INTRODUCTION: Relive is a serious game focusing on increasing kids and young adults' awareness on CPR. We evaluated the use of Relive on schoolchildren. METHODS: A longitudinal, prospective study was carried out in two high schools in Italy over a 8-month period, divided in three phases: baseline, competition, and retention. Improvement in schoolchildren's CPR awareness, in terms of knowledge (MCQ results) and skills (chest compression (CC) rate and depth), was evaluated. Usability of Relive and differences in CC performance according to sex and BMI class were also evaluated. RESULTS: At baseline, students performed CC with a mean depth of 31mm and a rate of 95 cpm. In the competition phase, students performed CC with a mean depth of 46mm and a rate of 111 cpm. In the retention phase, students performed CC with a mean depth of 47mm and a rate of 131 cpm. Thus, the training session with Relive during the competition phase affected positively both CC depth (p<0.001) and rate (p<0.001). Such an effect persisted up to the retention phase. CC depth was also affected by gender (p<0.01) and BMI class (p<0.01). Indeed, CC depth was significantly greater in male players and in players with higher BMI. Seventy-three percent of students improved their CPR knowledge as represented by an increases in the MCQ score (p<0.001). The participants perceived the Relive to be easy to use with effective feedback. CONCLUSIONS: Relive is an useful tool to spread CPR knowledge and improve CPR skills in schoolchildren.

Kids (learn how to) save lives in the school with the serious game Relive / F. Semeraro, A. Frisoli, C. Loconsole, N. Mastronicola, F. Stroppa, G. Ristagno, A. Scapigliati, L. Marchetti, E. Cerchiari. - In: RESUSCITATION. - ISSN 0300-9572. - 116(2017 Jul), pp. 27-32. [10.1016/j.resuscitation.2017.04.038]

Kids (learn how to) save lives in the school with the serious game Relive

G. Ristagno;
2017-07

Abstract

INTRODUCTION: Relive is a serious game focusing on increasing kids and young adults' awareness on CPR. We evaluated the use of Relive on schoolchildren. METHODS: A longitudinal, prospective study was carried out in two high schools in Italy over a 8-month period, divided in three phases: baseline, competition, and retention. Improvement in schoolchildren's CPR awareness, in terms of knowledge (MCQ results) and skills (chest compression (CC) rate and depth), was evaluated. Usability of Relive and differences in CC performance according to sex and BMI class were also evaluated. RESULTS: At baseline, students performed CC with a mean depth of 31mm and a rate of 95 cpm. In the competition phase, students performed CC with a mean depth of 46mm and a rate of 111 cpm. In the retention phase, students performed CC with a mean depth of 47mm and a rate of 131 cpm. Thus, the training session with Relive during the competition phase affected positively both CC depth (p<0.001) and rate (p<0.001). Such an effect persisted up to the retention phase. CC depth was also affected by gender (p<0.01) and BMI class (p<0.01). Indeed, CC depth was significantly greater in male players and in players with higher BMI. Seventy-three percent of students improved their CPR knowledge as represented by an increases in the MCQ score (p<0.001). The participants perceived the Relive to be easy to use with effective feedback. CONCLUSIONS: Relive is an useful tool to spread CPR knowledge and improve CPR skills in schoolchildren.
Basic life support; Cardiac arrest; Cardiopulmonary resuscitation; Chest compression; Kids save lives; Kinect; Motion tracking technology; Schoolchildren; Serious game; Training
Settore MED/41 - Anestesiologia
Article (author)
File in questo prodotto:
File Dimensione Formato  
Resuscitation2017_relive2.pdf

accesso riservato

Tipologia: Publisher's version/PDF
Dimensione 1.22 MB
Formato Adobe PDF
1.22 MB Adobe PDF   Visualizza/Apri   Richiedi una copia
Pubblicazioni consigliate

Caricamento pubblicazioni consigliate

I documenti in IRIS sono protetti da copyright e tutti i diritti sono riservati, salvo diversa indicazione.

Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: http://hdl.handle.net/2434/620357
Citazioni
  • ???jsp.display-item.citation.pmc??? 6
  • Scopus 30
  • ???jsp.display-item.citation.isi??? 28
social impact