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Get CPR ready and he prepared as a first responder this Shocktober with Cardio First Angel.

Shocktober is a month-long campaign to highlight the importance of learning CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED). The Cardio First Angel is a portable, manually-operated device intended to be appliec to the chest of a patient experiencing cardiac arrest to assist a person trained in CPR to deliver effective manual chest compressions.

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World’s first - PCT patented worldwide

The Cardio First Angel is CE and FDA approved with ARTG identifier 384011 and registered on the Medsafe Database (WAND Identifier 210909-WAND-6XJXW8). Clinical trials were undertaken in Germany, Iran and the USA.

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Product features

Ideal applicability

Without any electricity or battery – purely mechanically – is the Cardio First Angel always on standby. Its applicability is shown in uncomplicated and international comprehensible icons.

Ideal positioning

The specific design of the Cardio First Angel guarantees the correct positioning on the patients breast, so the cardiac massage works exactly where it is needed. A special foam creates a soft contact surface and absorbs sudor.

Ideal effort

A special spring signalises the perfect pressure of 41 kg with a clear click-sound. The click-sound is also audible with the following release of the spring. If the first-aider is geared to these two click-sounds he will automatically reach the required frequency of round about 100 compressions per minute.