Laerdal Resusci Junior Manikin

Laerdal Resusci Junior Manikin

The Resusci Junior manikin offers realistic, high-quality child CPR education. It has full-body construction and use of an optional SkillGuide performance indicator. Students can quickly sharpen their skills in performing child CPR to high standards.

Product benefits:
Educationally effective by focusing on the performance level of key CPR skills and techniques for children

Enhanced student motivation through use of the optional SkillGuide indicator that allows real-time CPR performance feedback during training

Cost efficient through easy to use and maintain disposable airways

Realistic anatomical body and landmarks provide the essential features necessary to learn realistic child handling and quality child CPR skills

Logistically convenient transportation provided by a durable hard case

Where Marketed: Worldwide
Type: Male full-body child
Airway: Non-breathing, disposable
Carotid Pulse: Yes
Squeeze Bulb: Yes
Compr. Generated: No
Ribs, Xiphiod: Yes
Gastric, distension simulation: No
Navel: Yes
Tongue/teeth: No
Adam's Apple: Yes
Chart Recorder: No
Lightbox: No
Metronome: No
Length: 112 cm (44 in)
Weight: 6 kg (13 lb)
Packed weight: 12.5 kg (27.5 kg): 13.5 lb (30 lb) w/ hard case
Dimensions packed (cm): 75 cm x 27 cm x 42 cm w/ hard case
H x W x D: 29 in x 10.5 in x 16.5 in
Warranty 1 year

Other Specifications: Hard case. Water rescue update kit available.

Product features:
Natural obstruction of the airway allows students to learn the important technique of opening the airway so that in a real-life situation they know how to effectively administer air to the patient

Head tilt/chin lift and jaw thrust allows students to correctly practice airway maneuvers necessary when resuscitating a real child patient

Realistic chest rise verifies correct ventilations
Realistic resistance for chest compressions allows the students to experience the amount of pressure needed to perform proper chest compressions in a real-life situation
Anatomically correct landmarks and sternal notch allow the student to practice identification of all anatomical landmarks relevant to child CPR

Life-like size and weight of a 5-year-old child simulates the problems encountered in a real-life rescue
Bilateral carotid pulse simulation to realistically check for pulse