CPR assistance glove.

One of the winners in the healthcare category of Time Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2007 is a glove that assists in performing CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation). Even trained healthcare or emergency staff often find it difficult to perform CPR perfectly, but they, too, will be helped by the glove. Three undergraduate students at McMaster University in Canada have designed the glove, that is brimming with sensors and chips. The glove will provide instructions on the CPR procedure, and apart from being a help for emergency CPR, it may also prove to be valuable in training. The glove is to undergo market testing in 2008, and hopes are it will prove cheap enough to achieve wide use.brbr

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