The Physio-Control LifePak 12 is a tough powerhouse defibrillator/monitor that features multi-parameter therapeutic and diagnostic functions into one easy to use, portable device.
The large, easy-to-read screen shows graphics, prompts, ECG, NBP, SpO2, EtCO2, CO2, ST (Segment Monitoring), Heart Rate, and Invasive Pressure (2 channels).
When in AED mode, users have access to the patented Shock Advisory System (SAS) that helps caregivers utilize a software algorithm to analyze the patient's ECG and indicate when a shockable rhythm is detected.
With a host of user-friendly features, patient support options, and powerful data transmission abilities, the Physio-Control LifePak 12 sets the standard for prehospital 12-lead ECG monitoring and transmission and can help improve cardiac patient outcomes.
- Transmit 12-lead ECGs from the field to improve patient outcomes
- LIFENET® STEMI Management offers seamless, secure ECG data exchange between prehospital, ED, & PCI centers
- CODE-STAT™ 7.0 Data Review Software with Advanced CPR Analytics annotates chest compressions onto ECG reports for AHA compliance
- DT EXPRESS™ data transfer software runs on Windows & lets you add critical event/waveform data to PCs
- Generously sized screen makes it easy to scan clutter-free waveforms and monitoring data
- AED/Manual Mode
- Microstream® capnography technology and FilterLine® accessories for EtC02 monitoring in both intubated and nonintubated patients.
- MASIMO SET® pulse oximetry provides accurate and stable O2 saturation monitoring
- ST monitoring feature alerts you to changes in patient’s ST measurement
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.
Need to sell your old medical equipment?A Biomedical Service is always looking to buy used or pre-owned medical equipment. We have a friendly, experienced purchasing department that would love to help walk you through the asset disposal process.
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.
If you're interested in selling your used medical equipment to A Biomedical Service, contact us here or give us a call at +1-800-910-1422, Monday through Saturday, 8 AM - 6 PM PDT. We look forward to talking to you!
Refurbished & Used Certified with a Limited 1 year warranty
- Height: 3.4 in (8.7 cm)
- Width: 9.2 in (23.4 cm)
- Depth: 10.9 in (22.7 cm)
- Weight: 7.1 lbs (3.2 kg)
- AED with Shock Advisory System (SAS): Has all features of Manual Mode, except manual defibrillation, synchronous cardioversion, and pacing. Visual and audible prompts help easily guide user through defibrillation process.
- Manual Mode: Provides normal operating capability for AS (Advanced Life Support) users
- Setup Mode: Allows user to customize device for specific use
- Service Mode: Allows user to perform device diagnostic tests and calibrations
- Inservice Mode: Provides simulated waveforms for training and demonstration purposes
- Waveform: Biphasic Truncated Exponential with voltage and duration compensation for patient impedance
- Energy Accuracy: +1 Joule or 10% of setting, whichever is greater, into 50 ohms; +5%, whichever is greater, of 50 ohm value into 25 to 200 ohms
- Paddle Options: QUIK-COMBO pacing/defigrillation/ECG electrodes are standard; FAST-PATCH disposable defibrillation/ECG electrodes are optional; Standard Paddles are optional; Internal Handles with discharge control are optional; External Sterilizable Paddles are optional; Cable length is 2.4 m (8 ft) for QUIK-COMBO cables (not including electrode assembly)
- Manual Mode Specs:Energy Selection (Biphasic): 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20, 30 and 50 joules
Charge Time: Typical charge time to 360 J is less than 10 seconds
Synchrononous Cardioversion: Energy transfer begins within 60ms of the QRS peak
- AED Mode Specs:Shock Advisory System (SAS): an ECG analysis system
that advises the operator if the algorithm detects
a shockable or non-shockable ECG rhythm. SAS
acquires ECG via therapy electrodes only.
Shock Ready Time: Using a fully charged battery at normal room temperature, the device is ready to shock within 20 seconds if the initial rhythm finding is “Shock Advised”
Output Energy (Biphasic): User configurable, sequence of three sequential shock levels ranging from 150-360 joules (200 - 360 joules, Japan)
* Note: ±5% accuracy applies when disposable therapy electrodes are attached. Energy output is limited to the available energy which results in delivery of 360 joules into 50 ohms.
cprMAX technology setup options (items marked with * are default settings): • Stacked shocks: off*, on
• Initial CPR: off*, analyze first, CPR first
• Preshock CPR: off*, 15, 30 seconds
• Pulse check: never*, after second no shock advised, after every no shock advised, always
• CPR time 1 & 2: 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120*, 180 seconds, 30 minutes
- The device captures and stores patient data, events (including waveforms and annotations), user test results and continuous ECG waveform records in internal memory. The user can select and print reports and transfer the stored information via an internal modem through landline or mobile phones.
- Report Types: Three format types of CODE SUMMARY™ critical event record (short, medium and long)
• Initial ECG (except short format)
• Automatic capture of vital signs measurements every 5 minutes
• 3-channel or 4-channel 12-lead ECG report
• Continuous waveform records (transfer only)
• Trend Summary – includes patient information, vital signs log and vital signs graphs
• Vital Signs – includes patient information, event and vital signs log
• Snapshot – includes patient information and 8 seconds of ECG captured at the time of transmission
- Capacity: Minimum 100 time-stamped event log entries
- Memory Capacity: Two full-capacity patient records that include: CODE SUMMARY critical event record – up to 100 single waveform events and Continuous Waveform – 45-minute continuous ECG record
- Communications: This device is capable of transferring data records via internal modem, external EIA/TIA modem, cellular modem or serial connection
• Bluetooth wireless data transfer to cell phone to LIFENET RS receiving station
• Supports EIA/TIA-602 compatible modems using Xon/Xoff or RTS/CTS flow control at 9600 to 38400 bps
• EIA/TIA-RS232E compatible at 9600, 19200, 38400 and 57600 bps
• Group III, Class 2 or 2.0 fax
- User selectable LCD contrast displays a minimum of 4 seconds of ECG and alphanumerics for values, device instructions and prompts. User has the option to display one or two additional waveforms.
