The Little Junior manikin meets your need for a low-cost, lifelike child CPR trainer and is the perfect supplement to the Resusci Junior manikin. Our package of four Little Junior manikins makes hands-on practice affordable for every student.

 Product benefits:  

  • Educationally effective by offering all of the essential features necessary for learning child CPR
  • Affordability through increased hands-on practice by allowing higher student-to-manikin ratios
  • Realistic anatomical landmarks provide the essential features necessary to teach quality appropriate CPR techniques
  • Logistically convenient lightweight design makes Little Junior easy to transport
  • Durable construction allows unequalled long-term use

Product features:  

  • Oral and nasal passages allow realistic nose pinch required for mouth-to-nose and mouth-to-mouth ventilation
  • Natural obstruction of the airway allows students to learn the
    important technique of opening the airway. Abdominal thrusts can also be practiced
  • Head tilt/chin lift and jaw thrust allow students to correctly practice all maneuvers necessary when resuscitating a real victim
  • Realistic airway function means that the airway remains obstructed without proper head tilt/chin lift or jaw thrust. Chest rise is seen with correct ventilations
  • Anatomically correct landmarks and sternal notch allow the student to practice identification of all anatomical landmarks relevant to child CPR
  • Audible feedback for chest compressions reinforces correct compression depth with an optional “clicker” feature
  • Realistic chest compression resistance allows the students to experience the amount of pressure needed to perform proper chest compressions in a real-life situation
  • Economical disposable airways for quick and easy clean-up
  • Removable and reusable faces for convenient and affordable maintenance

 

See how others use Little Junior™

Integrating simulation into nursing curriculum

Pressure for clinical placement had been a growing challenge for the UK for some time when faculty at Birmingham...   Read more ›