HeartiSense: A New Experience in CPR Training

HeartiSense: A New Experience in CPR Training

Video Dec 15, 2015

In this era of numerous smart devices, CPR training still lags several decades behind developments. As a result, CPR training tends to be less interesting and more boring than necessary.

HeartiSense makes existing CPR manikins much smarter. HeartiSense enables accurate and effective training and assessment, along with increased engagement in the training process and easier trainee management.

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