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Article Dans Une Revue Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine Année : 2021

Can a Glove-Coach Technology Significantly Increase the Efficacy of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation on Non-healthcare Professionals? A Controlled Trial

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Introduction: Cardiovascular accidents are the world's leading cause of death. A good quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can reduce cardiac arrest-associated mortality. This study aims to test the coaching system of a wearable glove, providing instructions during out-of-hospital CPR. Materials and Methods: We performed a single-blind, controlled trial to test non-healthcare professionals during a simulated CPR performed on an electronic mannequin. The no-glove group was the control. The primary outcome was to compare the accuracy of depth and frequency of two simulated CPR sessions. Secondary outcomes were to compare the decay of CPR performance and the percentage of the duration of accurate CPR. Results: About 130 volunteers were allocated to 1:1 ratio in both groups; mean age was 36 ± 15 years (min–max 21–64) and 62 (48%) were men; 600 chest compressions were performed, and 571 chest compressions were analyzed. The mean frequency in the glove group was 117.67 vs. 103.02 rpm in the control group ( p < 0.001). The appropriate rate cycle was 92.4% in the glove group vs. 71% in the control group, with a difference of 21.4% ( p < 0.001). Mean compression depth in the glove group was 52.11 vs. 55.17 mm in the control group ( p < 0.001). A mean reduction of compression depth over time of 5.3 mm/min was observed in the control group vs. 0.83 mm/min of reduction in the glove group. Conclusion: Visual and acoustic feedbacks provided through the utilization of the glove's coaching system were useful for non-healthcare professionals' CPR performance.
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hal-03632877 , version 1 (06-04-2022)

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Michele Musiari, Andrea Saporito, Samuele Ceruti, Maira Biggiogero, Martina Iattoni, et al.. Can a Glove-Coach Technology Significantly Increase the Efficacy of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation on Non-healthcare Professionals? A Controlled Trial. Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine, 2021, 8, pp.685988. ⟨10.3389/fcvm.2021.685988⟩. ⟨hal-03632877⟩
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