Parents can now learn the life saving skill of Infant CPR and relief of choking in less than 22 minutes. With this new self-directed learning program, carers, parents, grandparents and others who are responsible for the care and safety of an infant can learn these life saving skills and be prepared to respond during the first few minutes of a life threatening emergency. This is especially relevant for those with infants that have backyard pools.

Hospital maternity wards, child care centres, and other relevant groups can host training sessions and use Infant CPR to teach those who may not normally take a traditional CPR class. It’s a great way to reach out into the community and train more people in the life saving skills of Infant CPR.

This program is also ideal to integrate into Infant CPR and First Aid courses as participates can take the kit home and share with other members of the family.

The Kit includes:

  • Mini Baby CPR Learning Manikin
  • Instructional DVD ( Includes both CPR training and relief from choking)
  • Fold Out Quick Reference guides ( 2 convienent sizes- wallet and poster size)
  • Practice phone
  • Manikin Wipes (2)
  • Mini Baby spare lung (2)
  • Directions For Use and cleaning instructions are printed inside the box

Available in Australia and New Zealand

Resuscitation guidelines as per Australian and New Zealand Resuscitation Councils

Infant CPR is endorsed by APLS (Advanced Paediatric Life Support). APLS are a non for profit training organisation that provides training & education for health professionals working with critically ill children.

(Special prices available for bulk purchases, minimum quantity order applies)

Code : 103-09018

PLEASE NOTE: This product is designed as a Personal Manikin, not as a Training Manikin.

To order please call the Australian office on 1800-331-565 or contact your Laerdal territory manager or distributor.

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