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05/17/2013

CPR that teaches precise compressions

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    The CPR coaching device will use powerful magnetic fields to help track compressions, ensuring optimal feedback and analysis.
    The system will consist of a two pieces--one placed on directly on the patient's chest and one placed below the patient. It will use a process called Triaxial Field Induction to constantly measure the distance between the two units, enabling the system to remain accurate even on soft surfaces or in moving vehicles, and will provide feedback in real time. This will allow the student to learn to compensate for compressions given to patient lying on a flexible surface, such as a bed.
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