Addressing poor and variable outcomes for in-hospital cardiac arrest (IHCA) is a significant and persistent clinical challenge. Our solutions are designed to help.
Clinical and technological innovations have elevated outcomes in many areas of the hospital. But the equipment, technology, and operations supporting resuscitation processes have remained essentially unchanged for decades.
This is likely one reason IHCA mortality rates remain persistently high, resulting in nearly 216,000 deaths every year.1
Average IHCA survival rate to discharge (Adults)4,5
Limited progress toward AHA goals
For most hospitals across the U.S., the 2010 American Heart Association (AHA) IHCA survival goal remains out of reach. There’s a clear unmet need for new solutions that target the drivers of this deficiency.