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1. The superiority of the two-thumb over the two-finger technique for single-rescuer infant
cardiopulmonary resuscitation
2. Two-thumb-encircling advantageous for lay responder infant CPR: A randomised manikin study
3. Which position should we take during newborn resuscitation? A prospective, randomised,
multicentre simulation trial
4. A comparison between the two methods of chest compression in infant and neonatal
resuscitation. A review according to 2010 CPR guidelines
5. Why should the two-thumb technique be used for infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation?
6. Infant chest compression quality: A video-based comparison of two-thumb versus one-hand
technique in the emergency department.
7. The quality of a newly developed infant chest compression method applied by paramedics: a
randomised crossover manikin trial.
8. A randomized comparison of three chest compression techniques and associated hemodynamic
effect during infant CPR: A randomized manikin study.
9. 354 Biomechanical Aspect of Two-Finger Versus Two-Thumb Chest Compression for
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Infant Manikin Model.
10. Vertical versus conventional two-thumb technique: Which is a better technique during infant
CPR?
11. New new-borns chest compression method. A prospective, randomized, crossover, manikin trial
12. Method of chest compression for infants in a single rescuer: Evaluation of chest compression
technique and new device
13. Two-thumb encircling technique with novel compression assist device can provide safe and
effective chest compression in infant: A manikin simulation study
14. Two-thumb encircling technique over the head of patients in the setting of lone rescuer infant
CPR occurred during ambulance transfer: A crossover simulation study
15. Evaluating the influence of ventilation and ventilation-compression synchronization on chest
compression force and depth during simulated neonatal resuscitation.

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16. Evaluation of new two-thumb chest compression technique for infant CPR performed by novice
physicians. A randomized, crossover, manikin trial.
17. New chest compression method in infant resuscitations
18. Which Fingers Should We Perform Two-Finger Chest Compression Technique with When
Performing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation on an Infant in Cardiac Arrest?
19. A review of approaches to optimise chest compressions in the resuscitation of asphyxiated
newborns.
20. Chest compressions in newborn animal models: A review.
21. Over-the-head two-thumb encircling technique as an alternative to the two-finger technique in
the in-hospital infant cardiac arrest setting: a randomised crossover simulation study.
22. Two-thumb-encircling hands technique is more advisable than 2-finger technique when lone
rescuer performs cardiopulmonary resuscitation on infant manikin.
23. A vertical two-thumb technique is superior to the two-thumb encircling technique for infant
cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
24. Manikin-integrated digital measuring system for assessment of infant cardiopulmonary
resuscitation techniques
25. Development of a diagnostic glove for unobtrusive measurement of chest compression force and
depth during neonatal CPR.
26. Effect of finger-marker for maintaining correct finger position during pediatric chest
compressions: A simulation study
27. Real-time feedback can improve infant manikin cardiopulmonary resuscitation by up to 79%--a
randomised controlled trial.
28. Do chest compressions during simulated infant CPR comply with international
recommendations?
29. Association of arterial blood pressure and CPR quality in a child using three different
compression techniques, a case report.
30. Evaluation of the 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for infant CPR finger/thumb
positions for chest compression: a study using computed tomography.
31. Can real-time performance feedback improve chest compression quality during simulat ed infa nt
CPR? A randomised controlled trial
32. Does a more "physiological" infant manikin design effect chest compression quality and create a
potential for thoracic over-compression during simulated infant CPR?
33. The 3:1 is superior to a 15:2 ratio in a newborn manikin model in terms of quality of chest
compressions and number of ventilations.

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HDAS Export See full search strategy Strategy 530221/saved Contents 51 of 51 results on Saved Results 1. The superiority of the two-thumb over the two-finger technique for single-rescuer infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation 2. Two-thumb-encircling advantageous for lay responder infant CPR: A randomised manikin study 3. Which position should we take during newborn resuscitation? A prospective, randomised, multicentre simulation trial 4. A comparison between the two methods of chest compression in infant and neonatal resuscitation. A review according to 2010 CPR guidelines 5. Why should the two-thumb technique be used for infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation? 6. Infant chest compression quality: A video-based comparison of two-thumb versus one-hand technique in the emergency department. 7. The quality of a newly developed infant chest compression method applied by paramedics: a randomised crossover manikin trial. 8. A randomized comparison of three chest compression techniques and associated hemodynamic effect during infant CPR: A randomized manikin study. 9. 354 Biomechanical Aspect of Two-Finger Versus Two-Thumb Chest Compression for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Infant Manikin Model. 10. Vertical versus conventional two-thumb technique: Which is a better technique during infant CPR? 11. New new-borns chest compression method. A prospective, randomized, crossover, manikin trial 12. Method of chest compression for infants in a single rescuer: Evaluation of chest compressio ...
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