Electronic monitoring allows trainees to critique their performance at a glance. All electronic monitoring units are housed outside the CPARLENE® manikin, connected by a quick-release interface jack similar to a telephone extension. Portable electronics allow monitors, not students, to be moved from manikin to manikin. Helps reduce cross-contamination. All units are powered by “C” or “D” batteries, and change from adult to child readings with the flip of a switch. All electronic CPARLENE® models come complete with jaw thrust feature; a washable jogging suit; child springs; and a hard carrying case with wheels.
This manikin provides maximum student/instructor feedback in four practice modes: compression rate, compression depth, ventilation duration, and ventilation volume. Red light indicates improper hand placement. The performance of each skill is displayed separately while averages are stored in the memory. With the flip of a switch, memory unit evaluates performance based on child or adult CPR standards. Power saver feature automatically turns unit off, but retains previous data. Low battery indicator. Three-year warranty.