Reanibex 700

The Reanibex 700 is a monitor defibrillator specially developed to respond to hospital and out-of-hospital emergencies needs.

Manual Monitor Defibrillator

The Reanibex 700 is highly intuitive, and its simple design enables professionals to respond rapidly and effectively in a medical emergency.

The Reanibex 700 is a monitor defibrillator that can monitor the ECG signal, provide defibrillation and non-invasive pacing therapy, and measure blood oxygen level and non-invasive blood pressure, all in a single device.

Main Features

Biphasic up to 200 J with AED mode

Universal AED algorithm for adult and paediatric patients

Biological parameter monitoring, 3 channels

50 mm thermal printer, 2 channels

Synchronised cardioversion

Non-invasive pacemaker

Large high-resolution 5.7" colour display

Weight of the basic device: 5.5 kg (with pads and battery)

Device dimensions (width × length × height): 31.0 cm × 24.9 cm × 19.5 cm

Excellent protection against dust and splashes (IP33)

Features

In AED mode, the device analyses the ECG signal. It performs defibrillation if necessary, guiding the user throughout the intervention protocol. The Reanibex 300 provides audio prompts, on-screen instructions, and CPR guidance. It has a built-in metronome to act as a guide in achieving the correct rate while performing compressions and an indicator to provide information about cardiac massage quality.

In Manual Defibrillator mode, the user interprets the ECG rhythm, decides whether defibrillation or cardioversion is needed, charges the required energy and performs the shock. This shock is delivered using reusable external paddles, disposable internal paddles or disposable pads.

For ECG and arrhythmia monitoring, the Reanibex 700 can acquire the waveforms using: Monitoring electrodes and 3, 5 or 10-lead patient cable Multifunction defibrillation electrodes Reusable external paddles.

A non-invasive transcutaneous pacemaker is a device that delivers electrical stimulation to the heart, triggering cardiac depolarisation and contraction of the myocardium. Pacemaker impulses are delivered only using disposable multifunction electrodes, both adult and paediatric.

Pulse oximetry is a continuous, non-invasive method of measuring arterial blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) and pulse rate (PR). The measurement is obtained by placing a sensor on the patient, usually on the fingertips or earlobe for adult patients and on the hand or foot for neonatal patients. The sensor is connected to the unit by a patient cable. The sensor captures the patient's data signal and sends it to the unit.

The Reanibex 700's non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP) module uses oscillometric measurement. This non-invasive method measures arterial blood pressure by monitoring the magnitude of pressure changes in the cuff during deflation.

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