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Easy To Use; Quick Conversion
Our mechanical CPR devices are easy to use and allow for a quick transition from manual to automated CPR with minimal interruption to compressions. Users have reported as little as 5 seconds total interruption to compressions during the transition from manual to automated CPR using our device.
Better Cerebral Perfusion
Michigan Instruments mechanical CPR devices deliver consistent chest compressions to a depth and at a velocity that have been shown to provide improved blood flow to the patient’s brain. Our devices deliver a compression depth that is customized to each individual patient; when used as directed our devices deliver a compression depth that is 20% of the A-P diameter of the chest in accordance with AHA guidelines calling for a compression depth of at least 2 inches (5cm).
Manual CPR is physically challenging and can easily fatigue the caregiver, which could result in less than optimal CPR in extended situations. Mechanical CPR is not only uninterrupted, it can provide consistent chest compressions for as long as it takes. All you need is a connection to an oxygen source. There are no expensive batteries to manage and no concern about running out of battery if the code is extended.
Accommodates Larger Patients
Our CPR devices accommodate larger patient sizes than any other automated CPR device on the market. Both the Thumper and Life-Stat models can be used with a sternum height up to 14.5” and a chest width up to 22”.
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Better Access to the Patient
Michigan Instruments CPR devices stay in place and make it easier for healthcare providers to work on other aspects of the patient’s care. No need to work around people providing chest compressions (and breaths). If necessary, Mechanical CPR can be paused and resumed with a push of a button, maintaining nearly complete access to the patient throughout the resuscitation effort. Our devices were engineered with a “C” arm design, providing more access to the patient than other wrap-around or enclosed models.
Reduced Risk to Patient and Caregivers
Physical limitations and fatigue of manual CPR can negatively impact the quality of resuscitation efforts. This can impact the patient’s chances of survival. In addition, manual CPR, when done properly, puts great physical demand on the caregiver, putting them at risk of injury. Michigan Instruments CPR devices help minimize these risks.
Michigan Instruments automated CPR devices offer the absolute best value in the market today. They offer the lowest acquisition cost and a very low ongoing cost of ownership. Request a quote to compare us now.