Small, light and compact but with the power of its big brother corpuls3. The corpuls1 was specially developed for the requirements of the fire brigade, first responders, in transport ambulances, doctors' offices and in disaster control. An extremely compact but full-fledged defibrillator/patient monitor that is always used when size does matter.
Up to 3 curves and 4 vital parameters at a glance on the 5.7" display. The same intuitive user interface as that of the corpuls3 ensures easy operation. Always in view: ECG, heart frequency and pulse oximetry.
Depending on the application, you can use the corpuls1 as an automated external defibrillator (AED) or as a manual defibrillator.
The corpuls1 optionally features an integrated defibrillator with FIX/DEMAND modi for the treatment of arrhythmia.
The integrated pulse oximeter (optional) allows monitoring of the oxygen saturation, pulse frequency and plethysmogram.
Seconds count when responding to an emergency call. This is why we made sure that the transfer of the patient from the first responder to the emergency service for further treatment takes place as fast and smooth as possible. Just like with all corpuls defibrillators, the electrodes, sensors and cables of the corpuls1 can also be used with the corpuls3.
Not only the patient's life is at stake during an emergency call - the rescuers themselves must also be protected. This is why the corpuls1 is optimally equipped with SpCO measurement. Possible carbon monoxide poisoning can be easily detected at an early stage, for example in fire fighters after a fire fight.
Basic equipment incl. battery
-20 °C to +55 °C
Basic functions: ECG monitoring, defibrillation
17 cm (L) × 26 cm (W) × 7 cm (D)
The powerful lithium-ion battery reliably supplies the corpuls1 with the required energy – for a very long time and even at -20°C. The remaining battery time is always indicated on the display.
The cables, sensors and accessories of the corpuls1 are stored safely and ready at hand in the side bags. The cables do not have to be connected and disconnected for use because they are already connected in the bags. The corPatch therapy electrodes that are connected ready for use are located in the front bag with its magnetic lock.
With the new emergency backpacks in two sizes, you are well equipped for any situation. A charging mount for the corpuls1 is integrated in the backpack. The power is supplied via the external MagCode® magnet plug.
The smaller backpack provides space for basic medical equipment including the corpuls1. It is therefore ideally suited for first treatment in doctors' offices, hospitals or, for example, for house calls by the medical services.
The extended design of the emergency backpack features an additional module bag. This makes the backpack the ideal companion for resident physicians, in-hospital reanimation teams, first aiders at the workplace and first responder units.