CPR Training Manikins (Adult/ Child/ Infant)

This CPR Manikin is designed according to the AHA Guidelines for CPR and EEC. The operation standard: the AHA Guidelines for CPR and EEC. Issued by AHA (American Heart Association). This is the best & economical CPR Manikin available in the world!
CPR Manikin Functional Features:
# Airway Simulating
# The Compression indicated by Indicating lights, Counter and audio instruction
* When the compression position is right on the CPR Manikin, it will be indicated by the light, which is located in the central position in the chest, with green flash. And wrong position will be indicated by red flash. The compression times is indicated by the counter, which is located on the left side of the monitor. Some procedures will be guided by audio instruction.
* When the compression strength is in appropriate range (within the depth in 4-5 cm), the green light will be on. And when not in appropriate range: depth> 5 cm, the red light will be on; depth
# Mouth-to-Mouth ventilation indicated by Indicating lights, Counter and audio caution:
* When the volume reaches 500ml-600ml for one time ventilation, it will be indicated by green light. The correct ventilation times is counted by the counter.
* If the volume is one time ventilation is more than enough or too fast, to make the air get in the stomach, the light will be indicated by the light in the stomach position in red flash.
# The ratio between compression and mouth-to-mouth ventilation on this CPR Manikin is : 30:2# The numbers of a whole circle: five circles of 30 times compression and 2 times ventilation.
# Frequency: 100 times per minute.# Report: A report is printed after practice.
# Mode: Training mode; Test mode.
# Pupil observation: From the beginning of the practice to the end, people can observe the change of the pupil vary from release to collect.
# To check the pulse of the cervical artery.
# Power supply: 220V AC puts in through power adapter, and the output is 24V DC. The power supply for the Report Printer is 9V.
1. External breast compression and artificial respiration: indicator light display, digital display device and sound prompting device
2. Operation method: exercise operation
3. Examination of carotid response: pinch the pressure ball by hand and simulate carotid pulse
4. Working conditions: output power is 6V,the manostat apply to various external power or direct current of batteries.

This Infant (Baby) CPR Training Manikin is specifically designed for professional Baby Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation training referring to American Heart Academy.
Infant CPR Manikin Functional Features:
1) Simulation of infant natural opening of the airway
2) Baby-like inflations and compressions
3) Realistic landmarks for compression position
4) Brachial artery pulse, manual
5) Indicator light of inhalation and compression
6) Work frequency: 100 times per minute, or 120 times per minute (the latest international standard)
7) Work condition: 220V electrical source passes through manostat, output 6V current
Artificial Respiration: The digital indicator light bar of Skillguide shows the inhalation volume, compression depth.
Manual Compression: If correct hand position compression, the green indicator light is activated. If incorrect compression, yellow indicator light is activated with warning prompt.
Brachial Artery Pulse: The baby CPR manikin can simulate brachial artery pulse through squeeze bulb rhythmically. You can palpate it after squeezing the bulb rhythmically.
Operation Frequency: When practice, should comply with the International First Aid Standard ratio 5:1, namely, 5 correct chest compressions and 1 correct artificial respiration. The compression frequency should be 120 times per minute or 100 times per minute.
The above manikins emphasise the importance of acquiring standardized universally accepted life-saving skills for all doctors, nursing, paramedical staff and also for lay public. Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a combination of BLS & ACLS life-saving skills practiced throughout the world for an unconscious victim on whom breathing and pulse cannot be detected.

The main skills practiced on manikins were the technique of giving rescue breathing and chest compressions, which are begun after assessment of unresponsiveness in a collapsed victim.
As soon as unresponsiveness is confirmed, calling for timely medical expert help is of utmost importance. BLS encompasses a combination of skills which are performed in a standard sequence for victims of cardiac arrest with the objective of providing a small but critical amount of blood flow to heart and brain. This helps in keeping the victim alive till trained help arrives.
Train the health-care provider on the core basic skills needed to perform CPR in accordance with the latest AHA-CPR guidelines and algorithms. These guidelines highlight the importance of basic life-support CPR to patient survival; the integration of effective basic life support with advanced cardio-vascular life support interventions with a major emphasis on a universal compression to ventilation ratio of 30:2 in adults and effective chest compressions with minimal interruptions.