The Autopulse resuscitation system provides high quality, automated cardiopulmonary resuscitation in cardiac arrest. The AutoPulse device compresses the patient’s entire chest, improving blood flow to the heart and brain. At the same time, the device is easy to operate and is powered by a battery. AutoPulse is the only one among similar devices that automatically adapts to the size of the patient’s chest. Numerous clinical studies have shown improved resuscitation results when using this device.
AutoPulse is designed for use when moving and transporting the patient.
By placing the AutoPulse stabilization plate on a padded stretcher, rescuers can continue high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation down steep stairs, around sharp corners, and even in cramped elevators. The AutoPulse reduces compression pause times during transport by more than 85%. The AutoPulse resuscitation system is designed for resuscitation on the move.
In contrast to manual massage, it most closely matches the recommendations of the American Heart Association (AHA) and the European Resuscitation Council (ERC). It does not require the participation of personnel and allows you to perform other resuscitation measures simultaneously with an indirect cardiac massage.
Target groups include ambulance, various hospitals, military medical institutions.
Benefits of Autopulse Zoll resuscitation system
- Continuous quality compressions without interruptions or compression at 30: 2 for cardiopulmonary resuscitation;
- Minimal pauses between compressions ensure adequate coronary perfusion;
- Ability to use in almost any conditions: at the scene of an accident, in a moving ambulance, in a hospital;
- Availability of a carrying bag and trolley for transporting the device indoors;
- Eliminates user errors;
- Zoll AutoPulse allows you to carry out other resuscitation measures in parallel, including defibrillation;
- Provides gentle treatment thanks to wide compression straps for optimal pressure distribution;
- Provides better blood flow to the brain and heart compared to manual cardiopulmonary resuscitation.