Technology | June 07, 2007

Automated Voice Prompts, Manual Override Featured

CardioVive DM is a professional-grade, intuitive AED with manual override and ECG monitoring.
It features automated voice prompts for the layperson while allowing physicians to switch from AED to manual defibrillation. Patented-powerful algorithms and variable escalating energy delivers the right amount of energy to the individual patient. The system also has optional 3-lead continuous ECG patient monitoring.

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