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1958 hat Ambu das erste Trainingsgerät entwickelt und vorgestellt. Mit der Einführung der kardiopulmonalen Reanimation (CPR) und der Notwendigkeit medizinisches Fachpersonal auszubilden, vergrößerte sich die Nachfrage. Heute bietet Ambu ein großes Produktportfolio in den Bereichen Basic Life Support (BLS) und Advanced Life Support (ALS) an.

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Journal Publications

Transport with ongoing resuscitation: a comparison between manual and mechanical compression

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Year
2012
Journal
Emerg Med J.
Author
Gässler H et al.
Publication details
2013 Jul;30(7):589-92

Comparison of four manikins and fresh frozen cadaver models for direct laryngoscopic orotracheal intubation training

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Year
2010
Journal
Emerg Med J.
Author
Yang JH et al.
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2010 Jan;27(1):13-6

Medical personnel in a paediatric hospital do not possess adequate cardiopulmonary resuscitation skills

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Year
2009
Journal
Anestezjol Intens Ter.
Author
Grześkowiak M et al.
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2009 Oct-Dec;41(4):234-7

Safety of fully automatic external defibrillation by untrained lay rescuers in the presence of a bystander

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Year
2008
Journal
Resuscitation
Author
Hosmans TP et al.
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2008 May;77(2):216-9

Two rescuer resuscitation--mission impossible? A pilot study using a manikin setting

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Year
2007
Journal
Resuscitation
Author
Brucke M et al.
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2007 Aug;74(2):317-24

Comparison of effects of different hand positions during cardiopulmonary resuscitation

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Year
2005
Journal
Resuscitation
Author
Diószeghy C et al.
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2005 Sep;66(3):297-301

Measuring forces and frequency during active compression decompression cardiopulmonary resuscitation: a device for training, research and real CPR

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Year
1999
Journal
Resuscitation
Author
Baubin M et al.
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1999 Dec;43(1):17-24

Chest injuries after active compression-decompression cardiopulmonary resuscitation (ACD-CPR) in cadavers

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Year
1999
Journal
Resuscitation
Author
Baubin M et al.
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1999 Dec;43(1):9-15

Active compression-decompression resuscitation: the influence of different chest geometries on the force transmission

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Year
1997
Journal
Resuscitation
Author
Haid C et al.
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1997 Aug;35(1):83-5

Active compression-decompression cardiopulmonary resuscitation (ACD-CPR) compared with standard CPR in a manikin model--decompression force, compression rate, depth and duration

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Year
1997
Journal
Resuscitation
Author
Skogvoll E et al.
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1997 Feb;34(1):11-6

The ventilation/compression ratio influences the effectiveness of two rescuer advanced cardiac life support on a manikin

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Year
1996
Journal
Resuscitation
Author
Wik L et al.
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1996 Apr;31(2):113-9
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