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Practi-CRM CPR Monitor

$27.95

Works With Any Manikin!
Compression rate monitoring on your wrist
The Practi-CRM Compression Rate Monitor is designed to measure compression rate when practicing CPR on a manikin. Worn on the students’ wrist, a diode illuminates red when compressions are below 100 cpm or above 120 cpm. When compression rate is between 100 and 120 cpm the diode illuminates green, allowing users to self-check their timing. A flexible wristband fits any size wrist and may be used with any training manikin.
The Practi-CRM provides an affordable solution that helps protect the investment training centers have in the manikins they own which do not offer compression rate monitoring, one of the key elements the AHA is requiring by January 1, 2019.
Quoting from the AHA announcement relevent to the Practi-CRM and how it meets these requirements:
  • The use of an “instrumented directive feedback device or manikin in all AHA courses that teach the skill of CPR.
  • The device at a minimum “must measure real-time audio feedback or visual feedback on compression rate and depth.”
  • The Practi-CRM (WNLCRM) fulfills this requirement for visual feedback of compression rate as defined by the AHA: “Device with screen display that detects rate of actual compressions and indicates visually whether to push faster or to push slower in real time to meet AHA recommendations.”
  • The AHA also states that AHA devices “…can be added to and used with existing manikins.”

Comes with a 1 year warranty. BE SURE TO REMOVE THE BATTERY PROTECTOR BEFORE USE or PRODUCT WILL NOT POWER ON!


PRICE IS FOR 1 COMPRESSION RATE MONITOR


 


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SKU: WLCRM Categories: ,

3 x 3 x 1.75 inches  |  .18 lbs

*IMPORTANT*   The Practi-CRM is sensitive to proper positioning.

See photo illustration to help achieve best results:

Q:  What is the band made of?

A:  Latex Free silicone rubber

Q:  Are batteries included?

A:  Yes, but remove the safety tab before use. See instruction manual to access battery compartment.