manual defibrillator


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manual defibrillator

A defibrillator that requires the operator to assess the need for defibrillation (by reviewing monitor data and the patient's clinical condition), select an energy level, charge the machine, and deliver shock.
See also: defibrillator
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Market size for External Defibrillators categories - Manual Defibrillators, Professional AED and Public Access AED.
The report provides value, in millions of US dollars, and volume (in units) and average price data (in US dollars), within market categories - Manual Defibrillators, Professional AED and Public Access AED.
The ISS has utilized manual defibrillators in the past, but NASA decided to now deploy an AED because it requires less training and maintenance, better enabling astronauts to respond to a medical emergency.
In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following markets: manual defibrillators and AEDs.
Physio-Control will be the world's leader in the $1 billion market for external defibrillation products, including automated external defibrillators (AEDs) and manual defibrillators used by hospitals and emergency response personnel.
com), "The World External Defibrillator Market," reveals that revenues in this industry (including automated and manual defibrillators, combined) totaled $737.
Unlike the manual defibrillators used by paramedics, physicians and other health care professionals, AEDs are programmed to automatically determine if a lifesaving shock is needed and to administer the shock when necessary.
2 percent despite continuous monitoring and ready access to trained personnel and standard manual defibrillators.