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ROSC-U™ - 2

The Challenge: A sudden cardiac arrest victim’s chance of survival decreases 10% for every minute they fail to receive quality continuous chest compressions.* However, administering consistent manual chest compressions at the AHA’s recommended rate and depth can be challenging for healthcare providers to maintain beyond two minutes. The ROSC-U™ Miniature Chest Compressor is a compact CPR device that delivers consistent chest compressions (rate and depth). It is secured directly to the chest by a wide belt called a Torso Restraint which wraps around the patient. This system produces and...

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ROSC-U™ - 3

► Compressions Adjust to the Anatomy of the Individual Patient: ► Uses Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Technology • Increasing Use Time by Decreasing Energy Required (up to 3 hours use on a full charge) ► Allows for the Selection of Depth of Chest Compressions ► Very Little Training Required of Personnel ► 10 Seconds or less Deployment Minimizes CPR Interruptions ► Frees Up Personnel Allowing for: ► Low Cost of Ownership Compared to Competitive Products • Focus on Other Critical Functions • Improved Communication and Coordination of Care ►Allows CPR to be Performed Longer with Greater...

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ROSC-U™ - 4

Weight: Compressor Assembly Battery Control Unit Compressor Assembly Battery Control Unit Battery Type Lithium Iron Phosphate Compression Depth Compression Frequency Duty Cycle Interruption of Manual Compressions Patient Size Patient Weight Limited only by the patient’s ability to fit Up to 3 Hours use on a full charge Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Relative Humidity Compression Modes Operator Selectable: • Continuous Compressions • 30:2 (30 compressions followed by a 3 second pause for ventilation) A03-01-000 ROSC-U™ Mechanical CPR System A02-58-134 Disposables Pack - 10 each...

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