Product News: Cardiac Science Introduces Intellisense™ CPR Feedback for the Powerheart G5 AED!

Perform effective CPR based on 2015 AHA/ERC guidelines.

XELAED002A-LargeEarly CPR is a crucial link in the sudden cardiac arrest “chain of survival”, and quality CPR is the key to a victim’s maximum chance for survival. Many lay rescuers may wonder if they are performing CPR correctly since there is a significant difference between learning CPR in a classroom setting on a manikin, and performing it on an actual SCA victim. With Intellisense CPR Feedback from Cardiac Science, providing effective CPR compressions is now within reach.

The easy-to-use, intelligent CPR device works in combination with your Powerheart® G5 automated external defibrillator to deliver potentially life-saving CPR and defibrillator therapy. Thanks to a compact design, Intellisense CPR Feedback may be used on patients of all chest sizes1. Motion sensor technology – the same technology used on most smartphones – provides rescuers with immediate voice prompts if their CPR compression rate and depth are outside the 2015 AHA-acceptable parameters.2

Discover today why effective CPR is now made easy:

Intelligent Technology, Effective CPRSUP_CPR_AssistDevice

  • Each device features Rescue Ready® technology, embedded smart circuitry, and a motion sensor to self-test for presence and functionality.
  • With one touch, CPR Feedback voice and text prompts are provided in an alternate language.
  • Rescuer CPR performance can be captured on the rescue report.
  • Rescue Ready self-testing data captured in AED Manager.

LAW_sl.8969Simple to Prep, Simple to Use

  • Experienced and first-time AED responders can perform effective CPR based on 2015 AHA/ERC guidelines.  
  • Simple place-and-press functionality requires no complicated preparation, adjustment, or delay.
  • Non-slip surface and ergonomic shape ensures secure placement during CPR.
  • Voice and text feedback provides corrective rate and depth instructions to help ensure effective CPR.
  • If a rescuer does not want to use CPR Feedback, he or she may set it aside without it interfering with the rescue.

“Press harder and fully release”

  • Industry-first recoil analysis provides voice and text feedback to indicate when compression depth needs adjustment. “Press harder and fully release” if compressions are shallow; and an emphasis on recoil. “Press softer” if compressions are too hard.
  • With Intellisense CPR Feedback, the Powerheart G5 is the first AED to provide dual-language corrective prompting for both compression rate and depth in accordance with the 2015 AHA / ERC CPR Guidelines.

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Footnote1:

1For use on cardiac arrest patients eight years of age or older, or who weigh more than 55 lbs (25 kg)

Footnote2:

2Based on European Resuscitation Council (ERC) and American Heart Association (AHA) 2015 Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) released on Oct. 15, 2015.

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