The ResQPOD's selective inspiratory technology for patients receiving assisted ventilation, for example, during the release phase of CPR.

  • Utilizes the relationship of the respiratory and circulatory systems.
  • Selectively impedes inspiratory gases from coming into the lungs for patients receiving assisted ventilation, for example, during the release phase of CPR.
  • Results in increasing negative pressure and creating a greater vacuum in the chest, and
  • Results in greater venous return.

Increasing Blood Flow During Assisted Ventilation

During the decompression (release) phase of CPR, for example, an increase in negative pressure in the thoracic cavity results in drawing more blood back into the chest, providing greater venous return to the heart.

 
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