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Cardiac assist device

Using trans epidermal nervous stimulation by way of an elastic sleeve and computer it is possible to create a peristaltic wave in the skeletal muscles. This, along with the valves in veins would assist the heart. Seen as effective for assist after auto collision when chest damage precludes traditional CPR..or possibly PAD

The idea would be a lattice of connections and sensors with discrete firing of random points. This followed by computer analysis of physical response of individual and mapping of their musculature. Finally the pre-programmed peristaltic motion would be simulated.


ANY first responder could easily apply these sleeves to each limb and click go. Not researcehd but certainly an help…perhaps enough to delay brain damage …and the hardware is so very very cheap!


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