Little Anne AED



The unique design feature of the AED Trainers is that proper pad placement on the patient’s chest is required in order to advance in the scenario, meaning students receive quality CPR-D training. The remote control unit also gives the instructor unique control of the scenario.

Educationally effective training with realistic anatomical landmarks

The Little Anne AED Training System system offers all the essential features necessary for learning adult CPR, defibrillation and defibrillator pad placement:

Anatomically correct landmarks and sternal notch allow the student to practice identification of all anatomical landmarks relevant to adult CPR and defibrillation.

Natural obstruction of the airway allows students to learn the important technique of opening the airway as in a real-life situation. This teaches how to effectively administer air to the patient. Abdominal thrusts can also be practiced.

The realistic airway function means that the airway remains obstructed without proper head tilt/chin lift or jaw thrust manoeuvres. Chest rise is seen with correct ventilations.
    
Oral and nasal passages allow realistic nose pinch required for mouth-to-mouth ventilation.

Quality performance feedback to ensure effective learning

Voice prompts match the live FR2 and FR3 AED defibrillator provided on the AED Trainer 2 and AED Trainer 3.

LEDs illuminate on the manikin to allow comparison of ideal pad placement and accuracy.

Audible feedback reinforces correct compression depth. An optional “clicker” feature signals correct compression depth.

Realistic resistance for chest compression allows the students to experience the amount of pressure needed to perform proper chest compressions in a real-life situation.

Durable and affordable

Durable construction giving unequalled long-term use.

Higher student-to-manikin ratios allowing for increased hands-on practice.



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