There are many patients who suffer from sudden cardiac arrest however, unfortunately, not so many people know how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Those people who say that they know how to perform CPR, usually perform it poorly that can cause even more harm to the patient. Heart Vest is a concept auxiliary device that makes sure everyone can perform CPR easily and accurately. For your information, if a person who suffers from a cardiac arrest can receive CPR in six minutes, this person increases their survival chance by three times higher. Even without training, anyone can easily perform CPR to save lives.
Heart Vest Concept by Kang Yejin and Kim Seyeon comes with real-time guidelines so that even ordinary people without medical knowledge can perform CPR without training. You can let the patient wear the vest and then pull the straps on both sides, this action causes carbon dioxide capsule to burst, inflating and powering the vest to secure patient’s airway. Then you can start perform CPR while watching the light indicator, it flashes to the tempo so that you can perform CPR at the rate of 30/minutes. When too much forced is applied, it’ll alert you, but when appropriate force is applied, there’s approval blue light to guide you to keep going. After performing CPR a couple of times, you should check the conditions of the patient and stop the CPR once the patient is revived or can breath on their own.