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June 10, 2019

Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Uses CODE ACES2 & Simulation to Improve CPR Quality

In 2013, Johns Hopkins Children’s Center started developing a new approach to CPR—Coaching, Objective‐Data Evaluation, Action‐linked phrases, Choreography, Ergonomics, Structured debriefing, and Simulation (CODE ACES²). The children’s hospital recently published research on the approach, which increased achievement of excellent CPR based on American Heart Association guidelines from 19.9% of resuscitation events to 44.3%! Let’s take [...]

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April 17, 2018

Saving Lives! Learning CPR Through Games-Based Simulation with AppClinic

As part of the launch of the AppClinic series of apps and simulations for medical and veterinary professionals, HealthySimulation.com connected with Matt Haselton, Game Designer at Filament Games and Lead Designer on ‘Saving Lives!’, AppClinic’s marquee CPR/AED learning game. We heard from Matt about the inspiration behind the project and the particular advantages of delivering [...]

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March 27, 2015

How to export Quality-CPR (QCPR) data from simulation sessions with SimMan 3G and SimView from Juri Bendini

Juri Bendini, Technical Manager & Educational Services Specialist at Laerdal Italia, recently shared on his blog on “How to export Quality-CPR (QCPR) data from simulation sessions with SimMan 3G and SimView”. In his detailed article with photo walk-thru Juri shows us how we can export these results into a spreadsheet and even display [...]

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August 29, 2014

Tore Laerdal TEDx Talk "Collaboration Breeds Innovation"

Tore Laerdal, Chairman of Laerdal Medical gave this TEDx talk last year in Stavanger on how “Collaboration Breeds Innovation” and opened his presentation by sharing how his life was saved by his father at the age of two after he drowned in a lake. As a plastics toy manufacturer, Tore believes this [...]

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