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Training artificial ventilation mask Bio-Barrier® 01RB5050CPR

training artificial ventilation mask
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CPR, training

Description

Disinfecting CPR manikins between students is common practice, however, the exhaled air remaining in the manikin’s lungs from previous student still constitutes a potential health risk. The Bio-Barrier® CPR Manikin Training Faceshield provides over 99% bacterial and viral filtration efficiency with minimal resistance to the passage of air. By reducing the risk of contamination from the exhaled breath remaining in the manikin, you remove the need for simulated breathing or wiping down of the manikin between students thus saving training time and promoting “real life” skills. The large shield size of the Bio-Barrier® CPR Manikin Training Faceshield provides excellent coverage of the face of any manikin. The pliable yet extremely strong shield provides excellent sealing characteristics against the manikin’s face. Packaged on an “east tear” roll the Bio-Barrier® CPR Manikin Training Faceshield is a simple, cost effective method of improving student safety during CPR instruction. Features Single use. Latex Free. 2-way biological filter material. Printed landmarks for easy positioning on manikin’s face. Transparent face shield provides excellent coverage of the manikin’s face. Packaged on an “easy tear” roll. Very cost effective. BACTERIAL AND VIRAL PROTECTIONDURING CPR TRAINING The two-way biological filter of the O-Two CPR BioBarrier® training faceshield will prevent the passageof over 99% of the viruses and bacteria that cause diseases such as tuberculosis, hepatitis and HIV.
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