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Using the EleGARD™ Patient Positioning System

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Webinars

Our Webinar Series features informative online workshops on ElevatedCPRTM Therapy and the EleGARDTM Patient Positioning System.

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Clinical and Training Tools

Welcome to our Clinical Education and Resources page. Here you will find helpful tools and information on the ElevatedCPR method and the EleGARDTM Patient Positioning System. We want you to have a successful experience with the ElevatedCPR method and the EleGARD System, so if you need additional information, please complete the form near the bottom of this page or contact us at 763-259-3722.

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Latest News

AdvancedCPR Solutions Receives Additional Broad Patent Protection for its ElevatedCPR Method

June 5, 2020

[June 5, 2020: Minneapolis, MN]  The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued emerging medical device firm AdvancedCPR Solutions its ninth patent related to the company’s ElevatedCPR™ method. The broad method patent (U.S. Patent No. 10,667,987) is exclusively licensed to the company and covers methods for performing CPR with a patient in a supine position for a period of time, followed by CPR with the patient’s head and/or torso elevated, and with forceful chest compressions that are uniformly distributed across the compression surface during each chest compression.“Our

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