SCHILLER’s CardioFirstAngel successfully tested by the Munich University Hospital

16 September 2014

The most important means of increasing the survival chances of a cardiac arrest patient is immediate and efficient cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

SCHILLER has developed a tool to help rescuers in such a crucial situation: the CardioFirstAngel.

The Cardiac Surgery Clinic tested the CardioFirstAngel and came to the following conclusion:

"The CardioFirstAngel meets all necessary requirements and has the potential to significantly improve layperson resuscitation." Its ease of use proved positive. 100% of the subjects testing the device positioned their hands correctly on the chest. The foam pad ensures even distribution of the pressure, while a clearly audible clicking sound following each compression indicates that the correct amount of pressure is being applied.

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