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Cypress Creek in National Study, Shows Survival To Hospital Discharge After Cardiac Arrest Doubles with Improved CPR and Impedance Threshold Device
Date:11/6/2007

ating by the AHA in its 2005 Emergency Cardiac Care Guidelines. This is the highest recommendation possible given to an intervention that improves hemodynamics and improves the rate of return of spontaneous circulation after cardiac arrest.

Dr. Keith Lurie, Chief Medical Officer at Advanced Circulatory Systems, said, "There are technologies and practices that we know can move the needle to save more lives. This is especially true when we use these therapies together as recommended in the American Heart Association 2005 Guidelines. People should not have to rely on being in the right place at the right time when they experience cardiac arrest. While there remains a lot of work to further increase survival rates, the findings from this study, that survival to hospital discharge rates are doubled with this new approach, has great value for all patients who suffer from a cardiac arrest."

More information on Advanced Circulatory Systems and the ResQPOD is available at http://www.advancedcirculatory.com or 952-947-9590. For media information, additional data, graphics or interviews with medical staff, contact Joanne Henry at 612-843-2142.

About ResQPOD

The generally cleared indication for the ResQPOD is a temporary increase in blood circulation during emergency care, hospital, clinic and home use. Studies are ongoing in the United States to evaluate the long-term benefit of the ResQPOD for indications related to patients suffering from cardiac arrest, hypotension during dialysis and severe blood loss. The references in this communication are not intended to imply specific outcome-based claims not yet cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration. Clinical study references available upon request.

Cities in the Study:

1. Largo, FL

2. Anoka County, MN

3. Raleigh, NC

4. Omaha, NE

5. Cypress Creek, TX

6. Madison, WI

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