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Fluke MedSim 300B Patient Simulator

Fluke MedSim 300B Patient Simulator
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Price: $6,950.00
Product ID : Fluke MedSim 300B Patient Simulator
Manufacturer: FLUKE
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Fluke MedSim 300B Patient Simulator The medSim 300B is a versatile patient simulator capable of simulating a broad range of physiological events. With preset waveform sequences, 15 programmable sequences, and several feature-based configuration options to choose from, medSim 300B makes testing easy and convenient. Standard Features 12-lead electrocardiogram simulation Four BP channels Respiration and temperature R-Wave detector testing Training capabilities Interface with medTester 5000C Optional Features Option 1 expansion (cardiac catheterization; intra-aortic balloon assist pump simulation; direct fetal/maternal electrocardiogram/intrauterine pressure simulation) Cardiac output Specifications Sync Input accepted during defib training and intra-aortic balloon assist pump (IABP) augmentation (Option 1) RS232 Interface With the exception of those functions controlled by slide switches, most functions may be controlled remotely. Nonprogrammable functions include all utilities. Optional RS232 cable required for remote control via PC. Baud Rate 300, 600, 1200, and 2400 Electrocardiogram General Lead Configuration: 12-lead Electrocardiogram with nine independent outputs for each signal lead referenced to RL Output Impedances: 500, 1000, 1500, and 2000 O to RL High-Level Output: 0.2 V per mV of low-level selection Amplitude Accuracy: ± 5 % 2 Hz Square Wave at 1 mV p-p (Lead II) PVC Parameter Selection Premature Beat Insertion: Push-button insertion of PVC, PAC, and PNC during 30 to 160 BPM normal sinus rhythm. Types: 1, 2, 3, 4 (ventricular sites) Timing: R on T, early, and standard; 0 to 25/min with manual-stepping and autostepping modes; autostep interval: 60 s Count: Number of PVCs generated (65535 max) Power Two 9 V batteries; battery eliminator included (U.S./domestic orders shipped with a standard U.S. 115 V eliminator; international orders shipped with either a 115 V or 230 V eliminator. International 230 V eliminators accompanied by an internationally-configured detachable power cord [available for most countries].) Pacemaker Rhythms:Async 75 BPM, demand 1, demand 2, AV sequential, noncapture, nonfunction; independent settings for atrial- and ventricular-pacer pulses Pulse:-700 mV to + 700 mV (29 levels), accuracy 10 % of setting ± 0.2 mV Width:0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1.0, 2.0 ms, accuracy 5 % Manual and autostepping modes for both amplitude and width (autostep time interval of six s) Pulse Polarity:positive or negative Minimum Pulse Amplititude:± 0.1 mA or ± 1.5 V Input Impedance:15 kO Arrhythmia Selections Baseline Rate: 80 BPM Supraventricular - Atrial fibrillation 1 - Atrial fibrillation 2 - Atrial flutter - Sinus arrhythmia - Missed beat 80 BPM - Missed beat 120 BPM - Paroxysmal atrial tachycardia (PAT) - Nodal (PNC) - Supraventricular tachycardia Premature beats - Atrial (PAC) - Nodal (PNC) - PVC - Multifocal PVCs Conduction defects - First degree - Second-degree type 1 - Second-degree type - Third degree - Right-bundle-branch block - Left-bundle-branch block Ventricular rhythms - Frequent multifocal PVCs 24/min - Bigeminy - Trigeminy - Pair PVCs - Run of 5 PVCs - Run of 11 PVCs - Ventricular tachycardia - V-Fibrillation (fine) - V-Fibrillation (coarse) - Dying heart complex (EMD) - Asystole Premature Ventricular Contraction (PVC) Parameter Selections PVC Type1, 2, 3, and 4 PVC TimingR or T, early, and standard PVC Per Minute0 to 25, manual, and auto-stepping modes; auto-step time interval is 60 s PVC TotalCounts number of PVCs generate maximum count is 65535 Defibrillator Emergency 1Electrocardiogram waveform starts normally and changes to ventricular fibrillation after 2 PVCs (R on T); defibrillation converts back to normal Emergency 2Electrocardiogram waveform starts normally, changes to ventricular tachycardia, then to ventricular fibrillation; defibrillation converts back to normal Elective CardioversionElectrocardiogram waveform shows atrial fibrillation; properly timed defibrillation pulse converts back to normal; late defibrillation pulse causes ventricular fibrillation; cardioversion time window is ± 100 ms from the R-wave peak “Sync/A Pace Input LevelTriggered by positive voltage transition through ± 0.4 V; maximum voltage is ± 35 V and input impedance is 15 kO Respiration Output ConfigurationLead I or II/RL-LL Baseline Impedance500, 1000, 1500 and 2000 O Accuracy5 % Delta Impedance0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1 