The Philips HeartStart FR2 AED defibrillator is designed for simple, reliable use by trained responders. Intuitive design, pad placement diagram on front and a streamlined interface make this a perfect option for BLS users in public spaces, like universities and businesses. Its rugged, weatherproof design protects the unit from wet conditions and ease of use create a situation that supports better outcomes for cardiac patients
The HeartStart FR2 comes in two models, one with a text display and the other incorporates an ECG display into the text display. These tough, compact units are easy to use for BLS responders and help cardiac patients get critical prehospital treatment.
- AED Mode easily guides BLS users safely and effectively through the defibrillation process
- Unit prompts user to take specific actions when necessary
- Automatically analyzes the patient’s heart rhythm and advises user whether or not the rhythm is shockable
- Automatically arms the Shock button, when necessary, and instructs BLS user to press it to deliver a shock
- Biphasic truncated exponential pulse
- Suitable for Adults
- Not suitable for Pediatric or Neonatal patients
- Tough and transport-ready for easy treatment of cardiac patients
- Rugged, weatherproof design protects unit when operating in wet conditions.
- Data Card allows expanded memory, in addition to internal memory.
- Patient data can be exported to a PC and analyzed, archived, or stored using CODERUNNER software on a compatible computer
Why choose A Biomedical Service as your Refurbishing Partner?
Beyond significant cost savings and a sound capital equipment investment strategy, A Biomedical Service believes your patients and medical staff deserve access to the highest quality, most reliable medical equipment. We're committed to delivering the level of excellence your facility needs to achieve its patient care and asset management goals.
We aren't simply your refurbishment company, we're your partners in managing capital equipment investment along every step of a piece of equipment's lifecycle.
Refurbished Equipment vs. Certified Used
What's the difference between a piece of used medical equipment that's been refurbished compared to one that's certified used?
Refurbished equipment and certified used equipment are both thoroughly cleaned and sterilized. Their sensitive data is properly disposed of and we make sure the equipment works the way the original manufacturer intended it to perform.
Refurbished Medical Equipment
A machine that's Refurbished goes through a rigorous process that takes each piece of equipment back to the original OEM specifications. Our in-house biomedical engineers are certified, experienced, and the best in the business.
Every item that needs to be restored is torn down to its component blocks, fully tested, and visually inspected. Using OEM parts, highly-trained Biomed engineers identify and replace components that have failed or are likely to fail. Think of it as a tuneup for used medical equipment.
If there's any damage to the case, it will be repainted or replaced. After reassembly, every unit is tested to make sure it meets stringent manufacturer requirements.
Certified Used Medical Equipment
Certified Used machines are also cleaned and sterilized. Their sensitive data is secured and legally disposed of. Our talented BMETs perform a series of thorough preventative maintenance procedures and test the units to make sure they meet OEM standards for operation. In this case, not all replacement parts may be OEM, however, the units will still reliably perform to original manufacturer specifications.
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Our goal is to make the asset end-of-lifecycle process as painless as possible, get you the best price for your equipment, and help you dispose of unwanted medical equipment in an ecologically responsible way.
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Refurbished & Used Certified with a Limited 1 year warranty
- Height: 2.6 in (6.6 cm)
- Width: 8.6 in (21.8 cm)
- Depth: 8.6 in (21.8 cm)
- Weight: 4.7 lbs (2.1 kg)
- Semiautomatic/Advisory AED Mode: Provides BLS users with the necessary tools to provide lifesaving treatment, voice and message prompts help user through defibrillation process with ease. Not intended for pediatric/infant use.
- Internal Battery Type: Lithium Manganese Dioxide
- Rechargeable: No; Disposable, recyclable, long-life, primary cell
- Volatage: 12 VDC, 4.2 Ah
- Capacity: 300 shocks or 12 hours operating time
- Type: High-resolution Backlit LCD
- Screen Size: 2.3" x 2.8" (5.8 cm x 7 cm)
- Sweep Speed (if available): 23 mm/s nominal
- Waveform: Biphasic truncated exponential. Waveform parameters are automatically adjusted as a functin of patient defibrillation impedance.
- Energy:: 150 J nominal (Delivered into 50 ohm load.)
- Charge Time: Less than 10 seconds with a new fully charged battery. Depleted batteries will result in a longer defibrillator charge time.
- Charge Controls: Controlled by Patient Analysis System for semi-automatic operation. Can be programmed for manual initiation using advanced mode of the M3860A.
- Electric Pads: Defibrillation pads are placed in the anterior-anterior (Lead II) position
- Shock-to-Shock Cycle Time: <20 s typical, including analysis, in AED mode
- Monitored Lead: ECG information transmitted via Lead II electrode
- Pacemaker Detection: On detection of a pacemaker (in advanced mode only), provides screen display of PACEMAKER DETECTED alert, and M3860A includes pacemaker artifact in ECG display. In both models, pacemaker artifact is removed from the signal for rhythm analysis.
- Bandwidth: Nondiagnostic rhythm monitor 1 Hz to 20 Hz (-3 dB), nominal
- Function: Evaluates impedance of defibrillation pads for proper contact with patient skin, and evaluates the ECG rhythm and signal quality to determine if a shock is appropriate.
- Protocols: Follows pre-programmed settings to match local EMS guidelines or medical protocols. The settings can be modified using the setup options.
- Shockable Rhythms: Ventricular fibrillation (VF) and certain ventricular tachycardias, including ventricular flutter and polymorphic ventricular tachycardia (VT). The HEARTSTREAM FR2 uses multiple parameters to determine if a rhythm is shockable.
- Asystole:On detection of asystole, provides CPR prompt at programmed interval.
DATA MANAGEMENT & COMMUNICATION
- Internal Memory: Summary data for incidents is automatically recorded in internal memory while you're using the unit.
- Data Card Slot: Can be used to store several hours of detailed incident data, including events and ECG
- Data Review: Stored data can be reviewed and archived on a properly equipped PC using CODERUNNER software. Works for both internal and externally stored patient data.
- Operating Temperature: 0 to 50˚C
- Relative Humidity (Operating): 0 to 95%, non-condensing
- Altitude: Meets MIL-810E 500.3, Procedure II (-500 feet to 15,000 feet)