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CPR Glove a potential lifesaver

A couple of engineering students who hail from McMaster University have developed a glove to assist the CPR process. Unless you’re a Hobbit, the CPR Glove comes in a one-size-fits-all design, featuring integrated sensors and microchips inside that can measure the frequency and depth of compressions being administered during the course of CPR. The CPR Glove is also capable of detecting a pulse no matter how weak it is, as well as inform you of how fast it is going. Audio tones that beep to match your CPR rate helps you maintain the optimal 100bpm level. In addition, the CPR Glove also gives audio voice alerts to guide you through the CPR process with the proper procedures. Check out the video here for more details.

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