15 - 20 June, Hannover/Germany
CPRLillyPro including the training tablet is the best choice for your professional CPR training courses. Using the software, you can guide the exercises and control the simulator, creating highly realistic training scenarios. All the relevant parameters can be monitored comfortably and easily via the tablet provided, and stored away for subsequent analysis. Trainers and trainees will very quickly attain the chosen training target via the direct feedback feature. CPRLillyPro is hygienic, and will operate economically for a long time thanks to the use of disposable airbags and the separate air chamber system. The face masks can be exchanged, and are easy to clean. The software can control the carotid pulse and the eye movements. All material used complies with the highest standards in terms of quality and durability. The CPRLillyPro CPR trainer has been developed and manufactured in Germany, and training with this manikin complies with the latest AHA (American Heart Association) and ERC (European Resuscitation Council) guidelines.Displayed feedback parameters on the included training tablet: - Compression depth- Compression frequency- Hand position- Head tilt- Respiration volume/speed (combined)- Respiration pressureCPRLillyProcan react by opening the eyes when spoken to by the trainee. The upper body, dressed in everyday clothing with a zip jacket, shows all the important anatomical reference points. The correct head tilt, individual carotid pulse, and the moveable jaw (Jaw Thrust Manoeuvre), provide realistic scenarios. CPR training with the CPRLillyProline of CPR manikins complies with the latest AHA (American Heart Association) and ERC (European Resuscitation Council) guidelines.
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