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Analysis of raw data SimPad SkillReporter
Intro
With Resusci Anne Wireless SkillReporter software, the user has
access to raw data, i.e. curve data for ventilations...
How?
• Plug your SimPad to your PC (USB)
• Browse for the file(s) you want to analyze e.g. “bls_session_Ole
Martin Forcefu...
• Drag the file CPR EVENTS over to an open excel sheet. Check
the dialogue box as shown:
• Now your excel sheet will look ...
What type of data is available?
The following data is available. Each data have its own subset of
values:
CPR CompEvent:
• The data available is pretty vast, below are two examples of data
you can extract. Compression depth (max depth per
comp...
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Downloading SimPad Skillsreporter data

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Slides are courtesy of Laerdal. These provide instructions on how to download and convert the *.ssx files from the SkillsReporter into workable Excel files.

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Downloading SimPad Skillsreporter data

  1. 1. Analysis of raw data SimPad SkillReporter
  2. 2. Intro With Resusci Anne Wireless SkillReporter software, the user has access to raw data, i.e. curve data for ventilations and compressions. With the new and more contemporary SW solutions (.ssx files) this is not as straight forward, HOWEVER, with the SimPad SkillReporter, the data is organized in events (e.g. compression depth compDepth). This presentation shows how you (as for example a researcher) can have access to the event data.
  3. 3. How? • Plug your SimPad to your PC (USB) • Browse for the file(s) you want to analyze e.g. “bls_session_Ole Martin Forceful Comps_2013-04-18-15-50-54.ssx” (text in bold is user defined when the session is saved, rest of the file name is generated by the SimPad SkillReporter SW). • Rename the file. Write “zip” instead of ”ssx” • The file now appears as a zip file. Unzip the file. • Double-click on the file, the content appears as below:
  4. 4. • Drag the file CPR EVENTS over to an open excel sheet. Check the dialogue box as shown: • Now your excel sheet will look something like this:
  5. 5. What type of data is available? The following data is available. Each data have its own subset of values:
  6. 6. CPR CompEvent:
  7. 7. • The data available is pretty vast, below are two examples of data you can extract. Compression depth (max depth per compression) and leaning. The data is for the 63 compressions that are in the session file. • Good luck! 44.60 44.80 45.00 45.20 45.40 45.60 45.80 46.00 1 4 7 101316192225283134374043464952555861 millimetre Compression Depth 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8 2 1 5 9 13 17 21 25 29 33 37 41 45 49 53 57 61 millimetre Leaning

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