Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Perform Better CPR with PocketCPR

How would you like to make sure that, should the need arise, you're performing better CPR. Now you can with a device called the PocketCPR.

The idea behind the device is a simple one. An accelerometer within the device measures the rhythm & depth of chest compressions while CPR is being performed.

Simply activate the device, put it on the victim's chest, and it will give you both audible and visual indicators to let you know if you are giving strong enough compressions.

It even helps you before CPR is rendered by reminding you to calm down, check for pulse, etc. There is even a software available for the iPhone.

Learn all the details at

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