CPR masks come in a variety of styles, and the right mask for you largely depends on when you anticipate using it. Nobody wants to use a CPR mask, but if you’ve chosen to keep one (or more) on hand, you’ll probably want to know more about it.
We’ve written a few articles on the types of masks we carry and discuss their characteristics. Masks will have a variety of options, such as oxygen ports, different sizes, different storage, and an array of accessories. We hope these articles help you choose the correct CPR mask, or help you understand how to use and care for your mask.
As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with questions, before or after the sale. We answer comments/thoughts left on our blog, and love the opportunity to speak with our customers on the phone. Thank you for the opportunity to provide these articles, and we hope you consider us when you purchase your next mask!
Heading into 2021, we thought it would be a good idea to outline different fears that keep people from performing CPR. CPR can be a scary task, especially if you aren’t super confident about your ability to perform CPR. We wanted to let you know that you aren’t alone in these fears and talk about the 3 most common fears associated with CPR. Continue reading Fears Preventing Individuals From Performing CPR
Looking for ways to improve the training experience and outcomes for your CPR students without breaking the bank? Here’s one simple idea: use customizable masks to improve your CPR training! These reusable, re-inflatable masks extend the life of your training materials (and your budget) while giving students an effective and realistic training tool. Continue reading Customizable Masks Improve CPR Training
Having a CPR rescue mask will help you perform CPR with more confidence and offer better rescue breaths.
You may not know why some people carry a CPR rescue mask and/or CPR key chains. You may not even know what they are. It’s OK. I had no idea what they were until I started working here at MCR Medical. Whether it be in your home, office, at school or on a ball field, I believe having a rescue mask available will encourage more people to perform CPR with rescue breaths. Continue reading The CPR Rescue Mask and Other Barrier Devices