LUCAS 3, v3.1 - Chest Compression System

SKU: PCO99576-000064
$28,744.25 each INC GST

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LUCAS 3, v 3.1

Chest compression system
Your partner in advanced resuscitation.

The LUCAS device delivers high-quality, consistent and continuous chest compressions shown by research to increase the chances of good patient outcomes.

Shown to improve CPR quality, on the move and over long durations,1,2 the LUCAS device extends the reach of care by maintaining chest compressions during transport to advanced lifesaving therapies, including extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) or percutaneous coronary intervention PCI in the cath lab.

By increasing provider safety, avoiding fatigue over long durations and reducing transport risks by allowing caregivers to sit belted, the LUCAS device can help calm the scene and provide an extra pair of hands.

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With more than 50,000 devices in the global market, a patient is treated approximately every minute3,4

7 Seconds

Median interruption when transitioning from manual to LUCAS compressions during routine Basic Life Support/ Advanced Life Support use5


CPR causes back pain in more than 60% of ambulance officers6


of survivors had good neurological outcomes in large randomized LINC trial7


  1. Putzer G, Braun P, Zimmerman A, et al. LUCAS compared to manual cardiopulmonary resuscitation is more effective during helicopter rescue–a prospective, randomized, cross-over manikin study. Am J Emerg Med.2013 Feb;31(2):384-9.
  2. Gyory R, Buchle S, Rodgers D, et al. The efficacy of LUCAS in prehospital cardiac arrest scenarios: A crossover mannequin study. West J Emerg Med.2017;18(3):437-445.
  3. Based on internal and external marketing and financial data
  4. If each device is conservatively used 1/month.
  5. Levy M, Yost D, Walker R, et al. A quality improvement initiative to optimize use of a mechanical chest compression device within a high performance CPR approach to out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation.2015;92:32-37
  6. Jones A, Lee R. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and back injury in ambulance officers. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health. 2005 May; 78 (4); 332-336.
  7. Rubertsson S, Lindgren E, Smekal, D et al. Mechanical chest compressions and simultaneous defibrillation vs conventional cardiopulmonary resuscitation in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. The LINC randomized trial.JAMA. 2013;311(1):53-61

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