Ruselectronics holding has made a KardioRobot prototype – a computer-aided closed-chest cardiac massage system for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Thanks to life control sensors, the device controls compression pressure and depth. Commercial manufacturing of the product is to be launched in 2025.
Now, an operational prototype of the product has been made. Unlike manual closed-chest cardiac massage that can be carried out reliably for maximum 2-3 minutes, the device is capable of battery-powered operation for up to 45 minutes. The solution increases a critical patient’s chances of survival and allows to reduce the medical personnel workload. The device is supplied with a non invasive blood pressure cuff and SpO2 sensor for oxygen saturation measurement.
The device can be used in resuscitation and intensive care units, ambulance cars and transplantation units. The KardioRobots are designed by Research and Manufacturing Company Almaz.
“According to our estimates, about 9,000 cardiopulmonary resuscitation devices are required for hospitals and ambulance cars. Similar domestically made equipment is not available on the market now, such products are supplied from abroad. So far, we have managed to produce a prototype whose specifications meet the international requirements. We have already received 1,500 confirmed requests for our KardioRobots,” said Mikhail Apin, General Director of Almaz.