The ROSC-U™ Miniature Chest Compressor

First responders currently using mechanical chest compressors are frustrated by size, weight and complexity of the products available. Trained emergency personel that rely on manual. CPR are well aware of human limitations, which reduce optimal results for a patient with sudden cardiac arrest. In addition, administering manual CPR during vehicular transport, moving a patient up or down staircases, or in and out of buildings is often difficult and unsafe.


The Challenge

  • A sudden cardiac arrest victim’s chance of survival decreases 10% for every minute they fail to receive quality continuous chest compressions.
  • However, administering consistent manual chest compressions at the AHA’s recommended rate and depth can be challenging for healthcare providers to maintain beyond two minutes. 

The Solution

The ROSC-U™ Mini Chest Compressor is a compact CPR device that delivers consistent chest compressions (rate and depth). It is secured directly to the chest by a wide belt called a Torso Restraint which wraps around the patient. 

  • This patented system produces and contains compression force unique to its design, which improves hemodynamic efficacy, increasing the success of CPR. The unique function of the ROSC-U™ Miniature Chest Compressor can cause less injury to a patient’s chest when compared to other CPR methods.
  • The combination of a low profile and unique method of patient attachment allows the ROSC-U™ Miniature Chest Compressor to perform CPR in challenging situations such as in a Cath Lab, during patient transport and in a moving vehicle.
  • The ROSC-U™ Miniature Chest Compressor has been likened to a Hybrid device providing both Sternal Displacement (piston effect) and Circumferential Chest Compression (load distribution effect) simultaneously.

Features and benefits

  • Delivers Circumferential Chest Compressions vs. Single Point Compression:
    • More Effective Chest Compression
    • Improved Perfusion
  • Compressions Adjust to the Anatomy of the Individual Patient:
    • Reducing Occurrences of Patient Injuries
    • Increasing Use Time (per Charge) by Decreasing Energy Required
  • Frees Up Personnel Allowing For:
    • Focus on Other Critical Functions
    • Coordination and Communication of Care




  • Can be Used with Virtually any Transport Device - No Backboard Required
  • Intuitive, Easy to Use, Just 4 Buttons and No Complicated Programming
  • Compact Size and Weight Requiring Little Storage Space
  • Uses Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Technology (up to 3 hours use between charges)
  • Very Little Training Required of Personnel
  • 10 Second Deployment Minimizes CPR Interruptions
  • Low Cost of Ownership Compared to Competitive Products
  • Allows CPR to be Performed Longer with Greater Consistency than Manual CPR