Our customers have been asking a lot of questions about the AHA directive requiring instructors to use CPR feedback devices. These devices come in a variety of forms, such as CPR manikins with feedback built into them, or wearable products that only provide rate information.
Feedback comes in a variety of forms, depending on your needs. You might find beeps, clicks, and flashing lights to be common features. Do you know what type of feedback is required?
If not, please don’t worry. In the following articles we discuss these manikins and CPR feedback devices. But, if none of these posts answers your questions, please feel free to add your thoughts in a comment, or reach out to us. We’re glad for the opportunity to chat. You can reach us through the blog, by email, or on the phone. Our staff knows about the upcoming feedback requirements, and we’re standing by to assist.
Gain compliance with the upcoming AHA requirements with this stand alone compression rate feedback device from WNL Products.
One of the hottest topics in CPR training right now is the CPR feedback requirement from the AHA. While CPR manikin manufacturers hope everyone buys new manikins—and we’d be glad to sell them to you—that’s not easy for everybody to do. One option often overlooked is using a stand-alone CPR feedback device, such as the Practi-CRM by WNL Products.
Hi Everyone! We have been getting a lot of questions about the new AHA Guidelines that will be changing in 2019. I thought I would write a quick blog to address some of your questions regarding CPR Feedback Manikins.
If you already know about the CPR Manikin Feedback devices and are interested in seeing the various options we carry you can check out our CPR Manikins page.
The CPR feedback device provide, real-time, audiovisual and corrective evaluation.
DALLAS, August 15, 2017 — The American Heart Association – the world’s leading voluntary health organization devoted to fighting cardiovascular disease – will now require the use of an instrumented directive feedback device (CPR Feedback Device) in all courses that teach adult CPR skills, effective January 31, 2019. The devices provide, real-time, audiovisual and corrective evaluation and instruction on chest compression rate, depth, chest recoil and proper hand placement during CPR training.