This manikin is the first ever to display visual flow of blood from the heart to the brain during CPR. Students will easily learn how to execute proper and correct CPR in time of need but will also remember the ultimate purpose and vital importance of correct and proper execution of CPR.
Three kinds of indicator lights let students and instructors know if procedures are being correctly performed. Blood Circulation Indicator Lights change speed to reflect the blood flow in proportion to compression depth, aiding in visualizing the blood flow from the heart to the brain. Compression Indicator Lights will light partially or completely illuminate depending on the CPR compression quality. Completely lit indicators indicate the procedure has been performed correctly. CPR Quality Indicators: These only light up when the compression depth and speed coincide correctly with the given default value of depth and compression speed prescribed in the 2015 CPR AHA Guidelines.
The unique manikin also has the following functions for basic life support. Anatomical landmarks such as the sternum, rib cage, sternal notch, and xiphisternum. The manikin gives audible feedback that reinforces the correct compression depth. The manikin displays highly realistic Chest Rise with correct ventilations. Oral and nasal passages allow for realistic nose pinch required for mouth-to-nose ventilation with realistic head tilt and chin lift for opening the airway. When you do your compressions correctly, the manikin illuminates like the picture on this page.