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Manual CPR clinical publications

Studies of declined quality or difficulties to adhere to guidelines
during manual CPR

Wik, L., P.A. Steen, and N.G. Bircher, Quality of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation influences outcome after prehospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation, 1994. 28(3): p. 195-203.

Pubmed abstract: Wik et al; Resuscitation, 1994. 28(3): p. 195-203

Wik, L., et al., Quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation during out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. JAMA, 2005. 293(3): p. 299-304.

Pubmed abstract: Wik et al; JAMA, 2005. 293(3): p. 299-304

Sunde, K., L. Wik, and P.A. Steen, Quality of mechanical, manual standard and active compression-decompression CPR on the arrest site and during transport in a manikin model. Resuscitation, 1997. 34(3): p. 235-42.

Pubmed abstract: Sunde et al; Resuscitation, 1997. 34(3): p. 235-42

Rottenberg, E.M., Quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. JAMA, 2005. 293(17): p. 2090; author reply 2090-1.

Pubmed abstract: Rottenberg; JAMA, 2005. 293(17): p. 2090; author reply 2090-1

Perkins, G.D., et al., Do different mattresses affect the quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation? Intensive Care Med, 2003. 29(12): p. 2330-5.

Pubmed abstract: Perkins et al; Intensive Care Med, 2003. 29(12): p. 2330-5

Olasveengen, T.M., L. Wik, and P.A. Steen, Quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation before and during transport in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation, 2008. 76(2): p. 185-90.

Pubmed abstract: Olasveengen et al; Resuscitation, 2008. 76(2): p. 185-90

Olasveengen, T.M., et al., A failed attempt to improve quality of out-of-hospital CPR through performance evaluation. Prehosp Emerg Care, 2007. 11(4): p. 427-33.

Pubmed abstract: Olasveengen et al; Prehosp Emerg Care, 2007. 11(4): p. 427-33

Ochoa, F.J., et al., The effect of rescuer fatigue on the quality of chest compressions. Resuscitation, 1998. 37(3): p. 149-52.

Pubmed abstract: Ochoa et al; Resuscitation, 1998. 37(3): p. 149-52

Kramer-Johansen, J., et al., Quality of out-of-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation with real time automated feedback: a prospective interventional study. Resuscitation, 2006. 71(3): p. 283-92.

Pubmed abstract: Kramer-Johansen et al; Resuscitation, 2006. 71(3): p. 283-92

Ko, P.C., et al., Evaluating the quality of prehospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation by reviewing automated external defibrillator records and survival for out-of-hospital witnessed arrests. Resuscitation, 2005. 64(2): p. 163-9.

Pubmed abstract: Ko et al; Resuscitation, 2005. 64(2): p. 163-9

Hightower, D., et al., Decay in quality of closed-chest compressions over time. Ann Emerg Med, 1995. 26(3): p. 300-3.

Pubmed abstract: Hightower et al; Ann Emerg Med, 1995. 26(3): p. 300-3

Dine, C.J., et al., Improving cardiopulmonary resuscitation quality and resuscitation training by combining audiovisual feedback and debriefing. Crit Care Med, 2008. 36(10): p. 2817-22.

Pubmed abstract: Dine et al; Crit Care Med, 2008. 36(10): p. 2817-22

Abella, B.S., et al., CPR quality improvement during in-hospital cardiac arrest using a real-time audiovisual feedback system. Resuscitation, 2007. 73(1): p. 54-61.

Pubmed abstract: Abella et al; Resuscitation, 2007. 73(1): p. 54-61

Abella, B.S., et al., Quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation during in-hospital cardiac arrest. JAMA, 2005. 293(3): p. 305-10.

Pubmed abstract: Abella et al; JAMA, 2005. 293(3): p. 305-10

Handley, A.J. and J.A. Handley, Performing chest compressions in a confined space. Resuscitation, 2004. 61(1): p. 55-61.

