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Pneumatic CPR garment

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #5370603.

A system for pneumatically controlling the blood circulation in the lower body extremities in enhancing effectiveness of cardiopulmonary resuscitation on a subject is described which comprises an inflatable garment for covering a preselected portion of the lower body and legs of a subject, a source of pressurized air operatively connected to the garment through a control valve configured for controllably deflating and inflating the garment in response to the application and removal of cardiopulmonary resuscitation pressure applied to a sensor disposed on the chest of a subject.

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