Real CPR Help Technology.
A sensor in the pads assists rescuers to perform effective CPR, by guiding the rescuer to the right Rate and Depth for compression’s, through voice /text prompts and an on-screen bar gauge, showing the depth of each compression.
Successful defibrillation must be supported with high-quality CPR. The AED’s first heart analysis is critical. If it calls for no shock, only high-quality CPR can lead to a shockable rhythm on the next heart analysis. If the first analysis does call for a shock, once it’s delivered, the stunned heart desperately needs blood as it tries to re-organise and regain its natural beat. Only high-quality CPR can supply a struggling heart with the oxygenated blood needed to restore a normal rhythm.
How it works?
The CPR Uni-padz Electrodes sense and report the motion of rescuers’ chest compression’s to the AED 3. During an adult rescue, audio and text prompts let rescuers know when to “Push harder” and when they are doing “Good compress ions.”
Have you heard from your AED lately?
Every AED program manager lives with the fear that an AED may not be ready when it is needed… The battery may lack the power, the Pads might have expired or even the electrical components might fail.
Is it actually possible to really know if an AED is ready to be used in a rescue?
Until recently, the only way to be certain was to have someone regularly check and report the status of every AED.
the cloud changes everything…
The WiFi connected Program Management as part of every automatic self-test.