An Introduction to Defibrillation and Transcutaneous Pacing
Day two

An Introduction to Defibrillation and Transcutaneous Pacing.

Defibrillators have an important role to play in providing the necessary intervention required for successful CPR procedures.

Advancements in technology have given emergency medical services staff the tools to deliver advanced life support solutions, reducing potentially fatal outcomes. AEDs are also improving out-of-hospital cardiac arrest outcomes, and can be found globally in most public places for layman’s use.

Rigel UniPulse 400However, defibrillators are hazardous medical devices, and are certainly not without risk.

With this in mind, regular performance and safety tests of defibrillators will further improve patient safety, by ensuring the devices meet manufacturers’ specifications, are accurate, and meet their intended purpose of use.

The workshop will cover:
-A brief history of defibrillation
-The heart and ECG
-Defibrillator devices
-Transcutaneous pacing
-Testing a defibrillator – A typical PM test using the Rigel UniPulse 400

Michael Walton, MSc., Medical Category Manager, Rigel Medical

Who is Rigel Medical?
With more than 35 years of experience, Rigel Medical has secured its place as a leading expert in biomedical test equipment.
Rigel works closely with its customers to ensure its comprehensive range of test equipment is perfectly suited to their needs, developing devices that are simple and effective.
Visit stand G05 and find out about the easy-to-use UniPulse 400 defibrillator analyser with pacer functionality, and full range of biomedical test devices.

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