CPR Guidelines 2010

Meet and Exceed the Guidelines with ZOLL

The 2010 Emergency Cardiovascular Care Guidelines from the American Heart Association (AHA), the European Resuscitation Council (ERC), and the International Liaison Committee On Resuscitation (ILCOR), released October 18, 2010, have added even more emphasis to the need for high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to successfully resuscitate someone who has collapsed from sudden cardiac arrest.  

AHA Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)GuidelinesThe most significant changes in the 2010 Guidelines focus on improving the quality of chest compressions during CPR, minimizing interruptions to chest compressions, and pushing harder. ZOLL defibrillators provide Real CPR Help® that can see your chest compressions and guide you to the proper depth and rate with real-time visual and audio feedback. Real-time feedback technology to improve compression depth during CPR is strongly endorsed in the 2010 Guidelines.   

Real CPR Help can be used today to achieve the proper two-inch compression depth so important for high-quality CPR in the new Guidelines. ZOLL’s defibrillators are the only units on the market today that can help you meet all the 2010 CPR Resuscitation Guidelines’ recommendations related to CPR quality.

Enhancements to make them even better than they are today are in the works, and ZOLL’s CPR Resuscitation Guidelines Guarantee insures that you can take advantage of these enhancements when they become available.   

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