CPR practical device

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation training

Chest compression training in CPR practices

Beaty Compressions CPR

 

beaty It is a new device that allows you to perform effective chest compressions providing audible indications at 5cm depth.

Several studies have shown that the depth of chest compressions is related to the better survival rates and favorable functional outcomes of PCEH, the results suggest that applying the 51 mm depth, recommended in the current guideline of the AHA can improve results for PCEH victims.

The objective of this study is to evaluate the relationship between chest compression depth and survival. .593%) will survive and 13 will achieve favorable functional results (22,9%) the mitjana depth of the compressions will be significantly greater in the survivors (63 mm, 10,6% CI: 50-8,4) than in non-survivors CI: 53.6- 95).

Out-of-hospital cardiac arrests

The study will demonstrate that the depth of chest compressions is related to the improvement in survival rates and favorable functional results for PCEH, the results suggest that applying the 51mm depth, recommended in the current guide of the AHA can improve results for PCEH victims.

The purpose of this study is to measure the quality of CPR performed outside hospitals by ambulance personnel, in accordance with international CPR guidelines.

The defibrillators used in these cases will tax thoracic compressions using an estern coixinet adapted to an accelerometer, and ventilation via canvis on the thoracic impedance, in addition to standard events and ECG recordings.

In this study of CPR during out-of-hospital cardiac arrests, chest compressions will not be performed in many cases and if they are performed, most will be superficial. Specifically, the average depth of chest compressions will be 34 mm (95% CI, 33-35 mm).

Resuscitators must be trained to perform CPR only with compressions (used only by men), with help from the emergency telephone operator 112 or with an adult cardiac arrest victim.

During manual CPR, rescuers must perform chest compressions at a depth of 5cm in the chest in an adult of normal build.

Most monitoring signals obtained through CPR feedback devices indicate that chest compressions tend to be more superficial than more deep.

The depth of the compressions can be difficult to assess if you are not a fan of using feedback devices.