Chest compression assistants
... parameters of CPR. Quality compressions - every time The consensus is clear, high-quality CPR has been shown to save lives.1,2 But, how do you know if your teams are consistently delivering high-quality compressions? ...
• Designed completely compliant with AHA latest guidelines. • Real-time verbal feedback • Audible metronome • Visual indicators • Durable and reusable • The special design of the product helps to always keep the patients’ airway ...
... and uninterrupted chest compressions are required. Performing manual chest compressions of high quality is difficult and depends a lot upon the person performing the ...
... is in standby mode required and the right level of compression (420 N) is to signal-on acoustic signal correct pressure needed to compress the chest about 50-60 mm frequency is 100-120 compressions ...
... the first-aider is geared to these two click-sounds he will automatically reach the required frequency of round about 100 compressions per minute.
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