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active compression decompression cardiopulmonary resuscitation (redirected from ACD CPR)
active compression decompression cardiopulmonary resuscitation,
The use of a hand−held suction device applied to the chest wall during CPR to depress and then decompress the chest. The technique has not been shown to improve outcomes consistently.
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The ResQPump is identical to the CardioPump, an ACD CPR
device available for sale outside the US.
the trial compared survival rates among a control group of 813 cardiac arrest patients receiving standard CPR to an intervention group of 840 receiving ACD CPR
, performed using the ResQPump, with an impedance threshold device (ITD), the ResQPOD.