Laerdal Baby Anne 4-Pack
Laerdal Baby Anne 4-Pack
Product Code 131-01050
- 4 Baby Anne Manikins
- Soft Pack
- 24 Airways
- 40 Foreign Body Practice Objects
- Directions for Use
The Baby Anne training manikin allows trainees to understand what needs to be done in an emergency situation that involves a baby. The life-like size of the manikin will ensure that your students are aware of how the treatment has to be adapted, given the small and delicate frame of a baby.
Designed to emulate the size of a real baby, the Baby Anne training manikin will ensure your students are confident in delivering CPR to a baby and understand how to adapt their skills to treat a baby's size.
The four pack is the perfect option for trainers who are teaching larger classes as having four manikins available will ensure your learners all have the opportunity to practice and improve their CPR skills.
- Realistic body features
- Chest movements to allow students to experience the correct CPR technique
- Oral and nasal passages allow for mouth-to-mouth and nose pinch ventilation
- Head tilt, chin lift and jaw thrust manouevers
- Economical, disposable airways
- Removable and reusable faces
About the Manufacturer
Starting off in 1940 as a small publishing house that specialized in children's books and greetings cards, Laerdal are now one of the market leaders in the manufacturing of first aid training products.
Laerdal's Little Anne training manikin range is used all over the world to help educate about CPR as founder, Asmund Laerdal believed that if the manikin was realistic, learners would be better motivated to learn the life-saving skill.
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