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Ventilation with CCSV

 Synchronizing lungs and heart during CPR

CCSV – ventilation that supports cardiac output

With Chest Compression Synchronized Ventilation (CCSV) WEINMANN Emergency has developed a ventilation mode specifically designed for resuscitation. Integrated in the MEDUMAT Standard², CCSV applies a pressure-controlled mechanical breath synchronized with each chest compression. This revolutionary method avoids the disadvantages of conventional ventilation modes while also demonstrably improving gas exchange and hemodynamics.

Confirmed in studies: medical efficacy compared to IPPV ventilation in resuscitation

In studies, the following effects of CCSV ventilation in the context of resuscitation could be compared with IPPV ventilation during resuscitation:

  • CCSV positively supports haemodynamics
    Improved average arterial blood pressure  1.)
  • CCSV optimizes ventilation
    Improved oxygen partial pressure 2.)
    Reduced carbon dioxide partial pressure 
     3.)
  • CCSV supports the acid/base balance
    Improves pH  3.)
  • CCSV does not cause any damage to the lung
    CCSV causes neither macroscopic nor histological damage  4.)

Ergonomic benefits at a glance:

  • Direct support of chest compressions by the ventilator
  • Can be integrated in best practice resuscitation with no restrictions
  • Compatible with chest compression system
  • Easy to use: no complicated setting of ventilation parameters necessary

  1. Kill, Clemens; Hahn, Oliver; Dietz, Florian; Neuhaus, Christian; Schwarz, Stefan; Mahling, Robert et al. (2014b): Mechanical ventilation during cardiopulmonary resuscitation with intermittent positive-pressure ventilation, bilevel ventilation, or chest compression synchronized ventilation in a pig model. In: Critical care medicine 42 (2), e89-95. DOI: 10.1097/CCM.0b013e3182a63fa0.
  2. Kill, Clemens; Galbas, Monika; Neuhaus, Christian; Hahn, Oliver; Wallot, Pascal; Kesper, Karl et al. (2015): Chest Compression Synchronized Ventilation versus Intermitted Positive Pressure Ventilation during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in a Pig Model. In: PloS one 10 (5), e0127759. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0127759.
  3. Dersch, Wolfgang; Wallot, Pascal; Hahn, Oliver; Sauerbrei, Christopher; Jerrentrup, Andreas; Neuhaus, Christian et al. (2012): Resuscitation and mechanical ventilation with Chest Compression Synchronized Ventilation (CCSV) or Intermitted Positive Pressure Ventilation (IPPV). Influence on gas exchange and return of spontaneous circulation in a pig modelCategory: CPR Systems. In: Resuscitation 83, e3. DOI: 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2012.08.010.
  4. Dersch, Wolfgang; Hoselmann, Philipp; Neuhaus, Christian; Palm, Ulrich; Bösl, Elisabeth; Wallot, Pascal et al. (2013): Resuscitation with mechanical ventilation. The effects of Chest Compression Synchronized Ventilation (CCSV) or Intermitted Positive Pressure Ventilation (IPPV) on lung injury in a pig model. In: Resuscitation 84, S15. DOI: 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2013.08.052.