Effect of face-to-face vs virtual reality training on cardiopulmonary resuscitation quality: A randomized clinical trial

JAMA Nov 26, 2019

Nas J, Thannhauser J, Vart P, et al. - In this randomized noninferiority trial involving 381 people, researchers compared cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) quality between virtual reality (VR) and face-to-face CPR training. Participants in the study were adult attendees from the science section of the Lowlands Music Festival (August 16 to 18, 2019) in the Netherlands. According to findings, VR training leads to comparable chest compression rate but inferior compression depth vs face-to-face training. Given the potential of VR training to reach a larger target population, further development is required to accomplish the compression depth and overall CPR skills acquired through face-to-face training.
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