Facilitates Start of Suitable Patient Care
You can take the compact defibrillator with you quickly to the emergency site. It can ideally be combined with a ventilator on a portable system. This is because in an emergency, ventilation and inhalation functions may be required as well as monitoring and defibrillation. With MEDUCORE Standard² and MEDUMAT Standard², you have the functions of both devices on one portable system.
The user interface for all other WEINMANN devices has also been applied to the MEDUCORE Standard². The start menu appears immediately after the device has been switched on with quick selection for the predefined patient groups – adults, children, and infants. Suitable presettings are loaded depending on the age of the patient.
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- Intuitive user interface with clearly structured controls
- Start menu with quick selection according to the patient group
- Quick switching between curve view and parameter view
- Can be combined with MEDUMAT ventilators and oxygen cylinders on LIFE-BASE portable systems
- 6-lead ECG
- SpO2 measurement and non-invasive blood pressure measurement (NIBP)
- AED mode and manual mode
- Reliable monitoring: 3-curve display and professional alarm system
- Night colors
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|Dimensions:||242 mm x 137 mm x 130 mm|
|Weight:||Approx. 2.6 kg|
|Temperature (operating conditions):||-20 °C to +50 °C|
|Height above sea level (operating conditions):||-500 m to 5 000 m|
Degree of protection against:|
- Ingress of solid foreign bodies
- Ingress of dust
- Ingress of water with harmful effect
|Resistance to shock and vibration:||
MIL-STD 810 G
|Power supply:||12 to 15 V or 100 to 240 V / 50 to 60 Hz with external power supply unit|
|Battery runtime (typically):||Approx. 5.5 h|
Manual mode including Cardioversion|
1 to 200 J|
|Further standards used:||
MIL-STD 810 G
EUROCAE ED-14G (RTCA DO 160 G)
Guides You Through the Resuscitation Procedure
AED mode is aimed at less proficient users. After selecting the patient group and pressing the AED function button, the device performs a cardiac rhythm analysis and then informs the user via voice or text output of whether a shock is required.
To initiate a shock, all you need to do is press the shock button. Then the device guides the user through cardiopulmonary resuscitation in line with the guidelines.
For Patient Monitoring
In monitor mode, in each case two out of six Einthoven and Goldberger ECG curves, and the plethysmogram, are displayed at the same time. You can easily select which two ECG curves you want to see using the function button. The amplitude and feed rate of the ECG curves can be adjusted. You can still keep an eye on the vital signs: heart rate, pulse rate, oxygen saturation, and blood pressure.
For Non-invasive Blood Pressure Measurement
Non-invasive blood pressure measurement can be carried out as a single measurement or at intervals. The current measurement results as well as the last three measurement results including the respective time are displayed.
The vein compression function (iv) means you can use the blood pressure cuff as a tourniquet. You can inflate the cuff to the perfect pressure for vein constriction to puncture peripheral venous vessels at the touch of a button.
Parameter View and Curve View
The requirements for patient monitoring can vary. In some situations, it is very useful to be able to read the vital signs easily from a distance. During patient transport, for example, when the user is strapped into the vehicle. The large symbols and numerals to display the heart rate, pulse rate, oxygen saturation, and blood pressure can still be read easily in the parameter view, even from a few meters away.
You can switch between the curve and parameter view at the click of a button, even when in use. If you need the ECG leads for diagnostics and you want to see the oxygen saturation over time, select the curve view.
Sensor connecting sockets which cannot be mixed up and can be preconnected, accessible from the front
Robust, Compact Housing
Designed to stand up to the toughest conditions in emergency use, with minimal weight
Professional Alarm System
With large and bright LED light, adjustable alarm limits, alarm muting and alarm canceling
For up to 5.5 hours of monitoring or approx. 350 shock deliveries of 200 J
High-resolution Color Display
With an innovative color concept for visualizing the most important vital parameters in the curve and parameter views, also includes a night view
Thanks to clear function keys, navigation knob and simple menu structure