CPR RsQ Device Facts

  • 90% of people who suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrest die because they do not receive immediate attention.
  • 70% of most people feel helpless to act during a cardiac emergency because they don't know how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) or are afraid of hurting the victim.
  • 80% of sudden cardiac arrest happens in private or residential settings.
  • Only 41% of people who experience cardiac arrest at home, work or in public get the immediate help that they need before emergency help arrives.
  • Hands-Only CPR can double, even triple a victim's chance of survival.
  • In a national survey, Americans who have not been trained in CPR within the past 5 years said they would be more likely to perform Hands-Only CPR.
  • CPR RsQ Assist makes the Hands-Only technique easier.
  • CPR RsQ Assist shows a 90% reduction in fatigue and a 94.5% increase in performance.
  • CPR RsQ Assist requires no special training. It is equipped with an audio and visual metronome with a flashing red LED light and voice to guide you confidently through compression timing.
  • CPR RsQ Assist is less likely to crack ribs (which occurs in 1/3 of normal CPR treatment).
  • CPR RsQ Assist is affordable. The portable unit is $79.50 and the wall-mounted unit is $129.50 (plus shipping and handling).
  • CPR RsQ Assist makes victim response more accessible. Units can be placed on a shelf, mounted to a wall, kept in the trunk of a car, the sooner compressions are initiated, and the blood is forced to flow again, the greater the survivor rate!

(Source: American Heart Association)