Three interrelated sets of LED lights give real time feedback on CPR performance and function, including:
- Chest compression indicating lights - these light up to represent the volume of blood being circulated by the chest compressions, the volume depends on the depth of compressions. These will only fully light up when the depth of compressions is over 5cm
- Blood circulation indicating lights - these light up to represent the flow of blood from the heart to the brain. The speed of the blood flow shown varies according to the depth and speed of compressions. These will only fully light up once the rate of compressions is over 100 per minute
- CPR quality indication lights - these light up to represent the blood that is reaching the brain, these will only fully light up when the depth and speed of compressions is correct.
Advanced sensors detect and analyse the effectiveness of CPR. In default mode, the sensors detect compressions in line with AHA 2015 guidelines. Brayden can be simply switched to a different mode to detect compressions in line with ERC 2015 guidelines.
Anatomically correct torso, with realistic chest movement, correct ventilations, oral and nasal passages for nose pinch and head tilt and chin lift to open the airway.
Easy AED training pad removal.
RoHS & REACH compliant.
6 set of alkaline batteries can power 160,000 compressions (included).
Air vent reduces the risk of cross contamination. Air from Brayden’s disposable lungs exits through the back of his head. This means students never come in to contact with exhaled air.