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ConMed / PadPro and R2 Multi-Function Defibrillation Electrodes Will Not Work with Philips FR3 and FRx AEDs

intertwine Recall Date: 12/03/2014
buy Lyrica online usa Title: PadPro and R2 Multi-Function Defibrillation Electrodes because they will not work with Philips FR3 and FRx AEDs.
http://netgents.com/valacyclovir Units: Adult Radiotransparent ElectrodeCatalog Number: 2001H, 2001H-C, 2001H-PC, 2516H, 2516H-PCPediatric Radiotranslucent ElectrodeCatalog Number: 2603HMini Pediatric Radiotranslucent ElectrodeCatalog Number: 2602HPediatric R2 Multifunction ElectrodeCatalog Number: 3115-1750R2 Multifunction ElectrodeCatalog Number: 3115-1751
http://siftstar.com/2006/05/ Issue: Electrodes will not work with Philips FR3 and FRx AEDs. Philips made changes to the connector design of their FR3 and FRx AEDs. Because of these changes, the CONMED electrodes will no longer work with these AEDs. The FRx AED requires electrode pads be connected to the device before it is used. The AED will make a continuous alarm chirp to alert the user that the correct pads are not connected. The FR3 does not require electrode pads to be pre-connected. Users will not know that the pads do not work until they try to use the AED. This may result in a delay in delivering the electrical therapy needed to revive a patient. Delay in therapy could result in serious injury or death.
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