Aug 7, 2012

What is CPR?

CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Basically, CPR is a combination of chest compression and rescue breathing (mouth-to-mouth resuscitation). If someone is not circulating blood or breathing adequately, CPR can restore circulation of oxygen-rich blood to the brain. Without oxygen, permanent brain damage or death can occur in less than 8 minutes.
CPR might be necessary in many different emergencies including suffocation, accidents, near-drowning,   suspected sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), poisoning, smoke inhalation and electrocution injuries. 
We are proud to represent a huge range of CPR Manikins - Training equipment.
Nowadays, excellence in training is more vital than ever and takes an increasingly important role.
Economy Adult Sani-Manikin CPR Manikin

This lifelike CPR Manikin offers a realistic and affordable way to provide each student their own manikin. Designed with the instructor in mind. No cleaning, no disinfecting, no disassembly. Just pack and go! 




Baby CPR Manikin - (Simulates babies up to the age of one year.)


Just as in real life, the airway open only when the head is properly moved into the sniff position. The instructor can simulate obstruction of the airway by an on/off slider. This baby has additional features like a realistic brachial pulse to provide a correct and realistic training.



Quality CPR simulators designed to operate for years. Strong, sturdy construction with full-size, realistic landmarks and one piece disposable airways. Prewired for CPRLink™ for a first class BLS program.