HeartStart MRx Monitor/Defibrillator for emergency care

HeartStart MRx

Monitor/Defibrillator for emergency care

Rugged, reliable, and easy-to-use, the HeartStart MRx with the DXL 12-Lead ECG algorithm, provides industry-leading patient monitoring capabilities, exceptional diagnostic measurements, proven resuscitation therapies, and CPR guidance.

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Environmental & physical requirements
Solids/Water resistance
Operating temperature
0º - 45º C (32º - 113º F) ° C/° F
Storage temperature
-20 - 70º C (-4º - 158º F) ° C/° F
Operating humidity
0% to 95% relative %
Operating altitude
0 to 15000 ft (0 to 4500 m) ft/ m
Storage altitude
0 to 15000 ft (0 to 4500 m) ft/ m
Mechanical shock
Bump: IEC 68-2-29
Freefall: IEC 68-2-32
Operating vibration
MIL STD 810E 514.4 Category 6 Helicopter
General storage vibration
UH60 Non-Operating: IEC 68-2-6 Swept Sine Vibration and IEC 68-2-64 Random Vibration
Meets EN 60601-1, UL 2601-1/CSA C22.2 No. 601-1
TFT color LCD
8.4’’ diagonal (128 mm x 171 mm) "/ mm
480 x 640 pixels (VGA)
Wave Viewing Time
5 seconds (ECG) seconds
Truncated Exponential Biphasic.Waveform parameters adjusted as a function of patient impedance.
Output Energy
Manual (selected): 1-10/15/20/30/50/70/100/120/150/170/200 Joules into a 50 Ohm load AED Mode (single energy output): 150 Joules into a 50 ohm load. Joules/Ohm
Charge Time
Less than 5 seconds to 200 Joules with a new/ fully charged lithium ion battery at 25º C
Shock Delivery
Via multifunction defib electrode pads or paddles
Shock-to-Shock Cycle Time
Typically less than 20 seconds
Minimum Patient Impedance Range
180 Ohm Ohm
Maximum Patient Impedance Range
180 Ohm Ohm
AED Mode
Shock advisory sensitivity and specificity meet AAMI DF-39 guidelines
Strip Chart Recorder
Standard: 50 mm (paper width) thermal array printer mm
Optional: 75 mm (paper width) thermal array printer mm
Continuous ECG Strip
Prints primary ECG lead with event annotations and measurements in real-time or with 10-second delay
Auto Printing
Recorder can be configured to print marked events/charge/ shock and alarms
Event Summary, 12-Lead/Operational Check/ Configuration/Status Log and Device Information
Paper Size
1.97” (50 mm) W by 100 ft. (30 m) L and 2.95” (75 mm) W by 100 ft. (30 m) L "/ft/mm/m
Noninvasive Blood Pressure
Pressure Range(a)
Systolic: 40 to 260 mmHg
Pressure Range(b)
Diastolic: 20 to 200 mmHg
Initial Pressure
Adult: 160 mmHg and Pediatric: 120 mmHg
Maximum Pressure
280 mmHg
Alarm Range(d)
Systolic high limit: 30 - 270 (Adult) and 35 - 180 (Pediatric)
Alarm Range(e)
Systolic low limit: 30 - 265 (Adult) and 30 - 175 (Pediatric)
Alarm Range(f)
Diastolic high limit: 18 - 240 (Adult) and 18 - 150 (Pediatric)
Alarm Range(g)
Diastolic low limit: 10 - 240 (Adult) and 10 - 145 (Pediatric)
SpO2 pulse oximetry
0 to 100 %
0.01 %
Alarm Range(a)
Low Limit: 50 to 99% (Adult/Pediatric) %
Alarm Range(b)
High Limit: 51 to 100% (Adult/Pediatric) %
Alarm Delay
10 sec
CPR feedback and measurement
Compression Depth
Target: -1.50 to -2.00" (-38 to -51 mm) "/ mm
Compression Rate
Target: 90 to 120 cpm cpm
Ventilation Volume
Graphic indicator: empty/one-third full/two-thirds full/full
Ventilation Rate(a)
Target for breaths delivered before 60 seconds since last compression: 6 to 16 vpm seconds/vpm
Ventilation Rate(b)
Target for breaths delivered beyond 60 seconds since last compression: 9 to 16 vpm seconds/vpm