Little Anne QCPR
Now with QCPR feedback technology, to help instructors improve CPR training quality, efficiency, and learner engagement.
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 Anne is now available with feedback technology, which has been shown improve CPR skill acquisition and performance.3
Fun & Engaging
Measure to improve
The following options can be used with Little Anne QCPR to obtain real-time and summary feedback of CPR performance. The feedback interface is consistent with other Laerdal QCPR solutions, and has been proven to be intuitive and effective for performing and improving quality CPR.
With this app, the instructor gets a performance overview of up to six manikins, simultaneously. Using their own observations and the objective feedback from the app, the instructor can quickly and effectively coach the learners to improve.
Real-time objective feedback for six learners
Performance summary with score and improvement tips
List of all saved results
This app can be used by the learner to practice on their own. Multiple learners can also use the app to coach each other.
Real-time objective feedback for the learner
List of all saved results
A small and portable feedback device that can be used as a supplement or standalone training
Already own a Little Anne?
All previous Little Anne models can be upgraded quickly and easily using an affordable upgrade kit.
We will soon release the upgrade kit to ensure that the QCPR learning benefits are available to everyone.
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