Very few people are able to properly practice a heart massage, and having seen a few seasons of ER is not a title of merit.
This means that in reality the chances of coming out of such a situation with someone with a good heart who brings us back to life with a heart massage are not as many as those we see on TV.
CPR First Aider aims to significantly increase these possibilities. Not only does it come to the rescue of those who don't even know this rescue practice, but it helps to carry out this practice perfectly.
CPR First Aider is a complete cardiac massage kit: it includes a respirator that delivers oxygen while a robotic module with 4 legs is positioned on the patient's chest to apply pressure. An LCD screen on the back of the device guides the procedure while displaying the patient's oxygen and respiration levels as well as the electrocardiogram.
It's a fantastic concept, especially for the approach to size: designed to be compact and portable, CPR First Aider can be placed wherever there is a fire extinguisher, or perhaps a defibrillator.
If used correctly and in the right time, this method can save hundreds of thousands of lives, and also prevent all the trauma resulting from hypoxia.
As if that were not enough, its designers Fang Di, Li Pengcheng & Yu Yuanyi also won the Red Dot Award for the concepts
It is a design award that we can consider as a formal feasibility judgment, because it does not honor the designs but the projects that strictly take into account their destination.