Better data means better CPR
CODE-STAT software and service makes it easy to see and correlate key CPR performance metrics while the incident is still fresh. Spot at a glance where you need to improve—or gain confidence in your team’s operations and skills. Measure, review, report and repeat.
Drive better care
Respond more effectively with easier access to complete event data.
Train more efficiently
Focus training and performance management where it’s needed most.
Make improvement faster and easier
Simplify the collection, analysis and sharing of data that can power performance reviews and enhancement.
Save time on data collection and reporting
Collect information automatically and customize required reports and documentation.
Accelerate your QA/QI efforts with insights revealed through comprehensive CODE-STAT analysis. 2013 AHA Consensus Statement recommendations on CPR quality suggest maintaining “continuous quality improvement on provider, team, and system levels.”1 CODE-STAT software gives you quick access to relevant high-quality data—including compression hands-on time, chest compression and ventilation, rate, longest pause, peri-shock pause time and time elapsed before first shock.
See resuscitation performance at a glance
Create custom analytics and reporting according to your needs
Reduce data handling effort
Trusted consultation and support services
Chest compression fraction improved from 79 percent to 86 percent
Chest compression rates within recommended range improved from 87 percent to 90 percent
Non-shock pauses decreased from 40 seconds to 19 seconds
SERVICE AND SUPPORT
Robust support for your team
1. Meaney PA, Bobrow BJ, Mancini ME, et al. on behalf of the CPR Quality Summit Investigators, the American Heart Association Emergency Cardiovascular Care Committee, and the Council on Cardiopulmonary, Critical Care, Perioperative and Resuscitation. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation quality: improving cardiac resuscitation outcomes both inside and outside the hospital: a consensus statement from the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2013;128:417–435
2. Bleijenberg E, Koster, RW, deVries, H, et al. The impact of post-resuscitation feedback for paramedics on the quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Resuscitation. 7;110:1-5.
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