-pushdefibrillation with clear guidance, both onscreen andfrom audio prompts.When an ALS-trained professional does step in—eitheras a first responder or in transition to advanced care—the touch of a button puts the 1000 into manual override,with greater control over when to analyze and shock.Its ECG capabilities provide critical information to guideyour protocol and deliver faster, more appropriate treatment, and the 1000 also stores this vital data for use inpost-event review.On patrol in a squad car or onboard a fire engine,the flexibility of the 1000 makes the story even simpler.BLS-trained responders have exactly the device theyneed, with powerful defibrillation—up to 360 joules—long battery life, and a rugged construction that canstand up to severe environments. And with cprMAX technology, BLS medical directors can configure thesettings of the 1000 to match their teams’ CPR protocols.When it’s time to hand off a patient to the care of hospitalcode teams or EMS ALS teams, the compatibility of the1000 with other Physio-Control devices can speedtransfer by allowing electrodes to remain on the patientwhile responders quickly and seamlessly reconnect to amore advanced monitor.LIFEPAK 1000 Defibrillator and CODE-STAT 9.0 Data Review SoftwareThe patient and performance data captured by the 1000 can be easily viewed, analyzed and managedwith CODE-STAT 9.0 Data Review Software. This information can help future care by enabling teams toreview performance and target training areas.
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The LIFEPAK 1000defibrillator at a glance.Rugged ConstructionECG CapabilityRigorously drop-tested device and protectivecase and bumpers.3-lead ECG function is available when needed.Vehicle FriendlyDesigned to ride along in any vehicle without damagefrom continuous vibrations and other movement.Flexible Power OptionsChoose between a rechargeable Lithium-ion (Li-ion) ornon-rechargeable Lithium-Manganese Dioxide (Li MnO2)battery for your device.Shock CounterDigitally records and displays delivered shocks foradded insight.Large DisplayLarge, easy-to-read LCD screen provides moreinformation at a glance.Compatible TechnologyElectrodes are fully compatible with all other LIFEPAKdefibrillators and monitors.360 JoulesCan escalate defibrillation power to an industryleading 360J.cprMAX TechnologyMinimizes CPR interruptions by allowing compressionsto continue during AED charging.CPR Countdown TimerProvides direction for length of hands-on time for eachCPR period based on system protocol.ProgrammableAdjust settings to match your team’s CPR andresuscitation protocols.Easy-To-Use AEDLoud voice prompts and on-screen graphics provideguidance on applying electrodes and initiating a shock.
5 LIFEPAK 1000cprMAX TechnologyThe 1000 features our exclusive cprMAX technology, which gives you the flexibility tochoose CPR settings that best accommodate your patient and CPR protocolrequirements. The pre-shock CPR option allows adjustment of the CPR intervalprior to the first shock, making the 1000 the only device that minimizes pre-shockpauses by allowing providers to continue compressions while the AED charges.Recently published clinical data shows a relationship between increased compressionfraction and survival to hospital discharge, and the 2010 AHA Guidelines place astrong emphasis on high-quality CPR.1 With the LIFEPAK 1000, you have morecontrol over the CPR you provide in lifesaving settings than ever before.LIFEPAK TOUGH Built for the harshest environments, the LIFEPAK 1000 is the toughest, most durableAED from Physio-Control. The device itself withstands rigorous drop-testing fromany angle, and is enclosed in a highly protective case with bumpers. In addition,the 1000 has received an IP55 rating—the highest available AED rating signifyingprotection from external elements.360 JoulesLike every LIFEPAK defibrillator from Physio-Control, the 1000 can escalate energyup to 360J. Studies show that for difficult-to-defibrillate patients, repeating 200Jshocks yields significantly lower VF termination rates.2,3 And the 2010 AHA Guidelinesnote that rescuers may consider using escalating energy up to 360J if initial shocksat a lower dose aren’t working.4ALS Hand-offThe LIFEPAK 1000 is simple to use for any trained responder, but it also providesan easy, highly compatible transition to ALS care teams. The shock counter on the1000 gives next level care teams insight into treatment provided. It has an available3-lead ECG. And its electrodes are the same ones used on LIFEPAK ALS monitors—the brand of choice for more EMS teams across the country.
