In order to give our students the most positive experience possible, we choose to use Prestan manikins. These manikins seem to give a realistic experience of what giving CPR is like. Even before the 2015 International Committee on Resuscitation’s guidelines were issued, our manikins were providing real-time feedback about the depth and rate of chest compressions given.
Moreover, our child manikins are also designed with removable faces. This allows each student to learn mouth-to-mouth resuscitation for family and friends while reducing the chances of disease transmission and eliminating the taste of rubbing alcohol from a freshly sanitized face.
For professionals and lay rescuers alike, the administration of ventilations is practiced with a pocket face mask and new one-way valve.
In addition to CPR manikins, we have training tools that will help students insert advanced airways, start IV lines, administer medications via IV/IM/SQ routes, and analyze and interpret ECGs.
All of our equipment is hypoallergenic, latex-free, and sanitized in strict accordance with our policy on sanitation.