The Prestan Professional CPR Adult Manikins help Instructors save valuable training time by making setting up, transporting, packing up, and inserting a face shield lung bag quick and easy. A built-in clicker mechanism helps students learn to use the right amount of force to compress the chest to the correct depth, and the patented face/head tilt, which simulates the way an actual victim’s head would move, helps students learn how to open the airway during CPR. The manikin also features a built-in CPR rate monitor that lets students and instructors see at a glance when the proper rate of compressions has been reached.
Prestan Professional Adult CPR-AED Training Manikin (With CPR Monitor) features:
Unique clamshell design
Visible chest rise when ventilated
Head tilt/chin lift
CPR rate monitor that provides feedback based on 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines for CPR and ECC
A one-piece, disposable face shield lung bag
Audible compression clicker
Anatomical features, including xiphoid process
Realistic skin-like finish
Prestan Professional Adult CPR-AED Training Manikin (With CPR Monitor) benefits:
Clamshell torso opens easily for simple insertion of face shield lung bags, which attach to the manikin to prevent slipping
Built-in clicker mechanism sounds when the student has used sufficient force to compress the chest to the recommended depth
Head tilt/chin lift teaches students to correctly open the airway
CPR rate monitor with four bright lights in the left shoulder lets students see instantly when they’ve found the proper rate of compressions, and makes it easy for instructors to quickly and accurately check the progress of multiple students in a short amount of time
Lights illuminate in a progression from red, to yellow, to green as students approach the recommended compression rate.
Two green lights tell students and Instructor that compressions have reached the recommended rate of 100 to 120 compressions per minute.
Two green lights plus a flashing yellow light tell students and Instructor that compressions have exceeded the recommended maximum rate, and the student must slow down.
Molded, pliable skin that is realistic to the eye and touch; resists dirt, grime, and grease; is durable and easy to clean; and allows AED pads to adhere to the manikin without leaving adhesive residue behind
Realistic head features, including a pinchable nose and a prominent jawline for simulation of jaw thrust technique
Realistic torso with prominent collarbones, an accurate nipple line, obvious xiphoid process, rib-cage lines, breastbone structure, an upper chest sized for the easy application of AED pads, and navel placement that allows for realistic teaching of abdominal thrusts