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Inexpensive manikin for basic training of the RCCP maneuver.
Integral design allows the practice of the heimlich maneuver and abdominal compressions, as well as cpr and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
Basic patient care manikin for standard nursing, first aid and emergency practices, weight 20.87 kg, complies with OBRA
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Rescue Randy was developed for realistic training of handling, transporting and extracting adult or juvenile victims. These mannequins can be safely used in situations that are too dangerous or uncomfortable for human volunteers.
The Adult Choking Manikin with Carrying Bag works on the principle of clearing a blocked airway with forced air generated with proper procedure, abdominal thrusts or blows to the back.
Adult and adolescent water rescue mannequins
• Manikin Weight: Approximately 40 lbs.
• Submerged Manikin Weight: Approximately 105 lbs.
• Can be additionally weighed to reach a submerged weight of 140 pounds.
• Cables and tips are replaceable (contact our customer service vice department).
• Size: 65 "x 23" x 9 ".
• Shipping weight 52 lbs.
Top water rescue:
The Water Rescue adult mannequin. The mannequin gains weight by filling with water through the small holes in the legs and arms. The torso of the mannequin may be
fill with water by opening the valve located on the shoulder. When the mannequin is full, it will sink to mouth level.
RESCUE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE WATER:
To fully submerge the Adult Water Rescue Manikin, remove the vinyl cover and plastic insert located on the abdomen of the manikin.
relatives. Add about 10 pounds. weight (ie, a brick) Replace the plastic insert and vinyl cover. The mannequin will now be fully submerged.
Important: We highly recommend wearing a flotation device and / or be attached to the manikin in those situations where loss is possible.