Laerdal Resusci Baby QCPR AW, wireless

$2,799.00

Available on backorder

SKU: 162-01260 Categories: , , Tags: ,

Main Features

Airway head Resusci Baby QCPR is a professional-grade infant CPR manikin designed to represent a 3-month old baby, which enables professional first responders to practice CPR skills and high-performance team training. The manikin is Bluetooth enabled for QCPR app compatibility, plus includes a port to connect a SkillGuide.

What’s included

  • Full-Body Manikin with onesie clothing and Rechargeable battery (1)
  • Carry Case 20 L (1)
  • Pulse bulb (1)
  • Disposable Lungs (10)
  • Resusci Baby Blanket (1)
  • QCPR armband (1)
  • Manikin Wipes (6)
  • Important Product Information (1)
  • User Guide (1)
  • Airway Assemblies (2)
  • USB A-C (1)
  • AC Power Adapter USB 2A (1)

 

Product highlights

  • The Airway (AW) Head is designed for Supraglottic (SG) intubation supporting the protocol for doing Endotracheal (ET or ETI) intubation in a resuscitation team training setting
  • Enables resuscitation team training or skills training
  • ERC, AHA and SRFAC Guidelines compliant CPR

 

Real time feedback to

  • Compression depth, rate, release
  • Ventilation volume and hand placement
  • Improvement hints and guided debrief

 

QCPR Feedback Options

  • SkillGuide
  • SkillReporter app
  • SimPad PLUS with SkillReporter
  • TeamReporter

 

Size & weight

Resusci Baby manikin

  • Length: 58 cm / 22.8 in
  • Width: 26 cm / 10.2 in
  • Height: 13 cm / 5.1 in
  • Weight: ≤ 5 kg / ≤ 11 lbs

Carry Case 20 L

  • Length: 56.5 cm / 22.24 in
  • Width: 28 cm / 11.02 in
  • Height: 15 cm / 5.9 in
  • Weight: 1.63 kg / 3.6 lbs

 

Battery information

Li-ion (Lithium Ion), 2 cells. Pre-installed

Survivor's Testimonials

"If Canadian Tire didn’t have an AED, who’s to say I’d be here today?"

Tim Biggins / Survivor

“The AED messages about what to do were reassuring and helpful.”

Elimane Ba / Cora Hypermarket security guard

“No one is immune from a cardiac event—no matter your age or your health history.”

Matthew Van Hall / St. Louis Police officer


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