(with CPR monitor) with 10 Child Face-Shield Lung-Bags, an Instruction Sheet and a nylon carrying case.
Light and dark manikins available upon request.
Prestan Professional Manikins may be equipped with a revolutionary CPR Rate Monitor that allows
for instant feedback to both instructor and student regarding the rate of chest compressions. The visual feedback from the CPR Rate Monitor gives students a real life feel of delivering 100 compressions per minute.
In addition to the visual rate monitor, students will also hear a clicker sound as the chest is pushed to the appropriate depth allowing them to experience the true force needed to deliver real life chest compressions.
Fast & Simple: Clamshell torso design that accommodates an easy-to-insert face-shield/lung-bag.
|Dimensions||58 x 35.5 x 17.5 cm|
Replacing a CPR Rate Monitor – Download PDF
Replacing Chest Plate and Sleeve – Download PDF
Can you use a Pocket Mask with the new Prestan Professional Manikin?
The pliable face skin on the Prestan Professional Manikin makes it ideal for use with a Pocket Mask.
Can you use a Pocket Mask with a BVM on the new Prestan Professional Manikin?
You can use either a Pocket Mask alone or a Pocket Mask with a BVM on the Prestan Professional Manikin.
What is the purpose of the black felt dots that come with the manikin?
The felt dots are backed with adhesive and may be applied to the four corners of the manikin’s underside. This will help to prevent the manikin from sliding when administering CPR on a smooth floor surface.
The CPR Rate Monitor lights on my adult/child manikin are not working properly.
There are a few things to check when your monitor lights are malfunctioning:
1. Make sure you are compressing fully, you should hear the clicker when fully compressed.
2. Replace batteries and recheck. Two AA batteries are installed in the battery compartment behind the left shoulder of the manikin.
3. The clicker, which drives the monitor lights, may be malfunctioning. Contact your distributor or Prestan for a replacement clicker.
How do you replace the batteries?
The compartment for the batteries is on the upper left side of the back of the manikin. Once the batteries are replaced, the lid is easily re-inserted by lining up the two tabs on the top of the compartment and pushing the lid into place.