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Along with heart massage and artificial ventilators, defibrillation is one of the most important resuscitation procedures. It includes measures aimed at life-threatening cardiac arrhythmia therapy. It is a cardiac defibrillator that facilitates cardiac ventricles contractile activity restoration, as a result of which, a patient in clinical death condition is resuscitated.
In modern medical practice, two types of defibrillation are used:
Chemical. It is also called medication defibrillation. Nowadays, it is used extremely rarely because of the relatively low efficiency and high resuscitation measures duration.
Electrical. It is a more efficient method used to restore cardiovascular system normal functioning. It implies the use of a special machine that provides a short-term but powerful electric discharge. Passing through the heart muscle, this discharge restores its normal functioning.
To buy resuscitative equipment, it is worth focusing not only on low cost. It is also important to choose the device model that meets your clinic or hospital requirements. For instance, on the market, you can find:
Models with manual control. They are equipped with monitors and compact printers. The device is controlled manually, using dedicated keys. They are notable for a lower price than automatic and versatile counterparts.
Automatic devices. They can independently recognize patient’s heart rhythm abnormalities, prompting a doctor to perform a discharge.
Versatile models. They combine the automatic defibrillation functions with the possibility of manual control.
The equipment also differs in the defibrillating discharge shape. Manufacturers offer:
biphasic machines (considered to be more effective).
Operating conditions directly affect the choice of equipment. If the device is planned to be used within a medical institution, then it is worth choosing the devices with manual control. The automatic counterparts are more suitable for ambulances. They are designed mainly for operation when constant power source is not available.
When selecting a defibrillator, we recommend you to pay attention to:
additional and necessary functionality availability;
pediatric electrodes availability;
possibility to operate and recharge the device from external power sources;
battery charge efficiency, battery type used;
consumables and parts average cost and availability.
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