Automatic CPR Life-Stat

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Brosur Automatic CPR Life Stat

 

LIFE-STAT Quick Facts

30:2 kompresi-to-Ventilasi rasio untuk aplikasi masker wajah (30:2 mode) atau
Kontinyu kompresi dan ventilasi 9 asynchronous untuk aplikasi canggih saluran napas (CCV mode)
Dada penekanan pada 100 per menit
Dada kedalaman kompresi Adjustable 0-3,2 inci (0 sampai 8cm) menyediakan AHA diperlukan “setidaknya 2 inci (5 cm)” untuk orang dewasa atau 1,5 inci (4 cm) jika diperlukan
Kompresi adalah sistolik 50:50 rasio diastolik (panjang kompresi 50%)
Otomatis Transportasi Ventilator (ATV) memberikan 0 sampai 1 Volume tidal L dikoordinasikan dengan kompresi
Mampu untuk beralih dari 30:2 sampai CCV modus tanpa gangguan

LIFE-STAT Compared to Mechanical CPR

Feature LIFE-STAT® AutoPulse®(1) JOLIFE/LUCAS™(2) LIFE-STAT Advantage
Provide Hands-Free Fully Compliant 30:2 CPR Yes.Cycles 30 compressions at 100/minute, pauses and delivers 2 ventilations. No.Compressions only at 80/min. (1.4.4)No built-in coordinated ventilator. No.Compressions only at 100/minute. (6.2)No built-in coordinated ventilator. Electronic control coordinates chest compressions with built–in ventilator.
Provide Hands-Free fully compliant Continuous AHA CPR YesDelivers 100 compressions with 9 asynchronous ventilations per minute. No.Compressions only at 80/min. (1.4.4)No built-in coordinated ventilator. No.Compressions only at 100/min. (6.2)No built-in coordinated ventilator. Electronic control coordinates chest compressions with built–in ventilator.
Adjustable Compression Depth Yes.Adjustable from 0 to 3.2 inches. No.Automatically set to 20% of chest depth. (1.4.4) No.No adjustment. (6.2) Has the capability to adjust compression depth to accommodate patient size.
Transfer time from ManualCPR to MechanicalCPR with minimal interruption of compressions Yes.In ~ 5 seconds, can swing piston into position during a manual CPR ventilation phase with virtually no loss of compressions. No.Slower (usually > 30 seconds), must (a) position LifeBand® properly (3.1) and (b) make required control selection. (3.2) No.Slower (~ 20 seconds), must (a) position board under patient, (b) attach side clamps and adjust piston both horizontally & vertically interrupting compressions 2 times. (3.3) Fastest switch-over from manual to mechanical CPR less likely to jeopardize effective Coronary Perfusion Pressure (CPP) and blood flow to the brain.
Can operate while attached to a spineboard Yes.Uses MII Patient Restraint System (PRS). Yes.First apply AutoPulse® to patient then multiple rescuers lift patient onto transportation device and then secure patient to device. (3.6) Possibly.First apply LUCAS™ to patient then 3 rescuers minimal recommended to lift patient (while stopping compressions) onto stretcher. (3.7.2)Only stretcher or ambulance cot use cited in IFU. (3.7 Higher mobility in stairwells, while providing continuous CPR support, including ventilation.
Accommodate both small and large patients (Over 375 lbs)

Yes.Sternum height:4.5 to 14.5 in.(11.4 to 36.8 cm or114 to 368 mm)Chest width range:Up to 22 in.

(55.9 cm or 559 mm)

 

No Weight limit as long as patient fits.

No.Chest circumference:29.9 to 51.2 in.(76 to 130 cm)Chest width:9.8 to 15 in.(25 to 38 cm) (1.2)

 

Max weight is 350 lbs.

No.Patient must fit into the device.Sternum height:7.5 to 11.9 in.(190 to 303 mm)Maximal width:17.7 in. (449 mm) (6.2)

 

Max weight is 375 lbs.

EMS reports successful use on patients > 600lb.  If necessary, the patient can be positioned on the LIFE-STAT® with their arm placed outside the column.
Uninterrupted fully compliant AHA CPR in stairwell from a 2 rescuer transporting team Yes.  No.In either 30:2 or continuous mode an adjunct ventilator is required for ventilations. No.Must be level to provide compressions. (3.7.4)An adjunct ventilator is required for ventilations. Hands-Free CPR in any position with secured patient.  Both compressions and ventilations provided in selectable 30:2 or CCV (Continuous Compressions with 9 asynchronous Ventilations per minute) mode.

LIFE-STAT Compared to Manual CPR

Quality CPR Requirements Manual CPR LIFE-STAT CPR 
100 Compressions/minute. Difficult to perform well. Delivers exactly 100/minute.
50:50 Systolic to diastolic. Difficult to perform well. Delivers exactly 50:50.
2010 AHA Compliant compression depth of at least 2 inches (5cm) and up to 3.2 inches (8cm). Difficult to perform and physically demanding. Exact depth can be set.
Complete chest recoil. Difficult to perform well. Active complete chest recoil – demonstrated synergy with ITD and ITPR technology to increase cardiac output.
30:2 Mode – facemask ventilation. Difficult to perform, must count to 30, give two breaths. Exact, hands-free, automatic.
Continuous CPR – advanced airway. Takes two rescuers, one does compressions at rate of 100/min, one does ventilation at rate of 8 to 10/min. Exact, hands-free, automatic.  Rescuers freed to do other tasks.
Keep performing as long as required. AHA states rescuers fatigue after only one minute compromises quality of CPR. Can provide exact AHA CPR for as long as needed.  Rescuers freed to do other tasks.
Provide defibrillator shock. Rescuer must stand clear. Provides CPR during and after shock delivery.
Perform CPR while patient is being carried to emergency vehicle. Requires at least 3 rescuers and chest compressions are usually ineffective because of movement and awkward angles. Requires only two rescuers to carry patient.  Fully effective CPR is provided hands-free.
Perform CPR when patient is on spine board going up or down stairs or in an elevator. Requires at least 3 rescuers and chest compressions are usually ineffective because of movement and awkward angles. Requires only two rescuers to carry patient.  Fully effective CPR is provided hands-free.
Read ECG. Stop CPR. With properly placed electrodes, ECG can often be read while CPR is applied.  Can be used with ECG monitors utilizing CPR artifact signal averaging.
Perform CPR in emergency vehicle. Requires at least one rescuer who is then not strapped in for 30:2 mode and may require 2 rescuers not strapped in for continuous CPR. Provides hands-free CPR in either 30:2 or continuous mode so rescuers can strap in or provide other treatment.
Maintain coronary perfusion pressure (CPP) > 15 mm HG. Difficult to maintain. Studies show LIFE-STAT® piston action provides CPP significantly above 15 mm HG.
Perform effective CPR for long periods in cases such as hypothermia or drug overdose. Virtually impossible to perform long periods of effective CPR without a team of well trained, in-shape rescuers to switch out at least every two minutes. LIFE-STAT® CPR technology is used for long term hands-free CPR. The longest reported time with predecessor device for full patient recovery is 14.5 hours.

 

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