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Launch of the CARL. Academy

The CARL Academy is now online! Our new training platform offers customers and interested parties a wide range of training formats as well as extensive background information on the CARL System and CARL Therapy. Using the CARL Academy, customers can expand and check their knowledge with the help of e-learning offers, e-tests and other online formats. In addition, they can qualify for various competence levels as part of the Resuscitec GmbH training concept.

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MEDICA 2021: Presentation of the CARL. System

Resuscitec GmbH has presented its CARL System at MEDICA 2021 in Düsseldorf in cooperation with DMT Produktentwicklung GmbH, a former development partner. Many trade fair visitors have been introduced to CARL’s functions and thus got a comprehensive picture of CARL.

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37 year old woman resuscitated after long-term cardiac arrest without neurological damage.

Still today, it is generally believed that within minutes of a heart attack, the brain and other organs are severely damaged. The damage is so severe that with previous therapies successful resuscitation of the patient is very unlikely after a very short time span. Long-term research has shown that the assumed limits can be significantly…

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Mid-forty shows no neurological impairment after prolonged circuit bridging with CARL.

The goal of CARL Therapy is to save time. Because time is life – and every minute counts when it comes to identifying the cause of a cardiac arrest and providing targeted therapy. With the help of CARL, it is possible to provide patients with optimal care, for example after a heart attack, until the…

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Mid-40s woman discharged after heart failure without impaired brain function thanks to personalized CARL therapy.

In a situation where further attempts of resuscitation previously seemed futile, CARL can still help. Controlled whole-body reperfusion also benefited a woman who suddenly felt a stabbing pain in her chest and collapsed while gardening on a friendly summer day. Her husband reacted quickly. He called 112 and immediately began chest compressions. This was continued…

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