Following on from the huge success of the Brayden manikin launched in 2014, Innosonian Europe are delighted to announce the launch of Brayden Pro. The Brayden Pro is the next logical step building on the success of the groundbreaking Brayden manikin.
Developed in conjunction with leading members of the European Resuscitation Community in pre-hospital, hospital, university and voluntary sectors, The Brayden Pro provides health care professionals with quantitative data driven feedback.
The Bluetooth link between the impressive Brayden Pro manikin and the app on an android tablet greatly enhances the training value of the system. It gives not only an immediate guide to the quality of compressions, but also offers trends and a permanent record of what is being achieved. It would be hard to rival as a training system.
Professor Douglas Chamberlain
Comprehensive CPR Metrics
The Brayden Pro provides comprehensive feedback of CPR performance via a number of easy to use and intuitive interactive screens on the Brayden Pro App.
- The initial feedback screen presents the overall score obtained for the CPR performed (according to the scoring algorithm). It highlights performance for 8 key CPR parameters and presents the data as a unique interactive ‘radar chart’. (see below)
- The second screen provides detailed analysis of the CPR performance. Average values of compressions and ventilations are presented together with historical trend information alongside a graph of corresponding CPR quality over time.
- The third screen provides a tabular summary of CPR performance carried out.
- The final screen provides individual CPR metric information in a bar chart format. These are presented for each cycle of CPR performed. The individual screens can easily be scrolled between.
The Brayden Pro manikin is based upon the widely used Brayden manikin. Both manikins share the same form and anatomical landmarks and the compliance of the chest and ventilation characteristics are the same. This similarity allows a logical training progression from the Brayden to the Brayden Pro manikin when a numeric, quantitative assessment is required of CPR performance.
Sophisticated Numerical Scoring
The Brayden Pro app uses a scoring algorithm based upon information relating to key CPR parameters set out in the European Resuscitation Guidelines 2015 and the American Heart Association Guidelines 2015. These parameters are weighted in the scoring algorithm according to advice given to Innosonian Europe by leading Resuscitation key opinion leaders. The Brayden Pro app has a set-up menu which allows these parameters to be adjusted if the Guidelines change in the future. The student experience can also be taken into account (lay responder/healthcare professional).
The results of CPR performance can easily be exported by email or via common Social Network Sites (SNS). This enables a record of performance to be shared. In Instructor mode, this file can also be personalised with the students name and, when used in conjunction with Assessment mode, can record and export the results of a full CPR scenario (incorporating an AED). The Brayden Pro app also allows CPR performance to be exported via an excel file. This provides achieved numeric data to be shared directly – perfect for research projects. The Brayden Pro records automatically all files which can be easily managed using the intuitive software.