AED Hospital & AED in Public: What’s the Difference?
AEDs are automated external defibrillators that can be hung in public places for emergency use by non-professionals. They often have detailed operating instructions and are simple to operate, as many of the operations are performed by sensors and chip processors. They play a vital role in resuscitation and greatly enhance the efficiency of resuscitation. How are they different from AED hospitals? Mindray to introduce.
AED Hospital: Professional staff operation
The operation of medical instruments requires qualification. This medical defibrillator, after the electrodes are connected to the patient, is to be operated according to the situation displayed by the ECG monitor at that time.
Different ECG conditions require the selection of different operating modes, different defibrillation energies, operating techniques, and procedures are required, and other damages and accidents can occur if you are not careful.
For example, if the heart does not stop, you cannot just shock; for example, if the mode is ventricular tachycardia, it requires “synchronization”, and if it is ventricular fibrillation, it requires “asynchronous”.
Also, the defibrillation energy selected is different for different types of devices. All of these require the judgment of a professionally trained physician on the spot to implement.
AED in public: Easy to use by non-professionals
The AED device is equipped with an easy-to-use system and a developed sensor system with automatic ECG recognition and voice prompts for operation. The operator only needs to apply the electrode sheet to the designated area and operate according to the voice prompts. Among them, Mindray’s AED products featured high-quality and stable working status.