Physio-Control - LifePak CR Plus
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The LIFEPAK CR Plus defibrillator is designed for safe and simple use by the first person at the scene of a sudden cardiac arrest. An internal computer analyzes the heart rhythm and guides the user step-by-step with clear, calm voice prompts. 
The rugged design and ease of use make the CR Plus an excellent choice where the first responders will be minimally trained; the advanced technology and features make it the device of choice for many professional responders. The CR Plus uses the latest ADAPTIV™ biphasic technology, which automatically adjusts the shock waveform based on the persons need. The device provides additional shocks of up to 360 joules if the heart doesnt respond to the first shock.     
The lightweight, cost-effective power system requires little maintenance and is easy and quick to recharge. The battery system uses an easy-to-change CHARGE-PAK™ battery charger; replacement dates for the battery charger and electrodes are synchronized, cutting required maintenance efforts in half.

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-Steve Kopcial
10 months ago
Need expired Physio Control CR2 adult pad cassette for testing purposes
Hello, I am in need of a expired adult pad cassette for the Physio Control CR2 Defib unit, mine doesent expire until 2023. ThanksReply


a year ago
replaced battery and pads, but ! and wrench icon are still showing
So I've got 6 of these units, we replaced battery and pads on all of them(previously expired/discharged), and the icons have not gone away. I'm have zero luck getting Physio Control on the phone today, I've either got a sales person, a "no modules available, click" message or a welcome to stryker canada message. So digging thru the ops manual i see a tiny blurb about how it make take up to 3 days to charge the internal battery. Does anyone have experience with these? Do I really need to just let them sit for 3 days with the new chargepak and I'll be good to go?Reply


6 years ago
Battery doesnt last

We installed a new battery and it only lasted 6 months. Whats the problem?

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  • AHA/ERC Guidelines 2005 consistent             

  • Clear, calm voice guides user one step at a time              

  • Highly visible readiness indicator              

  • Infant/Child Electrode capability              

  • Lightweight, compact and durable            

  • Simplified maintenance              

  • Compatible with EMS and hospital technology


Defibrillator TypeExternal, Automated (AED)
Height4.2 in
Length 9.5 in
Weight4.5 lbs
Width8 in

Additional Specifications

  • Output Energy Accuracy            
  • Shock Advisory System        
  • Shock Charge Time
  • Charge times with a fully charged device: 200 joules in less than 9 seconds, 360 joules in less than 15 seconds.

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Class 1 Recall: Physio-Control Inc. Recalls Defibrillation...

The FDA has identified this as a Class I recall, the most serious type of recall. Use of these devices may cause serious injuries or death.

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