Resusci Anne First Aid – Full Body Manikin, Trolley Suitcase

$3,149.00

Available on backorder

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Main Features

Resusci Anne First Aid manikin (full body model) in rolling suitcase with clothing and accessories.

The Resusci Anne simulator is a CPR manikin designed to represent a standard adult patient in cardiac arrest, in terms of the force required for chest compressions. Each Resusci Anne model simulates an adult of average physiology and is designed for realistic basic care training in accordance with international recommendations. The First Aid manikin does not include electronic components and can be used in harsh environments. Delivered in a carrying case, the Resusci Anne First Aid full body manikin is a low-cost version of the Resusci Anne QCPR manikin.

Resusci Anne First Aid manikin (full body model) in rolling suitcase with clothing and accessories.

Configuration: Full Body Manikin, Trolley Suitcase

Includes: Full body Manikin (foam legs), 3 Decorated Resusci Manikin Faces, 2 Disposable Airways, Trolley Suitcase, Kneel mat, Jacket, Pants, 50 Resusci Manikin Wipes, User Guide, Important Product Information.

Please note: To use a feeback device in your Resusci Anne training you will need the Resusci Anne QCPR.

Includes :

  • Complete first aid manikin Resusci Anne (1)
  • Airway kit (1)
  • Resusci Anne facial skin (3)
  • Resusci Anne jacket and pants (1)
  • Carrying case (1)
  • Mannequin wipes (4)
  • Important product information (1)
  • Instructions for use (1)

 

Height and width

Resusci Anne First Aid – Full Body

  • Length: 177 cm
  • Width: 52 cm
  • Height: 25 cm
  • Weight: 36 kg

Trolley Suitcase

  • Length: 97cm
  • Width: 52 cm
  • Height: 29 cm
  • Weight: 8.5 kg

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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