Two engineering students from McMaster University have designed a glove to assist in CPR. The one-size-fits-all CPR Glove measures the frequency and depth of compressions being administered during CPR via sensors and microchips and can display the data on a digital display. The glove can detect if a pulse is present and tell you how fast it's going. The CPR glove gives you audio tones to match your CPR rate with beeps to ensure you are performing CPR at the desired 100 bpm. It can also give you audio voice alerts to help walk you through proper CPR guidelines.
Source: dailynews.mcmaster.caAdded: 2 March 2007