Laerdal Baby Anne Dark
Laerdal Baby Anne Dark
Product Code 130-03050USA
- 1 Baby Anne Manikin
- Soft Pack
- 6 Airways
- 10 Foreign Body Practice Objects
- Directions for Use
The Baby Anne Dark will enable you to teach students how to effectively treat babies in a first aid emergency. Its life-size proportions provides insight as to how a responder would adapt first aid to fit and treat a small and delicate frame.
Ensuring your students are completely aware of the differences between CPR and infant CPR is essential to them being able to act with confidence in almost any emergency. The Baby Anne Dark will ensure that students can practice their life-saving skills on a manikin that emulates the size and stature of a baby so they're confident that if an emergency arose, they would be able to act.
- Realistic body features
- Chest movement in the manikin to emulate real CPR on an infant
- Oral and nasal passages to allow for mouth-to-mouth and nose pinch ventilation
- Removable faces
- Economical disposable airways
- Head tilt, jaw thrust and chin lift allows learners to practice all CPR manouevers
About the Manufacturer
Laerdal's beginning dates back to 1940 where they started off as a small publishing house.
Fast forward to the present day, Laerdal are one of the market leading first aid developers and manufacturers. Their Little Anne training manikin is now being used all over the world to teach CPR.
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