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CPR-SF Device Awareness among Medical Directors
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CPR-SF Technologies & Their * Given rapid advances in technology, the information provided in this table shouldn’t be considered definitive. The authors recommend reviewing the details of individual devices with the appropriate vendor.
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Barriers to Purchasing CPR-SF Devices as Stated by Medical Directors Who Were Aware of the Devices (N=126): * Percentages add up to more than 100 because respondents can choose more than one option.
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Experiences with CPR-SF Devices * Some percentages exceed more than 100% because respondents chose more than one option.
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The use of feedback devices is affecting EMS crews’ ability to achieve ROSC. (Photo Art vandalay)
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Audible and visual feedback devices provide real-time feedback to help improve CPR performance. (Photo Courtesy ZOLL Medical Corp.)
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