- LCD: Liquid Crystal Display, 5.5" x 4.2" (14.08 cm x 10.56 cm), EL: 6.5 " (16.51 cm) x 4.9" (12.38 cm)
- Resolution: LCD:640 x 480 black and white/ EL: 640 x 480 amber and black
- Waveform Display Sweep Speed: 25 mm/sec for ECG and 12.5 mm/sec for CO2
- Prompts: Configurable voice and message prompts used for selected warnings and alarms.
- Cable Options: 3-wire cable for 3-lead ECG monitoring; 5-wire cable fo 7-lead monitoring; 10-wire cable for 12-lead acquisition. When chest electrodes are removed, the 10-wire cable acts as a 4-wire cable.
- Paddle/Electrode Options: Standard paddles or QUIK-COMBO pacing/ defibrillation/ECG electrodes or FAST-PATCH® disposable defibrillation/ECG electrodes are used for paddles lead monitoring
- ECG Size: 4, 3, 2.5, 2, 1.5, 1, 0.5, 0.25 cm/mV (fixed at 1 cm/mV for 12-lead)
- Heart Rate Display: 20 - 300 bpm
- Continuous Patient Surveillance System (CPSS): In advisory mode while Shock Advisory System™ is not active, CPSS monitors the patient, via paddles or Lead II ECG, for potentially shockable rhythms
- Uses MASIMO SET sensors
- Saturation Range: 1 - 100%
- Saturation Accuracy: (70–100%) (0–69% unspecified)
- Pulse Rate Range: 25-240 pulses per minute
- Uses Oscillometric measurement
- Systolic Pressure Range: 30-245 mmHg
- Diastolic Pressure Range: 12-210 mmHg
- Units: mmHg & kPa
- Mean Arterial Pressure Range: 20-225 mmHg
- Pulse Rate Range: 30-200 pulses per minute
- Diagnostic: 0.05 to 150Hz or 0.05 to 40Hz (user configurable)
- Monitor: 0.67 to 40Hz or 1 to 30Hz (user configurable)
- Paddles: 2.5-30 Hz
- Analog ECG Output: 0.67 to 32Hz (except 2.5 to 30Hz for Paddles ECG and 1.3 to 23Hz for 1 to 30Hz monitor frequency response)
- Pacing Mode: Demand or non-demand rate and current defaults (user configurable)
- Pacing Rate: 40-170 ppm
- Rate Accuracy: +/- 1.5% over entire range
- Output Waveform: Monophasic, truncated exponential current pulse (20 + 1ms)
- Output Current: 0-200 mA
- Pause: Pacing pulse frequency reduced by a factor of 4 when activated.
- Refractory Period: 200 to 300ms +/-3% (function of rate)
AC POWER ADAPTER
- Dimensions: 22.7 x 16.8 cm (10.9 x 6.6 in)
- Weight: <2.3 kg (<5 lbs), including cables
- Charge Time (with fully depleted battery):
FASTPAK and FASTPAK 2: 1.5 hours
LIFEPAK NiCd: 2.1 hours
LIFEPAK NiCd: 3.0 hours
LIFEPAK SLA: 6 hours typical, 12 hours maximum
- AC Input: Accepts line power from both: 90 to 264VAC, 47 to 63Hz (domestic/international)108 to 118VAC, 380 to 420Hz (military)
- Fuses: Two 250V fuses (100 to 200V: T5A; 220 to 240V: T2.5A) in the power input module
- Battery Only Configuration: Choice of NiCd (FASTPAK® battery, FASTPAK 2 battery, LIFEPAK NiCd battery) or SLA (LIFEPAK SLA battery)
• Dual battery capability
• Optional external AC Power Adapter
• Batteries charge while device operates from Power Adapter
- Battery Operating Time: Varies depending on battery and display type used. In general, you can expect:
• Monitoring Only:NiCd: 81 - 220 minutes for typical use and 6 - 16 minutes after Low Battery Alarm sounds/SLA: 132 - 180 minutes for typical use and 10 - 16 minutes after Low Battery Alarm sounds
• Defibrillation (360 Joules): NiCd: 72 - 160 minutes for typical use and 7 - 14 minutes after Low Battery Alarm/SLA: 131 - 145 minutes for typical use and about 12 minutes after Low Battery Alarm sounds
• Monitoring and Pacing (minutes at 100ma, 60ppm): NiCd: 75 - 210 minutes for typical use and 6 - 18 minutes after Low Battery Alarm sounds
SLA: 122 - 170 minutes for typicall use and 10 - 14 minutes after Low Battery Alarm sounds
- Low Battery Alarm and Message: Low battery icon at top of display and low battery message in status area for each battery. When low battery is indicated, device autoswitches to second battery. When both batteries reach a low battery condition, there is a voice prompt to replace battery.
- Warmstart: With inadvertent loss of power (<30 seconds) device retains settings
- Service Indicator: Signals an error has been detected
- Operating Temperature: 0˚ to 50˚C (32˚ to 122˚F) SpO2: 5˚ to 45˚C (41˚ to 113˚F)
- Non-Operating Temperature: -20˚ to +60˚C (-4˚ to 140˚F) except therapy electrodes and batteries
- Relative Humidity (Operating): 5 to 95%, non-condensing
- Atmospheric Pressure (Operating): Ambient to 429mmHg (0 to 4572m) (0 to 15,000 ft)