The main feature of the device is portable and cost-effective while having a clear instruction of usage for laymen. The ease-of-carry compact feature of the prototype makes it suitable to be used by the paramedics as well as to be put on public places. The prototype is controlled using a touchscreen that will guide the user to 1) read heart rhythms 2) Identify whether the patient can be shocked using the AED 3) Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and AED shock. The graphical instruction comes in 3 types of audio language: English, Malay, and Mandarin to enable laymen user to operate the prototype.
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Lee Ching Shya
UMCIC Business Officer University of Malaya