| The Cardiac Fibrillator provides
an adjustable alternating current to fibrillate the heart.
The patient electrode is of the 2-lead isolated type and can
be easily autoclaved/sterilised. The fibrillation current delivered
to the patient is controlled by a rotary potentiometer and displayed on
a panel meter. The current capacity is from 0 to 15 milli-Amperes
Fix the patient electrodes on the subject.
Switch on the power switch. Gradually increase the fibrillation current
control until it is enough for fibrillation. The panel meter will
read the fibrillation current in milli-amperes.
to 15 milli-amperes alternating current.
adjustment : By linear rotary potentiometer. Display on analog
2-Lead Isolated type suitable for open heart procedures. Can be autoclaved
220 or 110volts / 50cycles/1Amp
23 X 15 x 12 cms / 3 kgs.