Superior ZOLL Pacing
ZOLL's constant current, 40-msec pulse overcomes disadvantages inherent in other external pacemakers.
Pacing technology design differences greatly impact capture rates and patient survival. Independent clinical studies and widespread use of ZOLL's patented pacing pulse has proven to be the most effective noninvasive technology available.
40-millisecond pulse width
Constant electrical current
Proprietary electrode design
Distinctive capture recognition
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