Apgar-
timer

The module for health assessment of the newborn
with artificial lung ventilation and cardiac compressions metronome function.

Audial indication at the health assessment of the newborn according to the Apgar scale

Actions synchronization of medical staff at artificial lung ventilation and cardiac compression

WORK MODE OF
APGAR-TIMER
DEVICE

Прибор Апгар

The device produces sound signals at regular intervals after the child's birth in order to indicate to medical staff need of the next health assessment of the newborn or synchronization of device' work during CPR.

ИВЛ

Metronome ALV

Artificial lung ventilation metronome

НМС

Metronome CCM

Cardiac compressions metronome

Режим счет

Compute mode

For assessment on the Apgar scale

Время

Time

Current, of birth, start time of the CPR, end time of the CPR.

APGAR SCALE —

Simple method for rapid health assessment of the newborn in order to identify need for CPR offered in 1952 by American anesthesiologist Virginia Apgar.
Control of all indicators is performed in the 1st minute after the birth, then in the 5th minute of life. In some cases especially at low indicators, the score according to Apgar is graded in the 10th minute of life.
The Scale assumes the total analysis of five criteria, each of which is estimated in points from 0 to 2 included at regular intervals.

<3
points
critical condition of the newborn

>7
points
normal condition
of the newborn

5
CRITERIA
FOR ASSESSMENT ACCORDING
TO THE APGAR SCALE

Apperance Apperance
(skin colour)
Pulse Heat Rate Pulse heat rate
Grimace
Responce to
Stimulation
Grimace Response to Stimulation
Аctivity
Heart Rate
Аctivity нeart rate
Respiration Respiration

In the 1st, 5th, 10th minutes - the sound signal informing on assessment time on Apgar scale

In the 2nd minute – the sound signal of special tonality informing on need of introduction of a gastric tube

Compute mode
for assessment
on the Apgar scale

Секундомер иконка

Artificial lung ventilation metronome and cardiac compressions metronome modes

Parents of the newborn
are told: growth, weight,
assessment on the Apgar Scale

EXPERT’S
OPINION

Пруткин М.Е.

Mark Evgenyevich
Prutkin


Manager of anasthesiology, resuscitation, intensive care of newborns and immature infants unit Regional Clinical Hospital number 1 Council member of all-Russian noncommercial association of neonatology promotion «Society of Neonatologists of Russia»
«The internal timer allows maintaining intervals accurately; the internal and accordable metronome allows to closely coordinating work of resuscitation team even in the most difficult situation and APGAR-TIMER allows making assessment on Apgar scale in strict correspondence with clinical guidelines on performing resuscitation in the delivery room.»

DOCUMENTS

The device is designed in accordance with the principles set out in «Primary and resuscitation help to newborns» №15-4/10/2-3204 from April 21th, 2010 Metodical letter by Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

Апгар-Таймер

Completing units
of Apgar-Timer


  • Device
  • User's guide
  • Bracket
Consumption current: no more than 330 mA
Batteries: 2 pcs 1,5 V AA.
Guarantee — 1 year
Service life — 5 years


Installation option

Installation on the resuscitation table

Rails mount

Installation
on the shelf

ADVANTAGES OF APGAR-TIMER

It is designed to be used in delivery rooms and also for medical staff training of newborns cardiopulmonary resuscitation in the training centers.

Простой

Easy to use

Простой

Portable

Простой

Trusted
aid

Простой

Convenient
settings

APGAR-TIMER
IS BEING USED BY

НИИ педиатрии

City
Hospital 41

НИИ педиатрии

Research and Development
Institute of Maternity and Infancy

НИИ педиатрии

Research Institute of Pediatrics

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