PRESTAN INFANT ULTRALITE
PRESTAN is committed to building confidence by expanding our most compact, lightweight product offering designed to meet instructor’s needs in a full range of training environments including on-the-go & virtual training!
As with all PRESTAN manikins, the Infant Ultralite Manikin provides a realistic training experience with anatomically correct features, accurate head tilt and visible chest rise while providing intuitive feedback during CPR training.
This durable manikin offers an affordable solution for CPR training, with all the quality and realism you expect from PRESTAN.
Fully compliant with current industry guidelines, including the most recent AHA Integrated Feedback Directive.
For CPR training instructors who value lightweight, portable products with easy setup and intuitive feedback, the PRESTAN Ultralite series is the perfect solution! The compact design allows for easy transport and cost-effective shipping making it an ideal solution for on-the-go and virtual training.
The Infant Ultralite Single is just 1.6-pounds with an easy-to-carry drawstring bag!
The PRESTAN Infant Ultralite Manikin is available with CPR Feedback only. The visual feedback from the CPR Feedback Piston gives students a real life feel of delivering 100-120 compressions per minute.
Instructors can monitor several students quickly and easily. When administering CPR slower than 100 compressions per minute, the red LED light will illuminate, letting the student know that they are not performing compressions fast enough. When doing compressions between 100-120 compressions per minute, the LED light will illuminate to a solid green colour, letting them know that they are in the ideal compression rate range recommended by Industry Guidelines. A flashing red light signals the student to slow down when they are exceeding 120 compressions per minute.
In addition to the visual CPR Rate Monitor, students will also hear a clicker sound as the chest is pushed to the appropriate depth of 2.0 -2.4 inches allowing them to experience the true force needed to deliver real life chest compressions.