Local entrepreneur inventor aims to save lives with CPR device

May 28, 2015 | Nooga.com | Chloe Morrison

Local entrepreneur and inventor Felicia Jackson recently auditioned to be on the business pitch television show "Shark Tank," and whether she makes the show or not, she's moving passionately toward production, she said. 

Her product is called CPR Lifewrap, which is a disposable plastic sleeve that covers the torso of a person in need of CPR. It has a mouth barrier—which guards against bodily fluids that can be exchanged during mouth to mouth—and an outline that shows the user where to place hands for proper CPR execution. It also has simple instructions embossed on the product. 

"This drive—I don't know where it's coming from, but it's like I have to get this product out and I have to get it ASAP," she said.

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