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Nihon Kohden TEC 8300 DEFIB

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Nihon Kohden TEC 8300 DEFIB

TEC-8300 series

Our compact portable TEC-8300 series defibrillators are ideal for emergency use. Charging and recovery are quick. These devices support AED (automatic external defibrillator) mode, and are equipped with a high-resolution TFT colour display. SpO2 and CO2 measurement is supported.

Biphasic defibrillation:
TEC-8300 defibrillators enable defibrillation using a low-energy biphasic impulse curve. Defibrillation with a biphasic impulse curve takes less energy than the usual monophasic defibrillation, causing less damage to the cardiac muscle. Biphasic technology gives you better results in keeping patients from sudden cardiac arrest.

NIHON KOHDEN has used a special T circuit; this exclusive ActiBiphasic Technology* by NIHON KOHDEN improves on most conventional biphasic circuitry designs. In conventional biphasic circuits, when impedance is high, the pulse width becomes wider which reduces the efficiency of defibrillation. The NIHON KOHDEN T circuit actively controls the second phase pulse of the shock impulse, keeping a constant impulse curve.

*Patent pending

AED with voice prompt:
This unit supports AED (automatic extended defibrillation) using an adapter cable for optional disposable shock pads. As soon as the unit detects a defibrillated rhythm, the TEC-8300 will start to charge for hands-free defibrillation. A signal tone will sound to optimise resuscitation activity timing.
There is also a voice prompt module optionally available for less experienced users.

Multi-parameter monitoring (optional):
Optional extension module enables SpO2, CO2 and NIBP monitoring as additional parameters. Up to five traces can be shown at the same time on a brilliant TFT colour LCD display.

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