Globally, cardiac arrest claims more lives than colorectal cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, influenza, pneumonia, auto accidents, HIV, firearms, and house fires combined 1. Surviving a cardiac arrest event is dependent on a strong system of care, and uninterrupted, high-quality chest compressions are a vital part of a successful resuscitation. With the right tools in the hands of the right teams, we can save lives.
“I was in the height of my marathon training when I collapsed. I needed nine defibs over the two cardiac arrests to come back.”
HeartSine Samaritan AED and LUCAS Chest compression System patient
When bystanders provide CPR and use an AED to deliver a shock within 3-5 minutes of collapse or before EMS arrives, survival rates can increase as high as 70%.2 Designed specifically for the lay responder, HeartSine samaritan AEDs offer industry-leading value and environmental protection, all in an easy-to-operate system in the smallest and lightest package available and our LUCAS Chest Compression System has shown a 60% increase in blood flow to the brain vs. manual CPR.3
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1. Meaney, Peter A., et al. “Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Quality: Improving Cardiac Resuscitation Outcomes Both Inside and Outside the Hospital.” Circulation, vol. 128, no. 4, 2013, pp. 417–435.
2. Perkins G, Handley A, Koster R, et al. European Resuscitation Council Guidelines for Resuscitation 2015, Sec 2, Adult basic life support and automated external defibrillation. Resuscitation. 95 (2015)81-99.
3. Carmona Jimenez F, Padro PP, Garcia AS, et al., Cerebral flow improvement during CPR with LUCAS, measured by Doppler. Resuscitation. 2011; 82S1:30,AP090. [This study is also published in a longer version, in Spanish language with English abstract, in Emergencias. 2012;24:47-49]
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