Feedback monitors.
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CPR feedback monitors.

The Prestan CPR manikins are optionally available with the unique CPR feedback system, allowing the student to get immidiate CPR feedback. The feedback system consists of a feedback monitor that provides feedback about the resuscitation frequency and a clicker mechanism allowing the student that the student knows wether he/she uses the right compression depth. The feedback monitors are available seperately and in 4-packs. 

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Prestan Feedback monitor infant € 39,00 In stock
Prestan Feedback monitor child € 39,00 In stock
Prestan Feedback monitor adult € 39,00 In stock
Prestan Ultralite piston with feedback € 59,00 In stock
Prestan 2000 series add-on kit € 149,00 In stock
Prestan Ultralite Pistons with feedback 4-pack € 229,00 In stock
Prestan 2000 series add-on kit 4-pack € 575,00 In stock
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Feedback monitor placement

The feedback monitor is located in the shoulder of the CPR torso's or for the infant manikin in the infant's diaper. When the student provides the right compression frequency (between the 100 & 120 compressions per minut) will two lights color green. When the student provides more than 120 compressions a minute and is therefore to fast, a orange light will blink. Does the student go to slow (below 100 compressions a minute), then the light will stay orange or when it's going way to slow, a light will turn red.

More feedback in combination with the clicker mechanism

In addition, the clicker mechanism provides a clicking sound when the right compression depth is provided. When the right depth is not reached, the student will hear nothing. If a student goes too deep, he/she will feel the feedback piston during CPR.

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