ZOLL X-Series Advanced Defibrillator

ZOLL X-Series Advanced Defibrillator-Banner

Cardiac Arrest is one of the most critical moments for every rescuer. Bag-valve masks have been the standard of care for decades. however, it’s difficult to see the actual air a patient receives through this procedure.   Pointers recommend a rate of 10 breaths per minute when ventilating a patient. however, the typical provider has been shown to deliver a mean of 30 ventilations per minute – nearly 3 times the suggested rate.

Real-Time Feedback

Access to real-time clinical feedback on the scene has been shown to level up patient outcomes with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). For many years, ZOLL devices have been providing real-time clinical data for CPR to assist rescuers to deliver the best-quality compressions to patients for cardiac arrest.

ZOLL is applying the same approach for ventilation to assist EMS providers in better managing a variety of conditions with its new X Series Advanced defibrillator. With real-time feedback for compressions, ventilation and more, EMS providers can better serve each patient with peace of mind that they are doing what is necessary at the correct time – yet as improve their overall skill set.

ZOLL X-Series Advanced Defibrillator.jpg

For cardiac arrest patients, the X Series Advanced defibrillator facilitates both real-time CPR data and BVM data, giving providers simultaneous real-time feedback on both compression and ventilation quality. In BVM Help Dashboard, providers can read delivered tidal volume and rate on the monitor, as well as ventilation rate and depth, a ventilation quality indicator and a countdown timer.

Real BVM Help works with any standard-sized commercially obtainable airway management device for both intubated and non-intubated patients, and the information can facilitate providers to maintain the balance of key levels for a variety of patient conditions.

TBI Feedback

Traumatic brain injury patients come with a unique set of challenges, and early management is critical to minimize most secondary injuries.

In the past, TBI management has included efforts to control potential brain bleeding by hyperventilating patients to decrease intracranial pressure by limiting oxygen and causing blood vessels in the brain to shrink. But this literally starves the brain. The TBI Dashboard on the X Series Advanced provides real-time data to help providers through managing this complex condition.

ZOLL X-Series Advanced Defibrillator-pack.jpg

Real BVM Help and the TBI Dashboard can facilitate providers achieving the proper balance for patients and assure providers that patients are receiving the best possible care.