STRAFFORD, Mo. – It’s a machine that can teach a life-saving skill. An Ozarks company has designed and manufactured a kiosk that teaches hands-only CPR.
The hands-only CPR kiosk at the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport was recently featured on The Doctors after it saved a life. A student on a college campus was struck by lightning, just as Matthew Lickenbrock was heading to class. “He looks up at me and he asks, do you know CPR? I said yes. Two days before any of this happened, I was in the Dallas airport, and there was a hands-only kiosk in the airport, and I decided to just go up and try it out,” Lickenbrock said in an interview for The Doctors.