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
Handle big classes hygienically (without breaking the budget!)
CPR training uses a lot of “consumables.” As an instructor, you know you have to replace training valves after each class, but do you know why? Today we’ll explain a little about how valves work, and compare pros and cons of valves vs CPR training shields.
How it Works:
When students breathe into the valve, it’s like blowing into a balloon: inflating and deflating (lung bags work just like balloons!). Then, they pass the “balloon” to the next person.
Within the valve stem is a gauze-like material that prevents fluids transferring between students during practice, preventing cross-contamination.
Exclusive product adds professional look while protecting your manikin
DO YOU DRESS FOR CPR SUCCESS?
You are a CPR professional, and your classroom rig should reflect that. The new ManiVest CPR Manikin Vest from MCR Medical brings next level CPR training and protects your investment. Check out this exclusive accessory that sets you apart from the competition.
We designed our vest for adult-sized manikins with several unique features.
The custom fit protects your manikin body from dirt and damage during travel or storage (also appropriate for most small/ child sized manikins).
The vest easily unzips to begin practice compressions and access feedback monitor (if applicable) without undressing.
The see-through pocket can hold your business card, or add a little whimsy to your class by having students “name” the manikin and place a name tag in the pocket.