No Glove, No Life: CPR Device Could Save Lives
The only thing scarier than having to perform CPR is wondering if you're performing it correctly. That nagging doubt may soon be a thing of the past, thanks to a pair of university students from
Unexpectedly, the CPR Glove won first prize at the recent Ontario Engineering Competition. The creators include two
Perhaps the most impressive part of the CPR Glove is its LCD screen, which uses the same technology as computer monitor and cell phone displays. The sensors and electrodes within the life-saving device have the ability to tell a user if they're performing the CPR procedure properly, taking some of the scare out of pressure-laden resuscitation situations.
Investors are already showing interest in the CPR Glove, meaning it likely won't be the last $4,000 Centen and Patel see for their hard work.