DFR-02


DFR-02 synchronized defibrillator-monitor


Function

The DFR-02 synchronized defibrillator-monitor with a bipolar pulse formation is designed to arrest heart rhythm disturbances with the help of an electric pulse, as well as for recording and indicating heart bioelectric potentials on the monitor. The product can be used both for resuscitation as well as for routine restoration of rhythm. The DFR-02 UOMZ defibrillator is intended mainly for hospitals, intensive care units, and cardiosurgery departments. The product can also be used in prehospital stages of medical care.

The DFR-02 UOMZ provides the formation of a bipolar therapeutically effective pulse of a minimal damaging effect (8 energy levels), as well as the removal of the ECG both from the defibrillation electrodes and at a separate channel from the ECG electrodes.


Advantages

  • Electrodes with different areas for adults and children
  • Backlit display
  • Built-in battery
  • Alarm system with different tone signals
  • The ECG channel protection system from the defibrillation pulse
  • Memory for storing 40 ECG fragments  featuring the result output to a PC
  • Thermal printer for printing a patient's cardiogram before and after defibrillation
  • Handy keyboard
  • Bipolar pulse form
  • Maintaining a standard pulse shape for any changes in patient resistance
  •  Built-in self-diagnosis


Specifications

AC power supply
  • (198.0 ... 242) V / (50 ± 0.5) Hz
  • power from built-in battery
Operation cycle
  • battery life 2 hours in monitor mode
  • the number of pulses of maximum energy when the battery is fully charged - at least 30
  • time of availability for service - no more than 5 s
  • recovery time after defibrillator discharge - no more than 3 s
  • accumulator charge time - up to 200 J - 12 s
Pulse shape
bipolar, trapezoidal
Energy levels
from 5 to 200 J (8 levels)
Working Hours
  • synchronized / asynchronous defibrillation
  • cardiomonitor mode (ECG reading)
ECG reading
  • from individual ECG electrodes (in 3 leads in series)
  • with defibrillation electrodes
The defibrillator measures
  • the patient's resistance, Ohm
  • heart rate , HR
Display
LCD display, 120x90 mm with adjustable contrast
Information on the display
  • date and time
  • battery condition
  • ECG scan
  • Heart rate and patient resistance
  • audible alarm switching
  • Enabling the ECG signal input from the electrodes for defibrillation
  • defibrillation pulse energy
  • mode of operation (synchronization / defibrillation)
Information on the printout
  • ECG
  • date, time
  • operating mode, print speed
  • preset energy, patient resistance
  • Name, age, diagnosis
The output of information on the PC is available
  • when using a defibrillator complete with a floppy disk and a cable for docking from a PC to RS 232
  • The "Memory" function activation is possible
  • Up to 40 ECG fragments can be archived
Electrodes
  • for adults with an area of 100 cm²
  • for children with an area of 100 cm²
Built-in battery voltage
12V