Getting responders readywith training tools.Whether you are choosing the 1000 for the first time—or are adding new options—your Physio-Control representative will provide the introductory training you needto get the most from your LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator. Additional training solutionsare also available.Trainer 1000With the same screen messages, audible tones and voice prompts as those foundin the 1000, the Trainer 1000 provides realistic training without live energy. It helpsguide users through simulated analysis, energy delivery and prompted CPR intervals—without taking your LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator out of service for hands-on training.Includes simulated cprMAX technology.Training Simulation PackageFor use with your LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator, this package includes a patient simulator,spare battery and training electrodes, all at an affordable price. Without purchasinga separate training unit, responders can hone their AED skills, practice recognizingand responding to different ECG rhythms, and learn about the advanced capabilitiesof the 1000 with live-switching from ECG Monitoring Mode to Manual Mode.Committed to ServiceWith the largest and best-trainednetwork of technical service representatives in the industry, Physio-Controlproudly takes the lead in offeringLIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator customersbest-in-class technical support for theirdevices. On call 24-hours a day, 7-daysa week in North America, our agentsstrive to return every phone call withintwo hours, working with you to quicklyassess your particular problem and findthe best solution. Our Redmond,Washington-based technical supportcenter is also available to trouble-shootproblems by phone.AED ChallengeAn interactive, online refresher training tool for LIFEPAK automated external defibrillators, AED Challenge enables you to stay up-to-speed with your AED/CPR skills whenand where you choose. Real-life scenarios give you regular practice and immediatefeedback, and administrators can adjust and track training with the included learningmanagement tools. AHA 2010 Guidelines consistent.Meets your NeedsThe flexible LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator from Physio-Control is your chance to give first responders exactly thelifesaving device they need—and give advanced responders the information and capabilities they can use tochange outcomes for patients.Contact your Physio-Control sales representative or call 1.800.442.1142 to find out more.
7 LIFEPAK 1000HospitalsThe LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator can be an important part of a comprehensive AED solution for your facility. Contact us for a free Heart SafeHospital Assessment and see how the 1000 can be a part of acomprehensive AED solution for your facility. We’ll analyze yourexisting equipment and resuscitation practices and recommendsteps for aligning your cardiac response with the latest guidelinesand clinical evidence—including AHA.
Physio-Control Family of ProductsDefibrillators/MonitorsLIFEPAK CR Plus Automated External Defibrillator (AED)Featuring the same advanced technology trusted by emergency medical professionals—yet simple touse—the fully automatic LIFEPAK CR Plus AED is designed specifically for the first person to respond to avictim of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).LIFEPAK 15 Monitor/DefibrillatorThe LIFEPAK 15 monitor/defibrillator is the standard in emergency care for ALS teams who wantthe most clinically innovative, operationally effective and LIFEPAK TOUGH device available today.The 15 offers sophisticated clinical technologies with a rich array of features—like the most powerfulescalating energy available (up to 360J), advanced monitoring parameters and a completely upgradableplatform.LIFEPAK 20e Defibrillator/Monitor with CodeManagement Module Clinically advanced and packed with power, the LIFEPAK 20e defibrillator/monitor is highly intuitive forfirst responders, and also skillfully combines AED function with manual capability so that ACLS-trainedclinicians can quickly and easily deliver advanced therapeutic care. The CodeManagement Module addswaveform capnography and wireless connectivity to enhance your hospital’s ability to effectively manageresuscitations from preparedness through review.CPR AssistanceLUCAS 2 Chest Compression SystemDesigned to provide effective, consistent and uninterrupted compressions according to AHA Guidelines,LUCAS can be used on adult patients in out-of-hospital and hospital settings.TrueCPR Coaching DeviceTrueCPR helps your team optimize their manual CPR performance using simple real-time and postevent feedback on the most critical resuscitation parameters. It accurately measures compression depththrough proprietary Triaxial Field Induction technology.Data SolutionsLIFENET SystemThe LIFENET System provides EMS and hospital care teams with reliable, quick access to clinical information through a secure, web-based platform, helping to improve patient care, flow and operational efficiency.CODE-STAT Data Review SoftwareCODE-STAT data review software is a retrospective analysis tool that provides easy access to data, reportsand post-event review.
