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Used this recently at a cardiac arrest, one problem arose when trying to use the metronome, as it can only be used when phone is not on silent. Put phone on loud to make it work, but subsequently received several text messages/WhatsApps whilst still using the app. Causing loud notification sounds to be heard. (Very off putting) Would be a benefit if the metronome could still be used when in phones silent mode, so this wouldn’t occur again.
I really don’t think much more is needed for this app.. anymore and it just becomes more fidgety. It’s currently simple and effective. Only addition I feel would be good is an alarm at the end of every 2mins but hasn’t been an issue when I’ve used on the job without it. Also, everyone is requesting a button to record shocks. It’s simple to work out, if the rhythm you recorded was shockable, then you should have delivered a shock so therefore just count the shockable rhythms. A handy small counter of shocks given wouldn’t go astray but I think it’s brilliant and has gone down well on all the jobs I’ve used It on.
All seems pretty good and handy, few additions that would be handy especially for Pre-Hospital arrest / bystander treatment: - An on screen counter of compressions with a notification every 30 to prompt the timing for 2 rescue breaths - bigger more obvious start button - not to automatically have a 2 minute time ring but instead to start with a 30:2 compressions ring then move to others if AED pressed etc - Less ability to suddenly stop metronome, other apps can continue playing sound if you come out of the app, phone goes on standby etc, and this even stops if you accidentally tap the options screen - Better historic logs including total time of not just rhythm and ALS interventions Otherwise looks pretty good!
Great idea for a resus app. My opinion, the time ring could be smaller leaving more space for bigger buttons... like a bigger metronome on/off. Once started, the metronome should play throughout even when viewing the log or the options screen. Having a box to record shocks, and other data like temperature and blood sugar levels would be useful. Also a "end resus" button would be useful too
I’ve been looking for an app like this for a while. This has the right idea but could be made a lot better if you include: Procedures (iGel inserted, intubation, iv access, io access, 150J DC Shock, Synchronised shock) and perhaps add iv fluids, and some 2nd line drugs eg Magnesium. (These can all be added as additional drugs but would be better to have them all on the front screen and make the timer a bit smaller).
Developed by the Kurtis Poole,
who have also released the following apps tidyResus .
tidyResus has 32 user reviews.
tidyResus has an average rating of 4.1.
The latest version of tidyResus (2.5) was released on Feb 02, 2017.
You can download tidyResus here:.
tidyResus is a cardiac arrest event tracker, with a stop watch and metronome. Simply tap the initial rhythm and a stopwatch will begin, the rhythm logged. You can
record adrenaline doses, with a timer showing you how long has passed since the last dose. Additional drugs can be customised and added to the incident.
Primarily aimed at prehospital cardiac arrests where resources can be scarce and the running of the arrest perhaps chaotic. At any point you can view an event log, which will show the events you have recorded.
You can review previous incidents and their associated log.
tidyResus was developed for those trained in providing ALS. It performs no calculation nor interpretation, and offers no recommendation on assessment, treatment or management of a cardiac arrest. You are entirely responsible for ensuring accurate documentation and appropriate cardiac arrest management. tidyResus is entirely administrative. It records no information beyond the generic events.
tidyResus will keep your device awake whilst the app is open.
I strongly encourage you to contact me with any identified bugs, issues, or suggestions - I will actively fix and update. You can do so via the "developer website" link on the app store.
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