Paramedic Automated External Defibrillator (AED) ER1


Paramedic CU-ER1

Paramedic CU-ER1 – this is an easy to use defibrillator with a LCD display. It runs in AED mode and acquires ECG signals and delivers the shock through disposable electrode pads. It is intended for use by emergency first responders.

Simple and Easy to use

The Paramedic CU-ER1 is a semi-automated external defibrillator (AED). If connected to a patient, it automatically acquires and analyzes the electrocardiogram (ECG) of the patient for the presence of Ventricular Fibrillation or Ventricular Tachycardia (also known as shockable rhythms).If a shockable rhythm is detected, the Paramedic CU-ER1 automatically charges itself and then prompts you to press the SHOCK button. When you press the SHOCK button after being prompted to press it, the Paramedic CU-ER1 delivers a defibrillating shock. After delivering a shock, the Paramedic CU-ER1 allows you to administer CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) according to the AHA 2005 Guidelines on CPR.

ECG monitoring (3 Lead ECG cable)

The Paramedic CU-ER1 may also be used for ECG monitoring only. To enter this mode, the ECG Monitoring Cable and Connector Assembly must be connected to it. In this mode, the Paramedic CU-ER1 only monitors the ECG and does not deliver a shock.

Intelligent Data Management Systems

The Paramedic CU-ER1 enables you to review the critical events and data acquired during a rescue or an ECG monitoring operation. The ECG of the patient and critical events (charging, shock delivery, etc.) are automatically recorded in the internal memory of the device. Voice recording may also be done if the optional removable flash memory card is used.The ECG data acquired by the Paramedic CU-ER1 may be reviewed and printed directly using the device or may be transferred to a personal computer for archiving, review, and printing.

Automatic and operator initiated Self-Test

The Paramedic CU-ER1 is easy to troubleshoot and maintain. It is programmed to conduct automatic Power On, Run Time, Daily, Weekly, and Monthly self-tests. During these tests, the critical subsystems of the device are tested for functionality. If a fault is detected, the device informs you of the fault through audible and visible indicators.