Welcome to the CPR Game! The CPR Game is currently only available on iPhone/iPad/iPodTouch devices and is a unique and fun cardiac arrest simulator for persons with advanced CPR training. It has been developed to help healthcare/medical students, residents, paramedics and nurses become more proficient in advanced CPR. It is designed for someone who has taken BLS, ACLS or ATLS. The game is great because you can learn and make mistakes that do not harm real people! You can even play it during that boring basic science lecture!
The game takes place in the CPR Room, a state-of-the-art hospital resuscitation room. The user is presented with a case vignette of a patient that is critically ill, has lost a pulse and needs immediate resuscitation. You are responsible for managing chest compressions, getting IV access, assessing the rhythm strip, managing the airway and performing life saving interventions! There are approximately 20 realistic cases in the game.
Do not be fooled by the silly graphics, CPR game is a very technical medical simulator. The technical details are very important to learn if you wish to be an expert in resuscitation. The CPR Game was designed by an emergency physician and is designed to be challenging, even to persons skilled in cardiac arrest scenarios.
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Please watch all the CPR Game You Tube tutorials below! The CPR Game may not be very intuitive at first, but it has been designed to have a nice flow and functionality. To see an example of how to play the game, make sure you watch the "How to Play" video.
CPR Game Basics
CPR Game How to Play
CPR Game Winning Case
Thank you for purchasing and using CPR Game! We are always trying to improve the game, and we welcome any positive or negative feedback.
CPR Game Feedback
Thank you for purchasing the CPR Game! CPR Game is intended to be used as a cardiac arrest game/simulator. Because it is a game, it is in no way intended to be used for practice in clinical medicine. It is not to be used as a substitute for proper medical training. If used on a real patient, the medications and procedures in this application have potentially life-threatening adverse effects. The developer of CPR Game is in no way responsible for the outcome of any patient treated using data or cases from this application. The data and case information contained in CPR Game should not be used to override clinical experience and good clinical judgment.
While much effort has been made to make the game realistic, it is just a game and should not be used to make real clinical decisions. CPR Game is in no way a fully comprehensive or complete source of information regarding the topics that it contains.
The images in this application are simple cartoon illustrations and are not intended to be accurate representations of human anatomy or diagnostic studies. They are only intended to enhance the user interface. The user agrees to not hold EM Gladiators (the author of CPR Game) responsible for interpreting or misinterpreting real clinical information or data by using the images and/or data contained within this application.
This product was developed for use in the United States and is based on practice, textbooks and journals from the United States. Drug doses and other treatment recommendations in this application may differ significantly from those used in other countries. The developer of CPR Game does not guarantee that the information contained in the product is appropriate for use outside of the United States.
It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the information contained in this application does not violate any applicable institutional, corporate, city, state, federal, or regional laws, regulations, code, rules or guidelines.
EM Gladiators is not responsible for the misapplication of this program or the mistreatment of a disease process due to errors in the product, technical failure of the product or user negligence. There is no guarantee that there will be maintenance, updates, enhancements, or modifications to this application. By using this application, the user agrees that they are in no way entitled to recover from CPR Game any damages of any kind (including financial and personal injury) resulting from the use of this application.
CPR Game and EM Gladiators are in no way associated with the American Heart Association or the terms BLS, ACLS, ATLS. There has been no academic or other studies to prove that playing this game will improve real cardiac arrest resuscitation skills. EM Gladiators hopes that this is potentially the end result of using this game, however we make no claims of this.
Thank you again for purchasing this app, we hope you find it educational and fun.
10 Second EM (Emergency Medicine) is another app developed by EM Gladiators, and is designed for emergency physicians, medical residents, healthcare students and professionals that practice, rotate through or are interested in emergency medicine. It is designed to be a rapid reference tool with on-the-job applicability. It is now available on both the iPhone and Android platforms!
Included in the program are rapid sequence intubation drug dosing and calculator, a cardiac arrest timer to help in running codes in a timely manner and a helpful array of clinical decision tools and calculators. Included is an OB wheel, NIH stroke scale calculator, pediatric fluid calculator and otitis media antibiotic calculators. Further topics include hypertensive emergencies, sepsis and septic shock, pressors, syncope, musculoskeletal injuries, status epilepticus, specific drug toxicities and treatments, ventilator settings and procedural sedation drugs. It has medications and algorithms for stable and unstable cardiac dysrhythmias. Included in the pediatric section are fever guidelines, endotracheal tube size calculator, vital signs for each age group and Centor score for strep throat. This application is not intended to be a complete reference source. It is only a tool to assist in teaching students and residents some main topics encountered in clinical emergency medicine.
Please note that this program contains information on medications and procedures that are used to treat critically ill patients. Any use in the clinical setting should be done in the immediate presence of a credentialed, experienced attending physician.