Stores the energy generated by chest compressions for power. Without the use of batteries or power cords, the trainer is capable of recording CPR quality and performance metrics, presenting realistic chest rise and palpable pulses after resuscitation, and more. Take your training to more places and reach more people with the convenience of truly tetherless technology.
Intubatable airway with tongue, vocal cords, and trachea.
Realistic head tilt/chin lift and jaw thrust
Realistic chest cavity allows students to experience the correct force needed to perform proper chest compressions
Anatomically correct landmarks for proper hand placement
Proper chest compressions
Attach real AED pads directly to the conductive skin. Shock the conductive skin. Shock the simulator using your defibrillator just like a real patient. Your AED will display the simulator’s ECG.will display the simulator’s ECG.
Automatic pulses and breathing with realistic chest rise. Alternative Energy
Electronics powered through chest compressions; 30 compressions get the system up and running. Simulator remains charged during training and recharges itself while the student practices CPR.
No batteries to replace. Energy storage device capable of 500,000 cycles.
During Training for student:
Coach mode: audible tones guide chest compressions Test mode: no guidance provided during test
Screen on handheld controller provides compression depth and ventilation volume in easy to interpret bar graph format
Screen prompts instructor when student must compress “faster” or “slower”, “softer or harder”.
Instructor can view real-time compression rate
Screen reports defibrillation energy After Training Instructor views student’s performance including:
Average compression rate per minute
Percent compressions in proper rate range
Average compression depth
Percent compressions in proper depth range
Percent ventilations in proper ventilation volume range
Actual compression/ventilation (C/V) ratio
Reporting metrics stored in the controller’s flash memory and can be transferred to a computer using the controller’s USB port. Control Adjust/change feedback and reporting metrics:
Proper C/V ratio • High and low compression rate limits
High and low compression depth limits (in inches or centimeters)
Proper ventilation volume
Manual cardioversion upon defibrillation
Program ECG rhythms; choose sinus, ventricular fibrillation, or asystole. Selected ECG rhythm will be seen on your real AED.
Activate automatic carotid pulse and/or breathing Items included
Full-size adult male head and upper body
Handheld controller with 15 ft cable
HAL® CPR+D Trainer with Advanced Feedback