Little Anne QCPR, 4-pack
Little Anne QCPR, 4-pack
Product Code 124-01050ie
- 4 manikins
- 8 manikin faces
- 8 airways
- 24 manikin wipes
- 4 jackets for manikins
- 4 training mats
- Soft carrying case
Designed for excessive use, the Little Anne training manikin has recently been upgraded as it is now capable of providing feedback to your learners about their CPR skills, allowing them to consistently improve and boost their confidence.
Thanks to a recent upgrade, the Little Anne QCPR is now capable of providing CPR feedback via Bluetooth Smart technology to a tablet or smartphone. This feedback will help to improve your learner's CPR skills and boost their confidence so they can act in a real-life emergency.
The 4-pack is the perfect option for trainers who train larger classes and require more manikins. Having 4 available to learners will ensure they can practice their CPR skills and feel confident by the end of the class.
- Feedback provided on CPR delivery
- Anatomically correct to help with hand placement on a patient's chest
About the Manufacturer
Laerdal originally started off as a small publishing house that specialised in greetings cards and children's books. Later on, they started to develop children's books and then first aid manikins.
Nowadays, Laerdal are one of the world's leading medical technology developers, dedicating their time to developing products that assist with CPR training, airway management, defibrillation and patient simulation.
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