Technology | February 11, 2009

Zoll’s AutoPulse Improves CPR Performance

The AutoPulse is a load-distributing band compression device that works to deliver compressions optimized to each patient. It provides uninterrupted, near normal perfusion to asystolic patients to help clinicians improve CPR performance. The system is designed to minimize no-flow time, reportedly allowing users to provide compressions while performing other medical acts.

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