9 DEFIBRILLATORAll specifications are at 20 C unless otherwise specified.Waveform: Biphasic truncated exponential with voltage and duration compensationfor patient impedance*.Energy Sequence: User configurable, 150 joules–360 joules. Default energy outputsettings are 200, 300, 360 joules. 360 joules for every shock thereafter.Charge Time: With new, nonrechargeable battery pack; 200 joules in less than7 seconds (360 joules in less than 12 seconds).3-Wire (Lead II) Monitoring Capability: (If ECG display option purchased). Requirespurchase of 3-wire (Lead II) monitoring cable and LIFE-PATCH electrodes.Device Software: Field upgradeable.Infant/Child Reduced Energy Defibrillation Electrodes: Reduces selected energyby a factor of 4. Intended for use only with children up to 8 years of age or 25 kg (55 lbs).Safety Classification: Internally powered equipment IEC 60601-1.Electrical Protection: Input protected against high voltage defibrillator pulsesper IEC 60601-1.*Voltage compensation is limited to the voltage that would result in delivery of 360 joulesinto 50 ohms.DEVICE SETTINGSModes: AED – Provides operating capability for basic users. Manual – Provides operating capability for advanced users. ECG – Provides ECG display capability with 3-wire ECG cable. Setup – Allows user to configure the device. Data Transfer – Allows user to transfer patient data. Auto Test – Provides daily automatic tests of hardware and software.Controls: On/Off, Shock, Menu, Two (2) configurable soft keys.User Defined Options: Device ID – Assigns unique identifier to particular device. Energy Sequence – User configurable from 150 to 360 joules. Flexible Energy – Increases only after a lower energy was unsuccessful. Auto Analyze – User can configure device to auto analyze, auto analyze afterfirst shock, or prompt user to push analyze key before each analysis period. CPR Time – (Post shock or after no shock advised) – User configurable –15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, 180 seconds. Device Date/Time Voice Prompt Volume – Allows user to change speaker volume. ECG Display – (If option purchased) – Turns display on/off for AED mode. Motion Detection – User defined On/Off (default On). Service Alert – Audio alarm if the device needs servicing. Configurable on/off. Manual Access – (If ECG display option purchased) – Devices configured with an ECGdisplay may be set up to allow user to initiate a charge and shock without analysis. cprMAX Technology Settings: Initial CPR – User defined time for CPR after first analysis regardless of analysis decision.Can be set to OFF, 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120 and 180 seconds. Pre-shock CPR – Allows for CPR while device is charging. Can be set to OFF, 15,or 30 seconds. Stacked Shocks – (ON/OFF) When Off, allows for provision of CPR after each shock. Pulse Check – (Always, After Every NSA, After Second NSA, Never) Allows device toprompt for a pulse check either after each shock, after every NSA pulse check, or neverprompt for a pulse check (default Never).DISPLAYBacklit LCD displays number of shocks delivered, elapsed time, text and graphicsof heart rhythm and optional ECG.Size: 120mm (4.7 in) x 89 mm (3.5 in).Frequency Response: 0.55 Hz to 21 Hz (-3 dB), nominalECG Option: Waveform Sweep Speed – 25 mm/sec for ECG, nominal. Waveform Viewing Time – Minimum 4 seconds. Waveform Amplitude – 1 cm/mV, nominal. Heart Rate – 20 to 300 BPM digital display, Display “---” if heart rate is less than20 bpm. Heart symbol flashes for each QRS detection.ECG information is received from the adult and Infant/Child electrodes in anteriorlateral or anterior-posterior positions. A 3-wire cable can be used for ECG monitoring(Lead II).ENVIRONMENTALOne Hour Operating Temperature (from room temperature to temperature extreme,one hour duration): -20 to 60 C (-4 to 140 F).Operating Temperature: 0 to 50 C (32 to 122 F).Storage Temperature: -30 to 60 C (-22 to 144 F) with battery and electrodes(maximum exposure limited to 7 days).Atmospheric Pressure: 575 hPa to 1060 hPa (4572 to -382 meters; 15,000to -1253 feet).Relative Humidity: 5 to 95% (non-condensing).Dust/Water Resistance: IP55 with battery and REDI-PAK electrodes installed (IEC60529/EN 60529).Bump: 15 g, 1000 bumps (IEC 600-68-2-29).Shock: 40 g peak, 15-23 ms, 45 Hz cross over frequency.Drop: 1 meter drop on each corner, edge and surface (MIL-STD-810F, 516.5,Procedure IV).Vibration: Random vibration test – MIL-STD-810F, Method 514.5, Category 20;Ground vehicle 3.15 g rms 1 hour per axis.EMI: Radiated – IEC 60601-2-4, IEC60601-1-2, CISPR 11 Class B Group 1. Immunity – IEC 60601-2-4, IEC 60601-1-2; IEC 61000-4-2 (Level 4), IEC 61000-4-3, IEC61000-4-6, IEC 61000-4-8.EVENT DOCUMENTATION AND COMMUNICATIONMemory Capacity: Dual patient storage. Minimum 40 minutes ECG for current patient.Summarized data for previous patient.Report Types: Continuous ECG, summary (critical resuscitation events and associatedwaveforms), event log report (report of time stamped entries reflecting operator anddevice activity), test log report (self test activity report).Capacity: Minimum 100 time stamped event log entries.Data Review: CODE-STAT 6.1 Medical Informatics System, DT Express 2.1 InformationManagement System or higher.Communications: Infrared wireless transfer to personal computer.BATTERY AND READINESS DISPLAYNote: See operating instructions for information on battery care.Nonrechargeable Battery: Type – Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO 2), 12.0 V, 4.5 Ah Capacity – Typically will provide 440 200-joule discharges or 1030 minutesof operating time with a new battery (370 200-joule shocks or 900 minutes ofoperating time at 0 C (32 F)). Weight – 0.45 kg (1.0 lb) Shelf Life – (prior to installation) After the battery is stored for 5 years at 20 to 30 C,the device will provide 48 months of standby life. Standby Life – A new battery provides device power for 5 years. Low Battery Indicator – At least 30 200-joule shocks or 75 minutes of operating timeremain when low battery is first indicated.Rechargeable Battery: Type – Lithium-ion, 11.1 V, 4.8 Ah, 53 Wh Capacity – Typically will provide 261 200-joule discharges or 608 minutesof operating time with a new fully-charged battery (247 200-joule shocks or576 minutes of operating time at 0 C (32 F)). Battery Charging Time – Within 4.5 hours Weight – 0.45 kg (1.0 lb), maximum Standby Life – A new fully-charged battery provides device power for 6 months. Low Battery Indicator – At least 30 200-joule shocks or 75 minutes of operating timeremain when low battery is first indicated.Battery Charger: Supported Battery – Lithium-ion Rechargeable Battery, 11.1 V, 4.8 Ah, 53 Wh Electrical – External Power Supply: 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz Temperature – Operating: 0 C to 40 C; Storage: -30 C to 70 C Charge Time – Within 4.5 hours Charge – Constant Current/Constant Voltage within temperature limits Length – 270 mm Width – 97 mm Height – 92 mm Weight – 0.5 kgPHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICSHeight: 8.7 cm (3.4 in).Width: 23.4 cm (9.2 in).Depth: 27.7 cm (10.9 in).Weight: 3.2 kg (7.1 lbs) with one set of REDI-PAK electrodes and onenonrechargeable battery.LIFEPAK 1000SPECIFICATIONS
REFERENCES1 Christenson J, et al. Chest Compression Fraction Determines Survival in Patients with Out-of-Hospital Ventricular Fibrillation. Circulation. 2009; 120: 1241-1247.2 Stiell, I., et al. (2007). “The BIPHASIC Trial: A randomized comparison of fixed lower versus escalating higher energy levels for defibrillation in out-of-hospitalcardiac arrest.” Circulation. 115: 1511-1517.3 Koster RW, et al., Recurrent ventricular fibrillation during advanced life support care of patients with prehospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 2008; 78: 252-257.4 2010 American Heart Association guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiac care science. Circulation. 2010.All claims valid as of June 2015. 2015 Physio-Control, Inc. Specifications subject to change without notice.GDR 3303851 D
The flexible LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator from Physio-Control is your chance to give first responders exactly the lifesaving device they need—and give advanced responders the information and capabilities they can use to change outcomes for patients. Contact your Physio-Control sales representative or call 1.800.442.1142 to find out more.