Brayden CPR Manikins present a highly innovative and effective way to teach and learn both the “how to” and “why to” perform CPR. The Brayden CPR Manikin with Illumination Lights is the first ever manikin to allow users to visualise the effects of CPR.
Brayden is equipped with three sets of interrelated LED lights that actually illuminate in direct relation to the depth and rate and compressions and clearly demonstrate the overall the quality of CPR.
A Beneficial Training Tool
Being able to see the how CPR is having a direct effect on the flow of oxygenated blood to the brain, reinforced with an audible (on/off) clicker if required, increases the speed at which skills can be both learned and retained. This ultimately increases confidence and competence in CPR skills.
Brayden both looks and feels very realistic and is anatomically correct, giving people a better understanding of what to expect when performing CPR. Learners are able to perform basic upper airway management functions and expired air is expelled from the back of the manikin improving hygiene.
1 : CHEST COMPRESSION INDICATING LIGHTS
These illuminate to represent the volume of blood being circulated by the chest compressions. This volume depends on the depth of compressions. These will only fully light when the depth of compressions is over 5cm.
2: BLOOD CIRCULATION INDICATING LIGHTS
These illuminate to represent the floor of blood from the heart to the brain. The speed of the blood flow shown varies according to the depth and speed of the compressions. These will only fully light once the rate of compressions is over 100 per minute.
3: CPR QUALITY INDICATING LIGHT
This illuminates to represent that blood is reaching the brain. This will only fully light when the depth and speed of the compressions are correct.
Following Scottish Government COVID-19 guidance, we are postponing training courses and closing our supplies store from Monday 4th January 2021 until further notice.
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