Laerdal Little Jr. 4-Pack
Laerdal Little Jr. 4-Pack
Product Code 18002250
- 4 Little Junior Manikins
- 4-Pack Carry Case
- 8 Junior Faces
- 8 Junior Airways
- 24 Manikin Wipes
- Directions for Use
Designed for excessive use, the Little Jr training manikin will allow your learners to effectively practice their paediatric CPR skills on a manikin the size of a child patient.
This 4-pack option of the Little Jr training manikin is the perfect option for trainers who are teaching larger classes as it will ensure that there are enough manikins for everyone to practice their CPR skills on.
Ensuring your learners are aware of the differences in treatment between CPR and paediatric CPR will ensure that they can act, with confidence regardless of the casualties age. The Little Jr will ensure your students are confident in delivering their CPR skills to a paediatric patient.
- Head tilt and jaw thrust manoeuvre allows learners to practice each step of the CPR delivery
- Oral and nasal passages allow for realistic nose pinch required for mouth-to-nose ventilation
About the Manufacturer
During the turn of the 19th Century, Asmund Laerdal was touched by the death of a young girl who was pulled from the River Seine in Paris. It was her face that inspired the very first Resusci Anne manikin as Laerdal believed that if a training manikin was life-sized and life-like, learners would be better motivated to learn CPR.
Over the decades, Laerdal has become one of the world's leading developers of medical technology. They continually spend their time developing their products which range in airway management, CPR training, AEDs and patient simulation.
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