Resusci Anne First Aid



Overview

Product Benefits

  • Realistic full-body anatomy and landmarks provide the essential features necessary to learn realistic victim handling and adult First Aid skills
  • High-quality, durable  construction enable training in a variety of environments
  • Modular design allows various  limbs to be attached to produce a more realistic training experience.
  • Easy-to-use and maintain faces and disposable airways give you a cost-efficient solution for First Aid training

Product Features

  • Natural obstruction of the airway allows students to learn the important technique of opening the airway
  • Head tilt/chin lift and jaw thrust allows students to correctly practice airway maneuvers
  • Occluded airway with hyperextension stresses proper head position
  • Realistic resistance for chest compressions
  • Physiologically correct design allows practicing identification of anatomical landmarks
  • Articulating arms, legs, and head allow realistic weight and handling of an adult during obstructed airway maneuvers.
  • Carotid pulse simulation to realistically check for pulse.
  • Disposable non-rebreathing airways are suitable for use by more than one student during class and are quick and easy to change after each training session.
  • Removable/reusable faces allow each student to have their own mouth-to-mouth face and offers easy after class cleaning and sanitation

Want to add a feedback device in your Resusci Anne training? You should take a look at the Resusci Anne QCPR.


Manikin Face Shields pack of 6

Disposable plastic face shield with a low resistance filter that fits over manikin face.

Resusci Manikin wipes pack of 1200

Unfolded wipe is approx 5 1/2" x 7 1/2" and soaked in 70% ethyl alcohol. 



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