One system Multiple treatment options
The Cardiohelp System can support cardiac and / or pulmonary function using either veno-venous or venoarterial ECLS.
Veno-arterial life support is used with patients whose hearts are not adequately supporting their circulation or have arrested. Veno-venous life support provides respiratory assistance for lung disorders. Support can be extended to complete substitution of the organ function.
This provides a logical, well-adapted treatment with optimized ventilation techniques.
A portable mechanical life support system
- anytime, anywhere
The Cardiohelp System can be easily and rapidly deployed at the bedside or in the field, offering patients portable, seamless heart-lung support.
For the use in multiple settings
The Cardiohelp System is effective in all forms of patient transport, including intrahospital transport between departments, or inter-hospital transport by helicopter or ambulance. Even during intra- or inter-hospital transportation, the portable system guarantees adequate patient oxygen supply and CO₂ reduction to enable the best organ perfusion possible for the patient.
Key features include:
- Secure installation in any ambulance and various helicopter types
- Integrated lithium-ion batteries provide at least 90 minutes of operating time when fully charged
- The Cardiohelp Transport Guard provides additional stability and crash protection
A broad variety of transport-specific accessories are available, including mobile
holder and base plate for secure fixation of the device or trolley system.
Cardiohelp with additional transport guard
HLS Set Advanced
The HLS Set Advanced provides complete monitoring and is specially developed for veno-venous or veno-arterial extracorporeal support for up to 30 days (CE region) continuous use.
Designed for veno-venous and veno-arterial vessel access. These cannulae provide easy and reliable connection of peripheral vessels to an extracorporeal circuit
SPRINTER CART XL
A workstation for extracorporeal support devices and applications in the operating room and intensive care unit, as well as for patient transport
Supporting patients during high-risk percutaneous cardiac interventions