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ResQPOD ITD Product Overview

Attached to an airway during CPR, the ResQPOD Impedance Threshold Device (ITD) enhances negative pressure in the chest to pull more blood back to the heart and lowers intracranial pressure non-invasively. When combined with high quality CPR, the ResQPOD has been shown in studies to increase neurologically-intact survival by 25% or more.¹

Product-Page-ResQPODAnimal and clinical studies1-6  have shown that during High Quality CPR, the ResQPOD:

  • Doubles blood flow to the heart
  • Increases blood flow to the brain by 50%
  • Doubles systolic blood pressure
  • Increases neurologically-intact survival by 25% or more
  • Increases the likelihood of successful defibrillation
  • Provides benefit in all arrest rhythms
  • Circulates drugs more effectively

 

Recommended by the AHA

The ResQPOD strengthens the chain of survival. Like other current CPR adjuncts and medications, an ITD

carries a Class IIb recommendation in the American Heart Association guidelines. 7

 

Perfusion in Action:  ResQCPR Demo Kit 1

The ResQCPR Demo Kit is a unique and interactive tool to train rescuers and healthcare providers on CPR, and on how the ResQPOD ITD enhances blood flow during CPR.  Click here to learn more.

 

  1. Idris et al. Circulation 2012;AHA ReSS abstract #LBRS-352.
  2. Lick CJ, Aufderheide TP, Niskanen RA, et al. Take Heart America: a comprehensive, community-wide, systems-based approach to the treatment of cardiac arrest. Crit Care Med. 2011;39(1):26-33.
  3. Aufderheide TP, Alexander C, Lick C, et al. From laboratory science to six emergency medical service systems: new understanding of the physiology of cardiopulmonary resuscitation increases survival rates after cardiac arrest. Crit Care Med 2008; 36(11):S397-S404.
  4. Aufderheide TP, Yannopoulos D, Lick CJ, et al. Implementing the 2005 American Heart Association guidelines improves outcomes after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Heart Rhythm. 2010;9(10):1357-1364.
  5. Thigpen K, Davis SP, Basol R, et al. Implementing the 2005 American Heart Association guidelines, including use of an impedance threshold device, improves hospital discharge rate after in-hospital cardiac arrest. Respir Care. 2010;55(8):1014-1019.
  6. Hinchey PR, Myers JB, Lewis R, et al, for the Capitol County Research Consortium. Improved out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survival after the sequential implementation of the 2005 AHA guidelines for compressions, ventilations and induced hypothermia: the Wake County experience. Ann Emerg Med. 2010;56(4):358-361.
  7.  2010 American Heart Association guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and ECC science. Circulation 2010;122:S722.
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