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pediRES-Q Update: February 2018

Greetings from the pediRES-Q Team!

Please be on the lookout for the next set of teleconferences scheduled for:

Tuesday, February 13th.

News and Updates

  • Thank you to everyone who participated in our teleconferences on January 23rd. You can find the meeting minutes for the day on the pediRES-Q site here.

  • We would like to congratulate Tia Raymond and Janie Garza from Medical City in Dallas, Texas, for an incredible feat in which they successfully resuscitated American Heart Association President, Dr. John Warner!

  • You can find details about this amazing story here and here.

  • The first manuscript to be published for pediRES-Q, "Characterization of Pediatric In-Hospital CPR Quality Metrics Across an International Resuscitation Collaborative.", has been accepted by PCCM!

  • CONGRATULATIONS to Dana Niles and all involved!

  • You can find the most recent blog post about it here!

  • A new website feature has been added by request allowing for collaborator comments on all Blog Posts. Please feel free to utilize it!

Be sure to explore our new pediRES-Q website here.

We would love to hear your feedback!


The graphic below depicts updated data snapshots for the month. Sites have been de-identified for privacy purposes, if you have questions regarding which site is yours please contact Rich Hanna. These displays depict:

  • pediRES-Q Enrollment Tabulation: Tabulated breakdown of enrollment based on age groups and total entries. Additionally gives a depiction of Total CPR Duration per site.

  • Monthly Event Enrollment: Total enrollment, age-based enrollment, and CPR Minutes recorded over time.

  • Cumulative Event Enrollment: Total enrollment, age-based enrollment, and CPR Minutes recorded as a cumulative summation over time.

  • High Risk Checklist Usage: Events in the pediRES-Q database that were pre-identified using the High Risk Checklist; overall High Risk Checklist usage by each site.

  • QI Compliance: QI bundle participation (number of entries into REDCap by each site).

  • Outcomes: Number of events with ROSC and Survival-to-Hospital Discharge (SHD) over time.

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