Pubmed abstract: Handley et al; Resuscitation, 2004. 61(1): p. 55-61

Aufderheide, T.P., et al., Incomplete chest wall decompression: a clinical evaluation of CPR performance by trained laypersons and an assessment of alternative manual chest compression-decompression techniques. Resuscitation, 2006. 71(3): p. 341-51.

Pubmed abstract: Aufderheide et al; Resuscitation, 2006. 71(3): p. 341-51

Aufderheide, T.P., et al., Incomplete chest wall decompression: a clinical evaluation of CPR performance by EMS personnel and assessment of alternative manual chest compression-decompression techniques. Resuscitation, 2005. 64(3): p. 353-62.

Pubmed abstract: Aufderheide et al; Resuscitation, 2005. 64(3): p. 353-62

Abella, B.S., et al., Chest compression rates during cardiopulmonary resuscitation are suboptimal: a prospective study during in-hospital cardiac arrest. Circulation, 2005. 111(4): p. 428-34.

Pubmed abstract: Abella et al; Circulation, 2005. 111(4): p. 428-34

Heidenreich, J.W., et al., Rescuer fatigue: standard versus continuous chest-compression cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Acad Emerg Med, 2006. 13(10): p. 1020-6.

Pubmed abstract: Heidenreich et al; Acad Emerg Med, 2006. 13(10): p. 1020-6

Perkins, G.D., et al., Quality of CPR during advanced resuscitation training. Resuscitation, 2008. 77(1): p. 69-74.

Pubmed abstract: Perkins et al; Resuscitation, 2008. 77(1): p. 69-74

Edelson, D.P., et al., Effects of compression depth and pre-shock pauses predict defibrillation failure during cardiac arrest. Resuscitation, 2006. 71(2): p. 137-45.

Pubmed abstract: Edelson et al; Resuscitation, 2006. 71(2): p. 137-45

Noordergraaf, G.J., et al., The quality of chest compressions by trained personnel: the effect of feedback, via the CPREzy, in a randomized controlled trial using a manikin model. Resuscitation, 2006. 69(2): p. 241-52.

Pubmed abstract: Noordergraaf et al; Resuscitation, 2006. 69(2): p. 241-52

Kim, J.A., et al., A randomized, controlled comparison of cardiopulmonary resuscitation performed on the floor and on a moving ambulance stretcher. Prehosp Emerg Care, 2006. 10(1): p. 68-70.

Pubmed abstract: Kim et al; Prehosp Emerg Care, 2006. 10(1): p. 68-70

Ashton, A., et al., Effect of rescuer fatigue on performance of continuous external chest compressions over 3 min. Resuscitation, 2002. 55(2): p. 151-5.

Pubmed abstract: Ashton et al; Resuscitation, 2002. 55(2): p. 151-5

Thoren, A.B., et al., Measurement of skills in cardiopulmonary resuscitation--do professionals follow given guidelines? Eur J Emerg Med, 2001. 8(3): p. 169-76.

Pubmed abstract: Thoren et al; Eur J Emerg Med, 2001. 8(3): p. 169-76

Studies of sustained quality during manual CPR

Bjorshol, C.A., et al., Quality of chest compressions during 10min of single-rescuer basic life support with different compression: ventilation ratios in a manikin model. Resuscitation, 2008. 77(1): p. 95-100.

Pubmed abstract: Bjorshol et al; Resuscitation, 2008. 77(1): p. 95-100

Losert, H., et al., Quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation among highly trained staff in an emergency department setting. Arch Intern Med, 2006. 166(21): p. 2375-80.

Pubmed abstract: Losert et al; Arch Intern Med, 2006. 166(21): p. 2375-80

Olasveengen, T.M., et al., Is CPR quality improving? A retrospective study of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation, 2007. 75(2): p. 260-6.

Pubmed abstract: Olasveengen et al; Resuscitation, 2007. 75(2): p. 260-6

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