Video-assisted Telephone CPR With the EmergencyEye-Software - a Pilot Study

U

University of Cologne

Status

Completed

Conditions

Cardiac Arrest

Treatments

Drug: telephone-assisted CPR
Device: Video-assisted CPR

Study type

Interventional

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT03527771
EmergencyEye-POP

Details and patient eligibility

About

Technical advance as broad-bandwidth wireless internet coverage and the ubiquity utilization of smartphones has opened up new possibilities which surpass the normal audio-only telephony. High quality and real-time video-telephony is now feasible. However until now this technology hasn't been deployed in the emergency respond service. In the hope of helping the detection of the cardiac arrest, offer the possibility to evaluate and correct via a video-instructed CPR (V-CPR) and to facilitate a fast localization of the emergency site, a new software (EmergencyEye®/RAMSES®) was developed which enables the dispatcher a video-telephony with the callers mobile terminal (smartphone) if suitable. This technology hasn't been tested in a randomized controlled trail yet and no data exists that shows if V-CPR in comparison to T-CPR and non-instructed CPR leads to a better bystander CPR-performance.

Full description

Technical advance as broad-bandwidth wireless internet coverage and the ubiquity utilization of smartphones has opened up new possibilities which surpass the normal audio-only telephony. High quality and real-time video-telephony is now feasible. However until now this technology hasn't been deployed in the emergency respond service. In the hope of helping the detection of the cardiac arrest, offer the possibility to evaluate and correct via a video-instructed CPR (V-CPR) and to facilitate a fast localization of the emergency site, a new software (EmergencyEye®/RAMSES®) was developed which enables the dispatcher a video-telephony with the callers mobile terminal (smartphone) if suitable. This technology hasn't been tested in a randomized controlled trail yet and no data exists that shows if V-CPR in comparison to T-CPR and non-instructed CPR leads to a better bystander CPR-performance.

Enrollment

150 patients

Sex

All

Ages

18 to 65 years old

Volunteers

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

  • healthy volunteer

Exclusion criteria

  • healthcare providers (medical practitioners, nurses, paramedics etc.)
  • pregnant women
  • people with cardio-pulmonary and musculoskeletal diseases or any other impairment that would risk harm for the volunteer while performing CPR for 8 minutes

Trial design

Primary purpose

Treatment

Allocation

Randomized

Interventional model

Parallel Assignment

Masking

None (Open label)

150 participants in 3 patient groups

unassisted CPR
No Intervention group
Description:
unassisted CPR
T-CPR
Active Comparator group
Description:
telephone assisted CPR according to ERC Guidelines 2015
Treatment:
Drug: telephone-assisted CPR
V-CPR
Experimental group
Description:
video-assisted CPR according to ERC Guidelines 2015
Treatment:
Device: Video-assisted CPR

Trial contacts and locations

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