The award-winning advanced Brayden CPR training manikin is an innovative and effective way to teach CPR that enables students to learn the ‘how and why’ in an intuitive and easy-to-understand manner.
Winner of the 2016 iF Design Award for Medicine & Health, this essential visual learning tool instantly reinforces CPR Trainers instructions to students. The Brayden CPR Manikin’s dual modes help structure CPR training: from learning effective CPR to perfecting CPR technique, in accordance with ARC guidelines.
It is the first cost-effective resuscitation manikin to provide real-time feedback of CPR performance allowing users to visualise how CPR effects coronary and cerebral blood flows. The Brayden manikin’s indicating lights correspond to CPR performance, thereby allowing for immediate correction and practice of correct CPR techniques
Three interrelated sets of LED lights within the Brayden manikin give real-time feedback on CPR performance. Brayden’s advanced sensors, which can be switched to AHA or ERC Guidelines as required, detect and analyse the effectiveness of CPR – Depth, Rate and Recoil.
The brain will only illuminate with correct compression depth, compression rate and full chest release.