Samaid is doing research and development (R&D) to optimize the quality of CPR.

Most cases of cardiac arrest happen at home (75%) and bystanders CPR can double survival. Studies show that quality of (bystander) CPR is often low.

Correct depth and tempo of chest compressions are hard to achieve. Simple feedback on depth and tempo gives confidence to the rescuers and results in better quality CPR.

What kind of feedback is most effective to improve the quality of CPR?