Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is globally performed millions of times per year by a wide range civilians, first-responders, and hospital personnel. However, there is significant variability of chest compression effectiveness between rescuers, even within the same team working on the same patient.
The AdaptCPR is a single-use proprietary stick-on sensor that instantly reports chest compression effectiveness to the rescuer during CPR. Rescuers can instantly adapt their CPR technique based on what they see and fell on a specific patient. The platform may be used in numerous cardiovascular procedures. Lead investor and early license offer secured, seeking seed funding in 2020 to meet license performance criteria.