A CPR Mask has an inflated rim that creates an airtight seal around the mouth and nose when placed on the face. They are used to perform rescuer breaths safely and effectively on a patient who is unresponsive and not breathing. The most common use is for cardiac arrest victims. CPR masks have a one-way valve that allows air in and prevents backflow which eliminates the risk of transmitting bodily fluids such as blood, saliva, and vomit. The CPR Mask comes with an oxygen port, hard shell case and head strap. They are designed for use on both adults and children. The mask is reusable when the valve is replaced, and the mask has been thoroughly sterilised.
- If someone is unresponsive and not breathing call 000 for assistance. Place the CPR mask over the casualties mouth and nose with the wider end placed over the nose.
- Firmly press the mask down on the skin to create an airtight seal.
- To open the airway, slightly tilt the patients head back.
- Perform rescue breaths through the one-way valve. Rescue breaths are normally administered in conjunction with chest compressions. 2 breaths are to be given after every 30 compressions. This should be continued until help arrives.
- Prevents transmission of bacteria and potential infectious diseases from the patient to rescuer and vice versa
- Convenient and compact
- Latex free
- Comes with hard shell case to keep contents safe and streilesterile
- One-way valve prevents bodily fluids and vomit from coming back up through the filter
- Disposable filters
- Enables responder to provide lifesaving CPR whilst keeping safe and protected
Used to perform CPR rescue breaths safely and effectively without the risk of transmitting potentially harmful bodily fluids. Used primarily on people who are unresponsive and not breathing. They commonly used to treat sudden cardiac arrest victims whilst waiting for help to arrive.