Mechanical CPR is an effective alternative to manual CPR, especially during ambulance transport when the number of responders is not adequate.
Performed by automated chest compression equipment, it can be utilized in both the pre-hospital and in-hospital setting for patients suffering cardiac arrest, and allows for consistent high-quality CPR, essential for improved patient outcomes.
In this video we demonstrate the use of mechanical Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation with a LUCAS device.
AHA: Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
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