First aid trainers use replacement lungs as special accessories for CPR training. Practi-Man and Practi-Baby manikins use these lungs as replacements during CPR training.
When new CPR manikins are purchased, they usually come with lungs and airways, and a set of spare ones.
The lungs and airways enable individuals to practice both compressions and rescue breaths during CPR training. Blowing air into the manikin causes its chest to rise, simulating breathing.
To ensure hygiene during training, it’s recommended to replace the lungs after each participant.
They provide a realistic chest rise and fall during compressions, allowing students to practice proper ventilation techniques.
These lungs are easy to install and replace, making them a cost-effective solution for high-volume training sessions.
They are an essential accessory for any first aid training program.
Replacement lungs for
- Practi-Man and
- Practi-Baby models
Here are some benefits of Replacement Lungs For Manikins:
- Provide a realistic chest rise and fall during CPR training.
- Allow for proper ventilation techniques to be practiced.
- Easy to install and replace, making them a cost-effective solution for high-volume training sessions.
- Essential accessory for any first aid training program.
- Ensure students have a realistic and effective learning experience.