M5071A / 861291 PH HS1 HeartStart OnSite AED Adult Smart Pads
How to use the pads
Pull the tab on the top of the pad box and remove the membrane
seal. Inside are two adhesive pads on the plastic lining. Remove
the liner from the cartridge.
Peel one pad from the liner. Place the pad on the patient's bare
skin exactly as shown on the picture on the pad. Press down firmly
on the pad. Then repeat this with another pad. Before placing the
pads, make sure the pads are removed from the pads.
Pad placement for adults and children (front-to-front) 25kg/55lbs
or over 8 years old.
Pads placement for infants or children under 25kg/55lbs or under 8
years (front and rear).
Disposable pads must be replaced after use. Find the latch on the
top edge of the OnSite and slide it to the side. The electrode
cartridge will be released. Take out the used pads cartridge
Remove a new SMART electrode cartridge from the packaging and
insert the cartridge into the cartridge slot on the front of the
OnSite. When properly seated, it should snap into place. The green
PULL handle should go all the way down.
NOTE: To prevent the pad's sticky gel from drying out, do not open the
cartridge's hard lid or film seal until you need to use the pad.
|Conductor Surface area (cm2 )||85|
|Approx. lead wire length (cm)||137|
|No. of hrs on skin||24|
|Number of defibrillation shocks||50|
|Temperature range for storage||10˚ – 43˚C|
|Shelf life (in months) from date of||30|
Remove any patch and residual adhesive from the patient's chest
prior to using the pad.
• Do not allow the pads to touch other electrodes or metal parts in
contact with the patient.
• Avoid placing the pads directly on an implanted pacemaker or
defibrillator. A visible mass with surgical scar should indicate
the location of the implanted device.
• If the pad does not stick well, check that the adhesive of the
pad is dry. Each pad has a layer of sticky gel. If the gel doesn't
feel sticky, replace it with a new pad.
• Keep the patient still and maintain any movement around the
Minimum value during rhythm analysis. Do not touch the patient or
pads When the warning light is on or flashing. If OnSite fails
,Analysis due to electrical "noise" (artifact), it will tell you to
stop all Exercise and remind you not to touch the patient. If an
artifact persists for more than 30 seconds, OnSite will briefly
pause to allow you to process the noise source, then resume
• OnSite will not deliver a shock unless you press the flashing
orange shock button. If you don't press the Shock button within 30
seconds of OnSite telling you, it will disarm itself and (at the
first CPR interval) remind you to make sure emergency medical
services are called, then begin the CPR interval. This is designed
to minimize interruptions in CPR and help ensure ongoing patient
• While waiting for you to press the shock button, OnSite will
continue to analyze the heart rhythm. If the patient's heart rhythm
changes before you press the Shock button and the shock is no
longer required, the defibrillator will disarm and tell you that no
shock is recommended.
• If for any reason you want to turn off the defibrillator during
use, you can press the on/off button (hold it down for at least one
second) to return the device to standby mode.
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