Felicia Jackson has decades of medical experience and was certified in CPR but froze in panic when her toddler son stopped breathing in the back seat of her car. Her husband stepped in to save the day, but she realized that performing CPR needs to be less intimidating — and more accessible. She developed CPR Wrap, a simple tool that reminds people how to perform CPR in an emergency situation. Laid on the victim’s chest, it provides visual prompts to guide rescuers through the recommended steps. It also includes a mouth-to-mouth, one-way breathing barrier, and face shield, to help maintain sanitation. Jackson launched her invention at the end of 2017, and as of April 2022, has sold more than 10,000 CPR Wraps globally. Recently, a video of her explaining the CPR Wrap went viral on TikTok, with over 4.5 million views in under a week.

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