Physio-Control TrueCPR Coaching Device
TrueCPR has been designed to help save a life when CPR is needed to in case of sudden cardiac arrest. The best outcomes demand the best CPR. Simple enough to say, but in the heat of a cardiac resuscitation, accurately assessing CPR performance—even knowing your true chest compression depth, rate and recoil—can be anything but easy. And in your world, the constant drive for performance improvement makes the challenge of measuring CPR quality more critical than ever.
TrueCPR helps your team optimize their manual CPR performance with the real-time feedback they need on the most critical resuscitation parameters. Created by Physio-Control, a leader in lifesaving technology for more than five decades, TrueCPR is the only coaching device that can be used in conjunction with any brand defibrillator and the only device to measure actual sternalspinal displacement. And unlike accelerometer-based products, TrueCPR delivers more accurate CPR depth measurement through proprietary triaxial field induction (TFI) technology. The result is a clearer picture of resuscitation performance—during compressions, after CPR and during post-event review—to help you improve performance for the future. Our products have helped save tens of thousands of lives. We’re proud to continue this work with the new TrueCPR coaching device. Part#80596-000003
At every stage. Prompt. Effective. Consistent, with minimal interruptions. That’s the level of CPR every responder and clinician wants to deliver. It’s also a major focus of the 2010 AHA and ERC Guidelines, which recommend developing a culture of high-quality resuscitation and quality improvement, including measurement, benchmarking and establishing a feedback loop for response teams. TrueCPR can be a vital part of your improvement efforts, providing critical feedback for assessing CPR quality both during and after a resuscitation event. During chest compressions TrueCPR shows a CPR provider exactly how they’re doing, right where they are looking—at the patient’s chest. Compression depth, rate and recoil are displayed in real time on a highly visible dial. In addition, a CPR metronome and ventillation prompts help guide responders to provide CPR per Guidelines’ recommended rates. Immediately after an event Important summary statistics such as average rate, percentage of compressions at the correct depth and recoil, hands-on time and total event time are displayed on the easy-to-read TrueCPR dial and provide a snapshot of event performance. Post-event review and debriefing TrueCPR captures up to 180 minutes of CPR information, which can easily be assessed with Physio-Control data review software to help evaluate overall performance and establish a critical team feedback loop for continuous CPR improvement.
True depth CPR measurement:
TrueCPR is the only CPR feedback device that uses triaxial field induction (TFI), a proprietary technology from Physio-Control. During CPR, TFI uses threedimensional magnetic fields to pinpoint the distance between the chest pad and the back pad, to accurately measure chest compression depth and provide high-quality feedback in real time. And because we know the chest pad won’t always be directly above the back pad during resuscitation events, TrueCPR is designed to compensate for inexact alignment and still accurately measure compression depth. The real-time feedback delivered through our innovative TFI technology is a real advantage in the midst of a resuscitation event, plus the more accurate chest compression measurements collected by TrueCPR also provide critical data for ongoing quality improvement initiatives.
Unique in the market:
Most CPR assist devices available today uses an accelerometer to measure compression depth, but these devices have been shown to overestimate true chest compression depth in situations where softer surfaces like mattresses compress during resuscitation, and during transport. In fact, some manufacturers’ user manuals explicitly state that their devices should not be used on a soft surface or when a patient is moving.1,2,3 Single-location accelerometer-based devices have also been shown in clinical studies to promote lower-quality CPR—in particular, reduced chest compression depth—by providing inaccurate feedback to providers both during and after an event.4,5 TFI technology in TrueCPR has been shown to consistently provide accurate compression depth feedback, and to remain effective even in soft-surface and in-motion resuscitation scenarios.
Zoll Pocket Sized Rescue CPR Coaching Device
ZOLL PocketCPR is
PocketCPR, Chest compression feedback
is in the palm of your hand.
PocketCPR (English Language)
Duracell 123 Lithium battery: pre-installed
Two optional-use rear-adhesive
labels for use in clinical or training
applications to assist with product
depth of 1.5
to 2 inches
(4 to 5 cm).
as used in
use in an
and as a
||PocketCPR instructs the user to:
- Stay calm
- Call for help
- Start CPR
The only CPR rescue device that provides audible and visual
You simply turn on the device and it will coach you through each
coaches the rescuer with audio and visual instructions to initiate
the critical rescue steps needed for sudden cardiac arrest (SCA),
such as checking responsiveness and calling for help, before it
provides real-time feedback on the depth and rate of compressions.
All steps follow the latest recommendations of the American Heart
Association (AHA) Guidelines. Among the commands are: "Call for help;"
"Open the airway;" and "Check to see if they're getting air."
Simply turn on the device and it will coach you.
years of age
is your personal CPR coach,
Real-Time Audible and Visual
Accurate Depth of Compressions
Continuous Prompts for Correct
Rate and Depth
Affordable and Reusable
ZOLL PocketCPR Accessories
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