The Monitoring Unit is the control centre of the corpuls3T. At just 2.9 kg, including the battery and printer paper, it is about as thick as a newspaper and can be comfortably held in one hand.
Up to 6 curves and 13 vital parameters can be displayed simultaneously on the brilliant 8.4" display. Fully customisable, freely namable and – in case of the NIBP display – with quality indicator. In addition, up to 6 curves can be printed in real time.
For the corpuls3T, we have implemented a new operating concept – with the aim of combining the best of the two operating worlds.
The result: Touch N' DIAL
Because there are missions where either one or the other mode works more reliably. This is the exact aim of this concept: optimal operation at the right moment. And in the end, it is also a safety aspect: If touch does not work as expected, operation via buttons and JogDial is always possible, especially in the case of a resuscitation.
Not all touchscreens are created equal. The more demanding the circumstances, the more this statement applies. That is why we rely on the last generation of touch controllers. Thus,
making the corpuls3T's touch display
Together with the high-quality bonded display, you get a device with optimal contrast, little reflection and therefore the best possible usability.
30.5 cm (W) x 29.5 cm (H) × 12 cm (D)
Due to its low weight (between 1.1–1.4 kg depending on equipment), the patient box is so compact that it can remain with the patient for transport. This also means that all the sensors and cables can remain with the patient. Thus keeping them out of the way and enabling seamless monitoring during patient transport – e.g. through a narrow staircase.
The Patient Box can be operated completely independently. The backlit monochrome display enables patient observation even without a Monitoring Unit (including voice recording and acoustic alarm). All data is saved for transfer later.
1.1 - 1.4 kg
26.5 cm (W) x 13.5 cm (H) × 5.5 cm (D)
The modular design of the corpuls3T allows complete mechanical separation of the Defibrillator/Pacer. The modules remain wirelessly connected. As a result, the weight of the corpuls3T system can be significantly reduced – ideal for better mobility and flexibility in a time-critical transfer of the patient e.g. from ambulance to hospital. This allows shock delivery from a safe distance via the Monitoring Unit (using corPatch therapy electrodes).
28 cm (W) × 22 cm (H) × 12 cm (D)
Resuscitation can quickly become stressful. Thanks to the Bluetooth connection, the corpuls cpr is effectively the fourth module of the corpuls3T. The team is supported by the remote control of the corpuls cpr via the corpuls3T. Treatment can be safer and the hands-off time reduced thus increasing the patient's chance of survival.
The best energy management is the one you don't have to think about. This is precisely the optimum we have achieved with the corpuls3T energy management.
When you take the corpuls3T out of the charge mount in the vehicle it is ready for operation. As soon as the device is returned to the mount the batteries are charged automatically and the corpuls3T is ready for its next job. Time-consuming and fault-prone manual charging and changing of batteries is not required and the user can fully concentrate on the patient.
The batteries of all three modules are identical and extremely powerful. In compact mode, they simply use the battery reserves of the other modules. This concept always provides sufficient power even in long deployments to ensure comprehensive monitoring and the therapy with the defibrillator/pacer.
There are solutions for each application: Mounts on the wall and floor, with or without swivel mechanism or safe attachment on the stretchers by different manufacturers. Almost all mounts are in conformity with DIN EN 1789 and have been tested with an acceleration of up to 24 g instead of the specified 10 g. The mounts are also available with or without integrated power supply.
People trapped in cars after a traffic accident, reanimation in a small bathroom, trapped survivors or transport through a staircase – emergency medical service calls are very versatile just as the demands on personnel and devices. With its modular design, the corpuls3T offers an optimum degree of ergonomics and flexibility in almost any situation.
Regardless of whether in rough terrain, in deep snow or in a sandstorm: the corpuls3T reliably provides extensive patient data even in the most adverse weather conditions and most versatile application situations. It is therefore the ideal patient monitor/defibrillator for military use.
Almost every patient who is transported in a helicopter or aeroplane is in critical condition and must be permanently and extensively monitored. The stress factor increases enormously due to time pressure, tight spatial conditions and loud volume. The innovative device concept of the corpuls3 optimally supports the response staff.
In a hospital environment the corpuls3T can be applied in almost any area due to its versatility: as a modular transport monitor for intensive care patients, as a 12-channel rest ECG device in the emergency room or as a defibrillator that is integrated in the hospital's reanimation concept.