Code CPR allows for the quick and easy timing and registration of events during incidents or medical procedures in the emergency room, such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch.
In this environment it is important, yet very difficult, to maintain a reliable record of what is happening, as well as to accurately record the amount of elapsed time. It was to assist those who are likely to perform these functions that this app was created.
• Easy to use event logging. The app comes with around 100 events in several predefined categories (drugs, procedures and other events), with the possibility of adding many more. These can marked as favorites for easy selection, or searched for by name and category.
• Logging the amount of time elapsed since activation.
• Audio and visual alarms for events.
• A log book for past events, with the date and time during the procedure in which they were added. They can be exported in text format to either clipboard or e-mail.
• A metronome to facilitate the performance of cardiac massage with the correct frequency on your phone or your wrist with Apple Watch.
• Apple Watch Support with glances notifications and event logging.
- Compatibility fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Overall great app...
Great set up. Would give 5 stars but; Metronome hurts peoples ears and skips around a lot then confuses the compressor trying to keep up with the metronome. Would like to see if you can change the metronome sound to something more like a click, like a real metronome. Otherwise I can add more events that I use at work which is wonderful. Love the favorites list saves a lot of time. Overall great app, thank you!
Developer Response ,
Hi, thanks for the review.
As for the the metronome the sound is purposely loud, to make sure it can be heard in an loud environment. Maybe it can be made a bit shorter. As for the skipping, when testing it didn't seem to do it but I will look it again.
Can't start timer from the watch, an got to have the app running on the phone just to see the timer on the watch. needs to be fix, an would be nice to have a option to hear the heart beat sound from the watch to keep you on rhythm, while doing CPR.
Developer Response ,
Hi, this reported bug was already fixed.
As for the suggested feature, it is already implemented, not with a sound but with a tap on the wrist, with the frequency defined in the iPhone app.
I download this app thinking that it will be great to have something to help you in a code but after try it for some time I realize that this is not an intuitive app and needs some refinements. Also in this situation you need to focus in what are you doing and not in what button do you need to touch to record the situation. I appreciate that the developer try to make something great to help the healthcare workers in that situation of stress but the app needs to be easier to operate and more intuitive.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.