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LUCAS 3 Chest Compression System

This training is relevant for both LUCAS 3, v3.0 and v3.1. It does not include training on optional setup features (v3.1). 

You will learn:

  • The basic orientation, use and handling of the LUCAS 3 device (referred to as LUCAS)
  • How to apply the LUCAS device correctly on the patient and with a minimum of interruptions to manual chest compressions

Train regularly to keep up proficiency. Cardiac arrest may be an infrequent event.

Course structure

Theoretical training

  • Device orientation
  • Highlighted topics
  • Theoretical test

After completing the theoretical test successfully, you will receive a certificate of completion.

Hands-on training

  • How to apply the device correctly with aminimum of interruptions to manual CPR
  • How to apply the stabilization strap

Train to apply the LUCAS device hands-on and do a user performance evaluation.   

Remember!

Resuscitation consists of a range of activities that need to be performed timely and correctly.

We suggest you train not only on the LUCAS device, but on your complete local resuscitation protocol, including manual chest compressions, rhythm checks, defibrillation, ventilation, medication and patient management strategies. These are all critical elements for successful resuscitation.

Organizations globally have developed comprehensive protocols and check lists to follow when implementing LUCAS into resuscitation. Find examples of these as well as other useful training tools on our training resources page.

The LUCAS 3 Chest Compression System, version 3.1 is CE-marked, cleared for sales in the US and Canada.
For details on local regulatory status and availability, please contact your local Stryker or Physio-Control sales representative.