CPR glove forces you to do CPR properly

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After discovering that well over half of CPR compresses were done incorrectly (59% were 80 per minute instead of the recommended 100; 37% also too shallow) engineering students at McMaster university developed a glove that teaches how to do the CPR properly. The sensors let you know if you’re doing it properly, and the glove contains cheap enough components that it could be in standard first-aid kits. [GT]

Students develop CPR Glove [via Medgadget]

Gabrielle Taylor