CPR TRAUMA MANIKINS
CPR training is usually carried out in a well-lit, carpeted classroom with plenty of space – how would your staff manage in a confined space or other difficult circumstances such as a road traffic collision (RTC) or if the manikin was trapped by the legs! Would they even be expecting to carry out CPR outside of a classroom? If you introduced this manikin into a routine training exercise what effect would it have – it would certainly make them stop and think and would definitely test their preparedness!
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Our full-bodied CPR manikin incorporated with the Prestan CPR Manikins as standard.
- Torsos are not fixed and can easily be removed for cleaning. A padded jacket is supplied to protect the torso and to aid installation and removal
from the carcass.
- The arm and leg can be detached to simulate amputation
- Now constructed with material that is tough, safe to handle, and very easy to clean.
- Sized for realistic training.
- These manikins totally eliminate the risk of the pinching associated with the joints of the plastic full-bodied manikins.
FEATURES OF THE PRESTAN CPR TORSO:
- Realistic, Unique clamshell design and easy inserting a face shield lung bags.
- Special Latex-free Skin designed to resist adhesive build up from AED electrodes
- Full chest rise and lung bag ensures that students receive the most accurate and realistic training
- Face/head tilt enhances to open the airway during CPR
- Clicker mechanism upon adequate compressions depth
- Exclusive Prestan CPR Rate Monitor (LED lights) upon correct compression rate has been reached
- Designed according to AHA 2015 guidelines
WHO USES THEM?
- Currently used by 100% of UK Fire & Services.
- Specified by the British Ministry of Defence (MOD) – NATO stock numbers available.
- Police, Ambulance/EMS/HART teams.
- Industrial Health & Safety teams.
- Regularly exported to professionals in 26 countries worldwide, with the USA, Australia and Germany being our biggest markets, also:
- Hong Kong Fire Service
- Hong Kong Civil Defence
- Norwegian Army
- U.S Army
- USMC (United States Marine Corps)