Little Anne QCPR, 4 pack Dark
Little Anne QCPR, 4 pack Dark
Product Code 124-03050ie
- 4 manikins
- 8 manikin faces
- 8 airways
- 24 manikin wipes
- 4 jackets for manikins
- 4 training mats
- Soft carrying case
After receiving a recent upgrade, the Little Anne training manikin is now capable of providing your learners with CPR feedback to help them develop their skills and increase their confidence.
The Little Anne QCPR training manikin is now capable of providing your learner's with feedback about their CPR deliverance via Bluetooth Smart technology which can be connected to a smartphone or tablet. This feedback will help to boost their confidence about the skill and increase their engagement with the class.
The 4-pack is the perfect option for trainers who are teaching larger classes as you can have peace of mind that there will be a manikin available to practice on for all learners.
- Anatomically correct chest
- CPR feedback provided
About the Manufacturer
Unlike other medical manufacturers, Laerdal's beginning's were in a small publishing house that specialised in greetings cards and children's books. Soon after they started to develop children's toys which eventually led to them developing first aid manikins.
Nowadays, Laerdal are one of the world's leading medical technology developers as they continually dedicate their time to developing technology that will assist with CPR training, airway management, defibrillation and patient simulation.
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