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Year : 2020  |  Volume : 9  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 137-144

“Resuscitator”: Golden medtech proposal introducing a new era for CPR


1 Invited Foreigner Professor, China National Academy of Medical Sciences, China; Scientific Department, Argentine Acupuncture Society, Argentine; Member of the Argentine Resuscitation Council; Senior Lecturer of Surgery, School of Medical Sciences, National University of La Plata, Argentine; Hainan Medical University, Haikou, China; Academic Member of the World Cardiothoracic-Renal Disease Association
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Adrián A Inchauspe
Invited Foreigner Professor, China National Academy of Medical Sciences; Scientific Department, Argentine Acupuncture Society; Member of the Argentine Resuscitation Council; Senior Lecturer of Surgery, School of Medical Sciences, National University of La Plata; Hainan Medical University, Haikou, China; Academic Member of the World Cardiothoracic-Renal Disease Association

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DOI: 10.4103/2221-6189.288590

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The author has performed several rescues in both basic and advanced CPR failure. Such practice consists in stimulating an acupuncture point called KI-1 Yongquan, where terrestrial Yin energy enters into our bodies to nourish heart and lungs to maintain vital functions. Said stimulus follows the same ascending path of a lightning bolt. This integration between heart and kidneys makes up the deepest energetic level in acupuncture: the Shao Yin. Such level not only proceeds over cardiovascular physiology but also influences the central nervous system. This helps us to better understand the outstanding response when applied in cardiac arrest and stroke (84.51% survival rate in last 30 years). Such benefit in patients with bilateral amputation lead the discovery of a new energetic path called “reconciliation vessel”, presented before the Chinese National Academy of Medical Science in 2014 and 2016. The “resuscitator” can be used when physical barriers hamper the precordial massage: crashed or overturned vehicles, building collapses, landslides, and other catastrophes with a large number of victims. This prototype was developed under safety measures to avoid any collateral damage in patients or rescuers. By 2020, the global number of victims of cardiovascular diseases will involve 30 million people. Adding the 7% of brain-vascular victims will reach over 30% of all causes of death. Advanced technology may provide the “resuscitator” with global positioning systems to notify the emergency network to send the closest rescue unit to the victim. The present invention has been developed to assist resuscitation maneuvers in humans as well for veterinary use.


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