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Little Junior QCPR

Bystander CPR Saves Lives

Now with QCPR feedback technology, to help instructors improve CPR training quality, efficiency, and learner engagement.

Fun & Engaging

With objective feedback and scoring, learners are motivated not only to compete with one another, but also to try to beat their own best score. The competition element makes training more engaging and interactive and has been demonstrated to improve motivation.3  In addition to the traditional way of using performance metrics to display a score at the end of the session, Little Junior QCPR can also be used to run QCPR Game, a completely new and innovative way of engaging learners in CPR training.
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Improve quality to increase survival

Research shows that quality bystander CPR is directly associated with positive cardiac arrest outcomes.1,2 Training helps prepare a bystander to deliver CPR, but it is a challenge for instructors to provide accurate and objective feedback on their performance.

Little Junior is now available with feedback technology, which has been shown to improve CPR skill acquisition and performance.3

Measure to improve

Little Junior QCPR allows an instructor to monitor up to six learners at the same time from the palm of their hand. The QCPR Instructor App provides an easy to view performance summary that highlights which students may require further guidance. At a glance, you can see who is not compressing deeply enough, who is not compressing at the correct rate and who is over ventilating. Students can monitor their own performance with the QCPR Learner app or the tethered SkillGuide device.

QCPR measurement and feedback technology enables:

• Real-time feedback on compressions and ventilations
• Post-training debrief, including overall scores and tips for improvement
• Details on compression release, depth and rate, ventilation volume, and number of compressions, ventilations and cycles

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Engage learners with objective feedback

Check compatibility of the QCPR App

QCPR App has been developed as a cross-platform application: This means that the application is supported on a variety of platforms and operating systems.​

To enjoy the best experience while using QCPR App, please see below our recommended device configuration.​

Supported Operating Systems:
Platform Operating System (OS)
Android Android 10 and above
iOS iOS 13.0 and above
Windows (in development) Windows 10 (version 1903) and above

*Note that Android GO, Chrome OS and Windows 10 Mobile are not supported.​

Supported devices

Find in this article, a list of devices that Laerdal has tested internally during product development. This list is not exhaustive, and many more devices are supported.

Screen Size and Resolution

QCPR App will work on all types of phone size, but for an optimized experience, we recommend a screen size of 6.1” and a minimum resolution 1792*828 pixels.​

Device hardware requirements

The mobile device that you’ll use requires to have Bluetooth 4.0 or higher installed and Bluetooth must be enabled to connect to your manikins. To know more about permissions needed for QCPR App, please consult this article.

Permission requirements​

We recommend your mobile device to have at least 3 GB of RAM and some storage space available (at least 250 MB).

Additionally, your device will need to have a good GPU (graphical power) and CPU (processing/calculation power) for the app to work smoothly.

Already own a Little Junior?

All existing Little Junior manikins can be upgraded quickly and easily with the Little Junior QCPR Upgrade Kit.

References

1. Link MS, Atkins DL, Passman RS, Halperin HR, Samson RA, White RD, Cudnik MT, Berg MD, Kudenchuk PJ, Kerber RE. Part 6: electrical therapies: automated external defibrillators, defibrillation, cardioversion, and pacing: 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. Circulation. 2010;122(suppl 3):S706 –S719.

2. Dine CJ, Gersh RE, Leary M, Riegel BJ, Bellini LM, Abella BS. Improving cardiopulmonary resuscitation quality and resuscitation training by combining audiovisual feedback and debriefing. Crit Care Med. 2008

3. Smart et al. Does real-time objective feedback and competition improve performance and quality in manikin CPR training – a prospective observational study from several European EMS. Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine. 2015