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SimCPR® Pro

SimCPR®Pro is a smart tool that makes CPR more effective.
Simple feedback with visual signals optimizes chest compressions of first responders.

Available in Europe end 2020.

How does it work?

SimCPR®Pro shows a correct tempo of CPR and lets you know when chest compressions are deep enough. 

The built-in SimCPR® accelerometer analyzes compression movements and accurately calculates the distance (depth). 

After switching the device on, the flashing red LED indicates a correct tempo of chest compressions (110/min).

As long as the distance traveled is less than 5 cm/2 inches, the red LED will continue flashing.

The red flashing can also mean that the rescuer is leaning too much on the victim’s chest.

As soon as the distance covered is more than 5 cm/2 inches, the green LED will flash (110/min). 

This form of feedback improves the quality of CPR, even by healthcare professionals.

Lu, T.C., Chang, Y.T., Ho, T.W., Chen, Y., Lee, Y.T., Wang, Y.S. et al. Using a smartwatch with real-time feedback improves the delivery of high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation by healthcare professionals. Resuscitation. 2019; 140: 16–22

How does it work?

For Rescue and Training

Customers can use SimCPR®Pro as a medical device and for self-training.

Instructors can use the special SimCPR®Trainer for their CPR courses.

SimCPR®-Feedback improves the quality of chest compressions and makes student more confident to perform CPR. 

Students can purchase a SimCPR®Pro from their instructor or training center.

Training centers who train students with SimCPR®-Feedback are allowed to use our SimCPR®Training-logo.


Please feel free to contact us.

For Rescue and Training


Dr. Harry Palsma, MD

Dr. Harry Palsma, MD

Palsma studied medicine and has more than 25 years of expertise in bystander CPR.

He trained thousands of students, wrote several first aid books and developed SimCPR-feedback in his mission to optimize survival from cardiac arrest. 

Dr. Erik Damen, PhD

Dr. Erik Damen, PhD

Damen has a doctorate (PhD) degree in physics, with 25 years of expertise in accelerometers.

After working for Philips, he started several companies with different accelerometer application. He joined his experience with Dr. Palsma to develop SimCPR-feedback.