The Efficia DFM100, low cost defibrillator, helps you deliver care at an affordable price with the quality and reliability proven in over 1 million Philips defibrillators sold worldwide. Device configurations range from a basic defibrillator to a fully-featured defibrillator/monitor with optional AED mode, pacing, and monitoring parameters.
A complete package
To deliver high levels of care, you need to make quick, informed decisions – at the scene of an emergency and across the entire course of treatment with Efficia DFM100. You need your equipment to be easy to use as you care for a patient, monitor developments in the patient’s condition during transport to the hospital, and as you care for your patient in the hospital.
The Efficia DFM100 defibrillator/monitor is designed to help you meet the demands of patient care in the pre-hospital and hospital environment. With field-proven Philips technology, the Efficia DFM100 offers core functionality with a scalable feature set and improved cost of ownership, allowing you to enhance patient care, wherever the patient is located.
The Efficia DFM100 signals its readiness with an active, flashing hourglass that shows the results of automated self tests, and front-panel LEDS that indicate power status-giving you a clear indication the device is ready for immediate use.
The Efficia DFM100 is small, lightweight and easy to carry with optional ruggedized, wrap-around carrying case -you can rapidly bring the device to the patient’s side.
Intuitive controls and clear voice prompts guide you through the steps of defibrillating the patient, with AED mode for basic life support providers. Advanced life support providers can choose therapeutic options using the SmartSelect knob to navigate quickly to deliver defibrillation or pacing therapy to the patient.
The Efficia DFM100 uses the same ports for clinical measurements as Philips patient monitors, so no time is wasted applying different lead sets and cables to the patient on arrival in the hospital.
The Efficia DFM100 collects and trends data for up to 8 hours of continuous monitoring, for incident documentation and case review (Source Philips)