CorPatch

10001-01
€67,50
In stock
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Preorder your CorPatch® now!

CorPatch® can prepare and guide you to perform quality CPR in a real-life case of cardiac arrest.

CorPatch® is a medical device in the form of a keyhanger, equipped with an electronic device that measures depth, frequency, and recoil, as well as flow fraction of chest compressions and communicates these data to a free app on your smartphone.

The free CorPatch® app translates the signals from the CorPatch® to the smartphone’s audio-visual user interface, where you get feedback and can optimize the quality of CPR. CorPatch® prepares and empowers you to correctly diagnose cardiac arrest and perform high quality CPR in case you witness a cardiac arrest.

It is possible to train CPR with CorPatch® for 5 minutes every 3 months, and thereby be well-prepared to act in case you witness a cardiac arrest – we call this Train-As-You-Fight.

Important!

Please read the full user guide before use of the product.

The medical product ‘CorPatch’ is a single-use product that must exclusively be used on a person in a real-life situation and only if the person suffers from a cardiac arrest. It is not intended to be used on persons suffering from e.g. stroke, heart attack, or other health-related illnesses.

Compatibility
The free CorPatch® app is compatible with iOS and Android devices. The App requires Android 8.0 respectively iOS 14.0 or later versions and Bluetooth® 4.2.
We recommend updating your device’s operating system regularly.

CorPatch® can be used by anyone strong enough to perform CPR. CorPatch® is suitable for use on adolescents or adults in cardiac arrest.

Shipping from our central warehouse will be invoiced separately depending on your location. We currently only sell to Denmark, Germany, Finland and Italy. Please contact us on info@corpatch.com for deliveries to your country.

For Switzerland, please contact our dealer Mr. Mathias Duschl on md@corpatch.com

Expected delivery time: November/December 2022

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