Chest compression is the most important part of CPR. However, it is preformed in many cases by untrained bystanders, which leads to ineffective and sometimes harmful CPR. To overcome this challenge, we developed a product that will increase the effectiveness of CPR by bystanders before the arrival of medical crew. Our product, the CPRBridge, prompts the user to perform CPR and gives feedback on the correct location, and on the appropriate pressure and rate needed. The product is feasible as it is cheap and easy to produce and its operation does not require any special training. Moreover, it is lightweight and very comfortable to use. Our product improves the chance of a successful CPR in critical time and therefore may increase survival of people requiring CPR.


Ohad Rave

Nitai Edelberg