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BEXEN CARDIO REANIBEX 100

Automated External Defibrillator

 

READY FOR LIFE – FEEL CARDIOPROTECTED

 

The REANIBEX 100 is an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), portable and lightweight ideal for rapid provision of the first treatment to patients suffering a sudden cardiac arrest.

 

Made with the latest technologies in the field of defibrillation (biphasic waveform), incorporates audible user guidance instructions to guide the user through the entire procedure of resuscitation, which makes its use requires minimal training.

Very easy to use.

Featuring:

  •  Options:
  1. Semiautomatic
  2. Fully – Automatic
  • Biphasic up to 200 J
  • Universal AED algorithm for adult and paediatric patients
  • Energy delivered : Configurable 150-200 Joules for adults and 50 – 90 Joules for paediatric patients
  • Audible  prompts to guide users through complete operation sequence.
  • Alerts about the the battery and pads status
  • Lithium battery with more than 350 discharges of capacity
  • Configured according to ERC/AHA guidelines 2021
  • Automatic daily selftest ensure the devices continual readiness
  • CPR Metronome with feedback
  • Portable and lightweight for easy transport in any situation
  • Rugged and durable for any environment IP55
  • USB Sync:  PC application to synchronize the device with the Reanibex Data Net application
  • NFC Reader:  NFC application for Android devices to check the information and status of the device and its accessories (optional).
  • Reanibex Data Net:  Web application for downloading, reproducing, storing and reviewing recorded episodes (optional)
  • https://www.bexencardio.com/

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