CPR is not a one-size-fits-all process and different techniques need to be applied depending on whether you are aiding an adult, junior or infant. Infants have a small mouth and airway and a small body with a relatively large tongue and occiput. Their ribs are also more delicate but ﬂexible compared to an adult, while their lungs are more delicate and could be damaged by over ventilation. All these anatomical differences mean that specific training is essential to understand how to safely and correctly perform infant CPR.
The Brayden Baby is the first infant CPR manikin that provides real time visual feedback using intuitive lights to allow good quality ventilations and chest compressions. Its accurate physical and anatomical appearance helps create realistic infant CPR training which is very different from adult and child CPR training. Key features include:
The Brayden Baby’s illuminating features give visual, real-time indicators of whether or not the techniques are being applied correctly, including:
|Dimensions||55 × 22 × 11 cm|
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