ZOLL Launches First-Ever Circulation Device with Data Management
April 26, 2007 — ZOLL Medical Corp., manufacturer of resuscitation devices and related software solutions, announced today the release of a new model of the ZOLL AutoPulse Non-Invasive Cardiac Support Pump, which can document, store and upload device and patient data.
The new capability allows uploading of information from as many as four patients to ZOLL RescueNet Code Review or CodeNet software via an infrared communications port on the AutoPulse.
The AutoPulse data is combined with manual CPR data, defibrillator and other resuscitation data in a user-friendly Code Summary format that can document virtually all CPR and resuscitation efforts over an entire event. Quality measures, such as CPR compression depth, rate and interruptions, as well as all AutoPulse use data, are all easily reviewed. In addition, its new on-screen timer enhances American Heart Association Guidelines compliance by allowing the user to see in real time the exact compression time, and, perhaps more importantly, "no-flow" time.
Other new features include:
* Lighter in weight by 10 percent
* Improved 'cleanability' with fewer areas where contaminants can collect
* Rugged molded bumpers for increased durability
For more information visit www.zoll.com
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