Talking CPR Flashlight Could Save a Life

by Mark R

I learned CPR in high school, but I must confess that I never had the opportunity to use it. So if someone ever collapsed in front of me, I’m not certain whether I would remember the exact CPR steps needed to revive him or her. Considering that administering CPR is a life or death situation, making a mistake could be disastrous.

Fortunately, there is a device that can remind me what to do. The Talking CPR Flashlight has step-by-step instructions for both adults and children, and will tell them to you in a loving, unnaturally calm, female voice. You can even hit the “Pause” button in case you need to hear the crucial information again.

Apparently, these instructions are compliant with AHA 2005 guidelines, and I’m not certain why they haven’t been updated to at least 2007. I do know that you should probably take a CPR course before using this product, as the Talking CPR Flashlight assumes you know what you are doing.

As for the flashlight portion, it is a super bright beam. The Talking CPR Flashlight is powered by 2 AAA batteries, and is about four inches long. It can be purchased on the Full of Life website for about $35.98.


2 reviews or comments

Greg Paine Says: June 10, 2008 at 10:23 am

About the CPR Flashlight. The latest guidelines from the AHA (American Heart Association) are the 2005 guidelines. Thats why they haven’t been updated to 2007 – there aren’t any.

Write a review or comment

You may use <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong> in your comment.

Top Categories
Latest Posts
Subscribe to Newsletter