Symbio Rhythm Simulator



Overview
  • 11 rhythms for defibrillator training
  • 6 rhythms for pacing
  • Capture during pacing
  • High-capacity discharge load - you can shock according to protocol
  • Visual indicator of energy delivered of 50 joules or more
  • Defibrillate/Cardiovert into waiting rhythm
  • Color-coded ECG snaps
  • Patient connection and 10 connectors provide true 12-Lead analysis and interpretation
  • Additional arrhythmias include: Anterior ST Depression, Acute Anterior Wall MI with PVCs, Sinus Tachycardia with Right Bundle Branch Block, Inferior ST Elevations, plus more.

Runs off 4 AA batteries.



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