The chest compression system is the machine that could be the future of emergency rescue. The CPR device is created for the victims of cardiac arrest. It delivers fast, life-saving chest compressions to victims with consistent repetitions. Performing consistent manual chest compressions can be both difficult and tiring.
This keeps the blood flowing through the brain and the heart until they arrive at the hospital. This system costs around 150 US Dollar. It alleviates the strain on emergency medical workers. They are free to focus on other tasks and help stabilize the patient.
The mobile unit adjusts to the wearer’s chest automatically, and can be applied to the patient along with manual chest compression interruptions of less than 20 seconds. CPR is most effective when it is continuously given without interruption.
Unfortunately, in some situations, it can be difficult or nearly impossible for first responders continue CPR as a person is being evacuated from a building or other areas with difficult terrain. The device straps on to a victim and provides compression strokes by rapidly inflating a deflating a bag.
The device is battery operated and can perform CPR for over 10 minutes. The device could save thousands of lives every year. Most first responders will continue to provide CPR manually. Traditional CPR is a tried and true technique, proven to be a reliable way to resuscitate an unresponsive human.