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SimCPR®Pro Trainer

Our 3rd generation wristband for CPR-feedback and data!

SimCPR®Pro Trainer is an easy and accurate training tool for improving CPR-quality. The wristband has an accelerometer to measure chest compression depth and rate.

The red and green LED shows you if depth and rate are within the CPR-guidelines (≥2 inches/100-120 bpm). 

Extra feedback and scores are available with our free SimCPR®Pro Trainer-app (Android/iOS-smartphones).

Our training tool can also be connected with other CPR-training software.

Connect your CPR-training software

SimCPR®Pro Trainer has bluetooth and connects also with compatible CPR-training software from other developers. 

Just have a look at the SimCPR-feedback of ECG Simulator (DART Sim) or Virtual Life Support (VR-Lab)!

Smart CPR Trainer app

This video shows the feedback on your smartwatch during CPR training after installing the Smart CPR Trainer app.

Vibration and icons indicate that depth and/or tempo are not correct. During good CPR the green smiley appears and vibrations stop.

Your smartwatch as CPR Trainer!

The easiest way to improve your CPR-skills!

Smart CPR Trainer is the first smartwatch app with feedback on chest compression depth and rate.

The app is based on our SimCPR®Pro Trainer and provides extra feedback through vibrations, icons and voice prompts.

Everyone with a smartwatch can train Hands-Only CPR within a few minutes. The app can also be used to repeat your chest compression training.

According to the America Heart Association (AHA) HandsOnly CPR can be just as effective as conventional CPR.

Smart SimCPR Trainer is now available on the App Store and Google Play (Wear OS).

Chest compression feedback on your smartwatch!

Download the Smart CPR Trainer iOS app now!

Download the Smart CPR Trainer Wear OS app now!

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FAQ

What’s the difference between the smartwatch app and SimCPR®Pro Trainer?

You can use your own smartwatch for CPR-feedback by simply downloading our Smart CPR Trainer app. The smartwatch app provides feedback through vibrations, icons and voice prompts.

The SimCPR®Pro Trainer is a wristband using only a red + green LED for simple feedback. The wristband can be connected to a free smartphone app for extra feedback with depth and tempo scores.

How do I wear the smartwatch or SimCPR®Pro Trainer for CPR-feedback?

You can use the smartwatch or wristband on your left- or right wrist.

Preferably you wear it around the wrist of the hand that makes contact with the victim’s chest. This provides the most accurate results.

What does the smartwatch or SimCPR®Pro Trainer measure?

The smartwatch and SimCPR®Pro Trainer have a built-in accelerometer for registration of the chest compression movements.

Our accelerometer algorithm, accurately calculates the distance between compression and decompression (depth) and the tempo.

What feedback do I get from the SimCPR®Pro Trainer?

As long as compression-decompression is less than 5 cm/2 inches, the red LED will continue flashing. This means compressions are not deep enough and/or the recoil of the victim’s chest is not complete.

As soon as compression-decompression of the chest is more than 5 cm/2 inches, the green LED will flash (110/min).

When both depth and tempo are within the guidelines the green LED is continuously on.

This form of feedback improves the quality of CPR, even by healthcare professionals (Resuscitation 2019).

What feedback do I get from the smartwatch?

As long as compression-decompression is less than 5 cm/2 inches, a weight-icon appears and you feel vibrations. This means compressions are not deep enough and/or the recoil of the victim’s chest is not complete.

When compressions are deep enough, but tempo is too slow or too fast, a turtle- or hare-icon appears in combination with vibrations.

When both depth and tempo are within the guidelines there are no vibration anymore and a green smiley appears. So no vibrations mean that your chest compressions are within the guidelines.

This form of feedback improves the quality of CPR, even by healthcare professionals (Resuscitation 2019).

Can an accelerometer measure leaning on the chest?

Indirectly it does. For example:

When the first responder compresses the chest 5,5 cm (2,2 inches) and keeps leaning 1 cm (0,4 inches), the device measures 4,5 cm (1,8 inches) compression/decompression. In this case the red LED keeps on flashing.

Before the first responder starts pushing harder, he/she has to check if the chest is fully released at the end of decompression.

When the chest is fully released, the device will measure 2,2 inches and the green LED will start flashing.

What's the battery life of the SimCPR®Pro Trainer?

The battery of the SimCPR®Pro Trainer will last for 6 year life in stand-by modus or 100 active hours of use.

It’s possible to change the 3V cell battery yourself.

Can I check the battery of the SimCPR®Pro Trainer?

You can check the battery life fast and easy by turning the device on and turning it off again.

After turning it off (pressing the ON/OFF-button for 2 seconds or more) the green or red LED will light up short. When the green LED lights up, the battery life is still sufficient. If the red LED lights up you have to change the battery.

Contact

Please fill in the contact form or send us an email: info@simcpr.com

You can also call us at: +31 50 211 24 14

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1e Energieweg 13
9301 LK Roden

The Netherlands