Laerdal Newborn Anne
Laerdal Newborn Anne
Product Code 220-25050
- Full-body neonatal manikin
- Meconium module set
- Umbilical cord
- Airway lubricant
- Simulated blood
- Liquid soap
- Baby powder
- IO fill/empty syringe
- Baby pants
- Carry case
- Directions for use on CD
The Newborn Anne is a training manikin designed to emulate the size of a newborn baby to help trainers effectively teach neonatal resuscitation skills.
The Newborn Anne meets the key components of the NRP course curriculum and can help students to quickly sharpen their skills in newborn resuscitation skills that may be used in the first ten minutes of a newborn's life.
- Accurate representation of a full term newborn femals
- Airway is designed to allow for training in all aspects of airway management
- Easy to use
- Designed to be integrated into all neotnatal clinical training curriculums
- Build from the new SimNewB platform developed in conjunction with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
- Specifically designed to meet key NRP course skills
About the Manufacturer
Laerdal's training manikins have helped to train over 400 million people in essential life-skills.
Did you know, this medical equipment manufacturer started off as a small publishing house that specialized in children's books and greetings cards. Soon after they started to develop children's toys which eventually led them to developing first aid manikins.
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