Offers Measurable Results for CPR Instructors & Trainees
New PRESTAN Series 2000 Manikins are HERE!
PRESTAN Professional Adult Series 2000 CPR Manikins’ new features make it easier than ever to track and monitor your students’ progress. These advanced manikins provide measurable data features for CPR instructors and students themselves. Continue reading PRESTAN Series 2000 CPR Manikin Features
Manikins made by PRESTAN are the practical choice for those who are passionate about saving lives. PRESTAN’s ability to balance function and price is one of the many reasons why here at MCR Medical, we carry PRESTAN Manikins exclusively.
If this is your first time owning a PRESTAN manikin, you may have some questions upon receiving your manikin(s):
“Where are the feedback devices in the manikin?”
“Why do I not hear the ‘clicking’ sound while performing compressions?”
“Why are the red lights on my manikin’s CPR rate monitor blinking?”
“Why is there a rattling in the chest of the manikin?”
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
The Ultravest is custom-designed to fit any Prestan Ultralite Manikin torso. It offers easy access to the compression piston on the manikin’s back as well as left shoulder access to the piston cord. It is featuring a front zipper and a clear plastic front pocket. This vest is a great way to protect your Ultralite Manikins while displaying your business card or branding. The comfortable, clean nylon resists dirt and helps keep the manikin’s skin free of grime and grease from regular use and storage. Our UltraVest’s are available in single, 4, or 12-packs! Continue reading New Product Alert: The UltraVest is Here
Prestan Adult Manikins withNOSE HOLES! The Prestan Professional Series manikins will now have life-like nose holes on the face skin. This feature was put into effect on October 3rd and will now be on all new Prestan Adult Manikins (PP-AM-100M-MS). If you for some reason need a replacement face skin, you will receive an updated version with the new nose holes. You can view the new product update in the picture below!
The new nose holes on the manikin’s face skin are for visual purposes only. This means that they are not fully functioning – air willnot flow through the nose holes into the lung bags! They are meant to stimulate a realistic nose pinch and enhance the overall look of the manikin. Prestan is working hard to make their CPR Manikins as realistic as possible for their customer, and we are super excited about the updates they are making!
Summer is here, and it’s time to celebrate CPR and AED awareness week June 1-7! And have we got a fun virtual party in store for you. Just join our Facebook Event Page for your opportunity to be part of the celebration! We’ve got games, giveaways, custom coupon codes, daily trivia contests, flash sales and more to help raise CPR and AED awareness and to celebrate you – America’s trainers and instructors! EVERYONE IS WELCOME! Invite your friends and family to come, too- we’ve got plenty of good stuff for everyone. CPR and AED awareness week is something we all can enjoy!
Out of the box ideas for growing CPR classes in your community
It’s summer and that means swimming, sports, traveling and general busy-ness. And it’s the perfect time to teach CPR! CPR parties are a great way to connect with friends and neighbors while teaching life-saving skills. Building CPR confidence and having fun go hand-in-hand when you make it a party!
Continue reading CPR Parties – The New Tupperware
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.