Realistic ventilation for bag valve mask and mouth to mouth - chest rise, neck tilt and optional audible feedback.
Natural obstruction of the airway allows students to learn the important technique of opening the airway so that in a real-life situation they know how to effectively administer air to the patient.
Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE) and sensors
Bluetooth allows for wireless connectively to SimPad PLUS with SkillReporter and the QCPR Learner and Instructor apps for phones and tablets. Resusci Junior QCPR can also be connected to a SkillGuide to provide feedback to learners directly.
Economical to use
Battery operated, can also be used with mains power.
Uses the same reusable faces and disposable airways as the Little Junior™ range which makes teaching child resuscitation even more economical as well as hygienic.
Guidelines 2015 compliant - compression depth 50 – 60 mm.
QCPR measurement and feedback technology enables:
- Real-time feedback on compressions and ventilations
- Post-training debrief, including overall scores and tips for improvement
- Details on compression release, depth and rate, ventilation volume, and number of compressions, ventilations and cycles
- Instructors and trainees to more effectively monitor and review CPR performance, increasing the efficiency and value of training time
Instructors can monitor up to six learners at the same time, allowing them to assess performance results of multiple individuals in real-time and provide a team debrief while also focusing on individual performances.
Feedback is available through purchasing the SkillGuide or downloading the free QCPR Learner and QCPR Instructor apps available from Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
With the app, the instructor gets a performance overview of up to six manikins, at the same time. Using their own observations and the objective feedback from the app, the instructor can quickly and effectively coach the learners to improve.