MRx Training with Q-CPR. ROC Refresher & EMT/ EKG monitoring parameters. System Components. Therapy/CPR Cable. Compression Sensor. MRx Defib Pads. Basic Orientation. Ready for use indicator Therapy knob Charge Button Shock Button Printer Printer button Speaker.
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MRx Training with Q-CPR
EMT/ EKG monitoring parameters
MRx Defib Pads
Monitoring on the Left
3-lead patient cables
Defib on the Right
Patient / defib cable
Shock test load plug
Blinking Black Hourglass – Shock, pacing, and ECG are ready for use and sufficient battery power is available
Blinking Red X with a periodic chirp – Low battery that is not being charged
Blinking Red X without a periodic chirp – Low battery that is being charged
Solid Red X with a chirp – A failure has been detected that may prevent delivery of a shock, pacing, or ECG acquisition
Solid Red X without a chirp – No power or device failure
Sensor Adhesive Pad
Volume (ml per Kg)
Impedance Change (Ohms)
This is a new application
of a proven principle
1. Incomplete Release
2. Compression depth shallow
3. Compression rate slow or fast
4. Compression depth deep
5. Duty Cycle
1. Volume low
2. Frequency high or low
3. Inflation time fast or slow
* These priorities were set based on an evaluation
of published research data.
Insert a charged battery (> 20%).
Turn the Therapy Knob to Monitor.
Press the Menu Select button.
Using the Navigation buttons, select Other.
Select Operational Check.
Respond to the prompts.
Operational Check Report
ROC Study Protocols
Patients 18 years of age or greater who suffer non-traumatic cardiopulmonary arrest outside of hospital.
Enroll all NON-traumatic CPR cases,
Less than 18 years of age
Trauma cardiac arrest
DNAR orders in place
Known Prisoner / In Custody
AE/AL use is appropriate in this case.
Analyze early or analyze late should NOT be used if:
AED applied by non-ROC agency (lay person/police/private AMB)
ITD use is appropriate in both cases.
Remove ITD immediately if:
1. Patient gets a pulse (ROSC)
2. Device fills with fluid twice, or cannot be cleared
3. Arrival at ED
4. No chest rise with patent (open) airway
1 round of CPR/Attach ITD valve
Shock (if indicated)
3 minutes of CPR/Attach ITD valve
Shock (if indicated)