ARMONK, N.Y. – Two brothers from Armonk could change forever the way people administer CPR with a patented device they created for less than $150, reports Lohud.com.
John Di Capua Jr., 22, and his brother, Christopher, 18, created the device for a high school project at Byram Hills High School. Their creation automatically forces oxygen into the lungs of a person in cardiac arrest, removing the need for mouth-to-mouth and freeing the resuscitator to do chest compressions, according to the report.
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