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Wii CPR could save lives

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on July 19th, 2009

Wii CPR could save livesConventional CPR training is about to get an overhaul with the use of PCs and the Wii. Currently it’s a concept technology and it has been under development by the University of Alabama at Birmingham since the beginning of this year.

The idea is that when you push on ResusciAnne’s chest, the motion controlled joystick interprets it as correct or incorrect chest compressions and lets you know. A working prototype was created last Spring, and the American Heart Association has pledged $50,000 in grant money. The Wii CPR software could be available for download as early as this Fall. It would be an open source code so the user can program it to their own specifications.

CPR Pad: Align nipples & push

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on June 18th, 2008

CPR Pad: Align nipples & push
At last, a concept that lets you line up someone’s nipples and give them new life. The idea is that you would have this handy if someone collapses and needs CPR. It’s not intended for any kinky nipple fetish you may have.

Just slap it on the chest, line up nipples and follow the instructions. It flashes to show you the proper timing, and clicks to let you know if you’re using the right pressure. It just might help save a life or two.

LED CPR flashlight: Never leave home without it

Posted in Health by Conner Flynn on June 8th, 2008

LED CPR flashlight: Never leave home without itIn an emergency situation, you want to be prepared. But not everyone has life-saving knowledge. Let’s say someone has drowned, but you never learned CPR so you can’t raise the dead. That’s where this product combo could really come in handy.

It’s an LED flashlight that walks, or rather talks you through the basic steps of CPR. The whole thing measures only 4 inches, with push-button on/off and CPR read-off features. It covers adult, child and baby instructions. I hope it talks fast enough that it’s not completely useless. Great idea.