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Laerdal Baby Anne CPR Training Manikin with Soft Pack - Dark Skin

Discontinued Product

This product has been discontinued.

Product Overview

Featuring a foreign body obstruction airway and supplied with a pack of foreign objects as standard, the Laerdal Baby Anne dark skin training manikin offers students the opportunity to practice release of airway obstruction as well as life saving CPR procedures. Its durable and lightweight design coupled with removable and reusable faces makes the Baby Anne suitable for first aid trainers providing infant CPR courses.

  • Designed for realistic infant CPR training
  • Offers hands-on practice of effective chest compressions
  • Students can learn how to provide mouth-to-nose ventilation
  • Replacement faces available individually
  • Airway passages remain obstructed until correct head tilt/chin lift technique is applied
  • Dark skinned manikin design
  • Supplied with a foreign object pack - enables practice of back blows and chest thrusts
  • Suitable for trainers providing infant care training
  • Increases confidence to apply learning in real life emergencies
  • Durable for long term use
  • Supplied complete with soft pack and replacement airways
Technical Data
Product Code STJBABYD
Brand Philips
Dimensions

Length: 500mm

Packed Dimensions: 500x150x200mm

Kit Contents

1 x Baby Anne manikin

1 x Soft pack

6 x Airways

10 x Foreign objects

1 x User guide

Manufacturers Part Number

050002

Warranty

1 year

Weight 1.50kg

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