“Effectiveness of Video-assisted Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation”
About: Interventional study to investigate if video-assisted CPR is more effective than telephone-assisted or not-instructed CPR. By adding video to the call the EMS dispatchers can guide bystanders on how to perform CPR.
Start date: 2022-12-01
End date: 2023-01-23
Study performed in Hungary.
“The Integration of Live Video Tools to Help Bystanders During an Emergency Call: Protocol for a Mixed Methods Simulation Study”
About: A study that aimed to propose and evaluate the relevance of a living lab methodology involving video calls in simulated life-threatening emergency situations. The study shows that the medical dispatcher has an interest in visualizing the scene with live video.
Publication date: 2023-02-01
Study performed in Switzerland.
“Are smart glasses feasible for dispatch prehospital assistance during on-boat cardiac arrest? A pilot simulation study with fishermen”
About: A pilot study to examine the feasibility of life support for CPR performed by bystanders and guided by a dispatcher through Smart Glasses. The study focused on fisherman bystanders. By using Smart Glasses the bystanders could be guided to perform the basic life support.
Publication date: 2023-04-04
“Application of the Team Emergency Assessment Measure for Prehospital Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation”
About: An Observational Study to examine the use of an application that allowed video communication between paramedics and physicians. The teamwork was evaluated by experts using recorded video data from the SALS registry. SALS is a method of advanced resuscitation performed by paramedics under a video communication-based direction.
Publication date: 2022-09-14
“Evaluation Of CPR Quality Via Smartphone With A Video Livestream – A Study In A Metropolitan Area”
About: A study performed in 2018 in Cologne where it was examined if video livestreaming from a smartphone (the caller’s) to the EMS dispatcher could improve the quality of CPR.
Publication date: 2019-12-14