February 16, 2016 - ZOLL to Focus on Delivering One-of-a-kind Rescuer Experience at EMS Today


Diane Egan
ZOLL Medical Corporation
+1 (978) 421-9637
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February 16, 2016—CHELMSFORD, MASS.—ZOLL® Medical Corporation, an Asahi Kasei Group Company that manufactures medical devices and related software solutions, will offer attendees the opportunity to experience the company’s expanded portfolio of advanced CPR and acute critical care technologies, along with its integrated data solutions, in booths 3905 and 3855 at EMS Today, February 25–27 in Baltimore.

Featured as part of the expanding ZOLL family of products is the new ResQCPR™ System, which was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as the first and only CPR adjunct device indicated to improve the likelihood of survival in adults who have experienced non-traumatic sudden cardiac arrest. Also new is the Web-based Mobile Care Connect™, an online system that enables facilities to schedule and manage transports from mobile devices. This simplifies the entire scheduling process and eliminates much of the chaos involved with scheduling patient transports.

The one-of-a-kind rescuer experience available from ZOLL at EMS World Expo will include:

The ZOLL CPR Challenge Experience

Using the ZOLL X Series® Monitor/Defibrillator, show attendees will have a chance to test their CPR skills with and without the benefit of Real CPR Help®, ZOLL’s real-time CPR feedback technology. ZOLL’s RescueNet® Case Review software will provide participants with a detailed analysis of their CPR performance. Twice a day, top scorers will be receive a Fitbit. ZOLL’s breakthrough CPR technologies, in conjunction with scenario-based training, have been shown to almost triple survival-to-hospital discharge with favorable neurological outcomes.1

The Patient Transport Experience

Attendees will have the opportunity to experience moving patients with ongoing CPR using the AutoPulse® Resuscitation System. Participants will maneuver a patient through a course of stairs and tight turns, while the AutoPulse performs continuous high-quality CPR. Designed for Resuscitation on the Move™, a recent study showed that the AutoPulse had a significant survival benefit when compared to manual CPR when resuscitation efforts lasted longer than 16 minutes.2 And in a meta-analysis of 12 comparative clinical trials, the AutoPulse improved the odds of return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) by 62% when compared to manual CPR.3

The True-to-Life Experience with the ResQCPR System

For those interested in trying the new ResQCPR System, composed of the ResQPUMP® and the ResQPOD® 16, a true-to-life simulation experience is available. The two-device combination was shown in a large clinical trial to improve survival to one year from out-of-hospital, non-traumatic cardiac arrest by 49% when compared to treatment with conventional cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).4

The Road Safety Driving Experience

Another highlight of the exhibit will give attendees a chance to experience how their driving behavior can be modified using the Road Safety® simulator. Road Safety is a ZOLL driver feedback system that delivers proactive coaching for improving safety and reducing vehicle maintenance costs. Participants will respond to a simulated 911.

The RescueNet Experience

The ZOLL RescueNet Experience shows attendees the journey of patient data from dispatch through discharge. When EMS software solutions are truly integrated, critical incident and patient data follow the patient from dispatch all the way through to post-event billing, saving EMS agencies both time and money.

The Ventilator Experience

With ZOLL’s EMV+® and AEV® Ventilators, participants will have a unique anatomical experience by seeing firsthand how real pig lungs adapt to each ventilator mode. Both full-featured ventilator models are lightweight, rugged, and have a long 10-hour battery life to accommodate the needs of EMS.

ZOLL Lunch and Learn: “Changing Perceptions of Resuscitation (CPR Past, Present, and Future)”

Keith Lurie, MD, a renowned cardiologist and leading researcher in the field of resuscitation, will discuss the physiology of CPR and what rescuers should focus on in order to improve outcomes from sudden cardiac arrest. He will discuss how this understanding of the physiology of CPR is leading to future advances in improving survival. Attendees will gain a better understanding of how CPR works, what they can do to be more effective, and get a glimpse of future innovations in resuscitation. The session will be held on Friday, February 26, 12:00–1:30 p.m. in Rooms 324/325/326. Seating is limited. Click here to register.

About ZOLL Medical Corporation

ZOLL Medical Corporation, an Asahi Kasei Group Company, develops and markets medical devices and software solutions that help advance emergency care and save lives, while increasing clinical and operational efficiencies. With products for defibrillation and monitoring, circulation and CPR feedback, data management, therapeutic temperature management, and ventilation. ZOLL provides a comprehensive set of technologies that help clinicians, EMS and fire professionals, and lay rescuers treat victims needing resuscitation and acute critical care. For more information, visit www.zoll.com.

About Asahi Kasei

The Asahi Kasei Group is a diversified group of companies led by holding company Asahi Kasei Corp., with operations in the chemicals and fibers, homes and construction materials, electronics, and health care business sectors. Its health care operations include devices and systems for acute critical care, dialysis, therapeutic apheresis, transfusion, and manufacture of biotherapeutics, as well as pharmaceuticals, diagnostic reagents, and nutritional products. With more than 30,000 employees around the world, the Asahi Kasei Group serves customers in more than 100 countries. For more information, visit www.asahi-kasei.co.jp/asahi/en/.

1Bobrow BJ, et al. The Influence of Scenario-based Training and Real-time Audiovisual Feedback on Pre-hospital Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Quality and Survival from Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest. Ann Emerg Med. 2013 Jul;62(1):47–56.e1. Epub 2013 Mar 7.
2Olsen JA, et al. Chest compression duration influences outcome between integrated load-distributing band and manual CPR during cardiac arrest. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica. 2015.
3Westfall M, et al. Mechanical Vs. Manual Chest Compressions in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: A Meta-Analysis. Crit Care Med. 2013 Jul;41(7):1782‐9.
4ResQCPR System Summary of Safety and Effectiveness Data approved by Food and Drug Administration 2015.

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