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Step 3 - Shock - Philips Efficia DFM100 Instructions For Use Manual

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If you need to disarm the defibrillator, press the
disarms automatically when the Shock button has not been pressed within the time period specified
in the Time to Auto Disarm configuration setting.
NOTE: Do not change the energy level while pressing the Shock button.

Step 3 - Shock

Confirm that a shock is still indicated and the defibrillator is charged to the selected energy level.
Make sure no one is touching the patient or anything connected to the patient. Call out loudly and
clearly, "Stay Clear!"
If using:
If the shock is the last in a configured shock series, "
WARNINGS: Defibrillation current can cause operator or bystander injury. Do not touch the patient, or
equipment connected to the patient, during defibrillation.
Alarm audio is turned off when an energy setting is selected for defibrillation, and the
message is displayed. Audio remains off until turned back on by pressing the Alarm button, Sync
Mode is turned on or the Therapy knob is turned to Monitor or Pacer.
Pads or switchless internal paddles - Press the flashing Shock
of the Efficia DFM100 to deliver a shock.
External paddles - Simultaneously press the flashing Shock buttons located on the
paddles to deliver a shock.
Switched internal paddles - Press the orange Shock button located on the paddle to
deliver a shock.
6: Manual Defibrillation
soft key. Also, the defibrillator
" is announced and displayed on the
Begin CPR
button on the front


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