The 100 BPM Instructs Accident By-Standers to Perform CPR Correctly

 - Mar 25, 2013
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Even those who are trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation can use some guidance and encouragement in stressful situations. The 100 BPM Simplified Chest Compression Device has been designed to make it easier to save the life of someone who's experienced significant trauma.

The fabric and silicone pad packs up conveniently so that it's easily stored and portable. It integrates LED lights as an interface and has a speaker for automatic voice instruction. When somebody requires CPR, place Maxime Dubreucq's invention over the patient's heart, even on top of his clothing. The illuminated dots will stay green in color if the strength and depth of your pumps are adequate. They will turn yellow if you're too shallow and red if you're pushing too deeply. The 100 BPM motivates you verbally and keeps you to a consistent pattern and frequency of compressions this way as well.