SimCPR

Newsletter February 2019

SimCPR meets new AHA requirement!

From now on the AHA requires the use of an instrumented directive feedback device or manikin in all AHA courses that teach the skills of adult CPR.

At a minimum, an instrumented directive feedback device or manikin, provides audio or visual (or both) feedback on the rate and depth of compressions during CPR training. SimCPR meets this requirement.

We made a short Quick-user Guide that shows how you can use the SimCPR-wristband with free app during training and testing CPR-skills.

SimCPR MiniMan ready to order!

We often got the request for a low cost CPR-manikin to train and test the quality of chest compressions. Science shows that high-frequency of short training results in educational efficiency with better skill competence.

With the MiniMan students train their neuromuscular-system to compress at least 5cm. The lower resistance of the MiniMan makes it perfect to train children in CPR.

Because MiniMan is so affordable, every student can use a personal manikin during a classroom training and buy a SimCPR MiniMAN-pack for even more self-training at home.

If you are curious about the prices of our low-budget MiniMan here’s a link to the dealer conditions.

INTRODUCTION OFFER for our dealers:

In February you will get a free MiniMan for every SimCPR-wristband you order!