and 3 O Accuracy10 % Normal Physiological Rate15, 20, 30, 40, 60 and 120 BPM Accuracy5 % ApneaOff, momentary, continuous, 12 s and 32 s Ratio5:1, 4:1, 3:1, 2:1, and 1:1 (inspiration: expiration) Baseline Shift5:1, 4:1, 3:1, 2:1, and 1:1 (inspiration: expiration) Ventrilator SimulationDelta impedance reduced to 1/6 and shifted to positive or negative; rate shifted to 120 BPM for 12 s each min Blood Pressure Input/Output Impedance300 O Exciter Input Voltage Range2 V to 16 V Exciter Input Frequency RangeDC to 4 kHz Output Sensitivity5 µV/V/mmHg or 40 µV/V/mmHg Output Range-10 mmHg to 300 mmHg on BP1, BP2, and BP4 -10 mmHg to 30 mmHg on BP3 Accuracy± (1 % of full range + 1 mmHg) at 80 BPM, normal sinus rhythm ECG only RateDelta impedance reduced to 1/6 and shifted to positive or negative; rate shifted to 120 BPM for 12 s each min IsolationDelta impedance reduced to 1/6 and shifted to positive or negative; rate shifted to 120 BPM for 12 s each min Channel 1 (mmHg)Delta impedance reduced to 1/6 and shifted to positive or negative; rate shifted to 120 BPM for 12 s each min Static-10, -5, 0, 20, 40, 80, 100, 200, 250, and 300 (manual or auto-stepping at 12-s intervals) Channel 2 (mmHg)Atmosphere (0), arterial = 120/80, left ventricle = 120/0, central venous pressure = 15/10, right ventricle = 25/0, pulmonary artery = 25/10, pulmonary artery wedge = 10/2 Static- 10, - 5, 0, 20, 40, 80, 100, 200, 250, and 300 (manual or auto-stepping at 12-s intervals) Channel 3 (mmHg)Atmosphere (0), central venous pressure = 15/10, right ventricle = 25/0, pulmonary artery = 25/10, pulmonary artery wedge = 10/2 Static-10, -5, 0, 5, 10, 20, and 30 (manual or auto-stepping at 12-s intervals) Swan-GanzStart, insert, inflate, deflate, and remove Channel 4 (mmHg)Atmosphere (0); arterial = 120/80; left ventricle = 120/0; right ventricle = 25/0; pulmonary artery = 25/10; pulmonary artery wedge = 10/2; triangle = 30, 2 Hz; triangle = 300, 2 Hz Static-10, -5, 0, 20, 40, 80, 100, 200, 250, and 300 (manual or auto-stepping at 12-s intervals) Temperature Variable93.2 °F (34 °C), 98.6 °F (37 °C), 104 °F (40 °C), hyperthermia, hypothermia, and spike; accuracy, 0.7 °F (0.4 °C) Fixed98.6 °F (37 °C); channel 2 accuracy, 0.2 °F (0.1 °C) Probe Compatibility400 and 700 series YSI types IsolationVariable temperature electrically isolated from rest of instrument except cardiac output; fixed temperature isolated from all other outputs Electrocardiogram Artifact Wave Type50 Hz, 60 Hz, muscle, or baselinewander LeadsAny wave type can be added to any limb lead, or to V-leads, or to all leads Size0.25, 0.5, and 1 times the lead II ECG amplitude setting BP/Respiration Artifact Respiration artifact can be injected into any BP waveform. Arterial and left ventricle waveforms are modulated by selected respiration rate at 5 % to 10 %. All others have respiration added to them at 5 mmHg or 10 mmHg Sequences Three preprogrammed step-sequences; four user-programmable step-sequences Normal Sinus Rhythm Rates:30, 60, 80, 120, 160, 200, 240, 300 BPM, accuracy ± 1 % Amplitudes (Lead II):0.05 mV to 0.50 mV in 0.05-mV steps; 0.50 mV to 5.50 mV in 0.25-mV steps (manual and autostep interval of six s) ST Segments:18 total - normal (iso-electric), elevated and depressed. ST segment levels (Lead II):+ 0.8 mV to -0.8 mV in 0.1-mV steps on Lead II, including two ± 0.05-mV steps. Includes manual-stepping and autostepping modes at 12 s intervals. Operates at ECG rates from 30 BPM to 160 BPM (baseline electrocardiogram waveform modified during arrhythmias). Axis Deviation:Normal (intermediate), horizontal, and vertical (baseline ECG modified during arrhythmias) Neonatal Mode:Electrocardiogram R-Wave width reduced to 40 ms and dynamic BP selections reduced by 25 % ECG Performance Testing Amplitudes set by baseline ECG amplitude. Lead I is 0.7 x lead II; lead III is 0.3 x lead II; V leads are same as lead II. Waveforms (lead II and V leads) - Square Wave: 2 Hz at 1 mV p-p - Pulse: 4 seconds at + 1 mV - Sine Waves: 0.05, 0.5, 1, 10, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, and 100 Hz at 1 mV. - Triangle Wave: 2 Hz at 1 mV - R-Wave Detector Test: 60 BPM Haver-triangle wave with selectable amplitude and width that can be automatically or manually operated Width: 8 ms to 200 ms (12 selections) Amplitude (Lead II and V Leads): 0.05 m V to 0.50 mV in 0.05-mV steps; 0.5 mV to 5.5 mV in 0.25-mV steps Environmental Requirements Storage Temperature32 °F to 131 °F (0 °C to 55 °C) Operating Temperature59 °F to 95 °F (15 °C to 35 °C) Display 2-line by 24-character LCD Dimensions 7 in L x 10 in W x 3 in H 17.8 cm L x 25.4 cm W x 7.6 cm H Weight 3.5 lb (1.6 kg)

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