Technology | April 23, 2008

Cardiac Support Pump Offers Consistent, Steady Compressions

The AutoPulse Non-invasive Cardiac Support Pump is an automated, portable device with an easy-to-use, load-distributing LifeBand that squeezes the entire chest, improving blood flow to the heart and brain during sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).

The AutoPulse may offer a significant advantage over manual CPR, moving blood more consistently than human providers. AutoPulse delivers high-quality, uninterrupted chest compressions to maintain myocardial and cerebral perfusion. Additionally, it offers the benefit of freeing up rescuers to focus on other life-saving interventions.

More than 5,000 AutoPulse devices are in use in hospital and emergency service organizations worldwide.

Zoll | www.zoll.com

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