A better way to document and manage resuscitation information
You can't improve what you can't measure. CodeNet® is a hand-held system that allows you to document events during a code as they occur. Events from the code are captured in a legible and accurate manner, complete with chronological time stamps. No need to transcribe from paper to computer—simply print the PDF and attach it to the patient’s medical record or scan the PDF and upload to your EMR. It’s that easy.
From “paper” to accurate, legible, time-stamped electronic information
CodeNet consists of two software applications:
- CodeNet Writer.TM Installed on a Pocket PC-based PDA and used to easily record event data (patient assessments, interventions, and outcomes) as the code is taking place.
- CodeNet Central.TM A database management system on a desktop or laptop computer. CodeNet Central allows detailed reviews of every code record, including ZOLL R Series® case data when integrated to the code record. After uploading individual code event files from CodeNet Writer, CodeNet Central automatically synchronizes time stamps between defibrillator data and logged code event data. The complete code record is stored in one electronic file for easy viewing. Use playback mode for CQI reviews, as a reference for teaching and team feedback, or to assess CPR quality.
The American Heart Association recommends debriefing after cardiac arrest events to improve subsequent in-hospital CPR performance.1 CodeNet Central simplifies the debriefing process.
Integration with the R Series. Although CodeNet can be used with other defibrillators as a stand-alone code documentation system, a complete synchronized code record can only be obtained by merging the code record from the R Series with the data from CodeNet Writer.
Is it right for you? CodeNet is a flexible solution. A single-unit option (CodeNet Impact) is available. We also offer a price structure tied to the size and complexity of your institution and your training needs. Contact us today to learn more.
View a CodeNet Sample Report.
12010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science. Circulation. 2010;122:S920–S933.