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December 06 2021

What is the QCPR Compression Reflector?

The white QCPR compression reflector placed inside the back section torso is part of the Sensor’s measurement system, used for Little Anne and Little Junior QCPR.Without this, the QCPR App will not register compressions. Learn more about the measurement system – How do Little Anne and Little Junior QCPR work? What is the difference between the […]

December 06 2021

How to install Little Anne QCPR Upgrade Kit?

There are currently two versions of the Little Anne QCPR Upgrade Kit available, one version with a “Compression reflector” part made of Foam and a version with a reflector part that is molded (hard plastic). This first video shows the “Little Anne QCPR Foam” part version:   This video shows the “Little Anne QCPR Plastic” […]

December 06 2021

What is Little Anne and Little Junior QCPR Upgrade kit?

Little Anne and Little Junior – QCPR upgrade kits Upgrade your old Little Anne and Little Junior to function with the QCPR App feedback system. How do Little Anne and Little Junior QCPR work?  Upgrade Little Anne All existing Little Anne manikins, manufactured after 08. February 1999, can be upgraded to Little Anne QCPR. See below to identify […]

December 06 2021

How do Little Anne and Little Junior QCPR Work?

Little Anne and Little Junior QCPR include a hardware module with a QCPR Sensor to measure compressions and ventilations. The QCPR Sensor is an integrated electronic device that registers compressions and ventilations, mounted under the Rib plate. It communicates QCPR feedback wirelessly to external devices via Bluetooth or wired via the SkillGuide (I2C). The manikin connects to […]

November 23 2021

First Aid Tips You May Use One Day

First aid is the help a person gives to an injured person before professional medical help arrives. Everyone knows that first aid training courses are as crucial as self-defense training courses, but not everyone is interested in them. Why is first aid important? In many cases, first aid has saved the lives of injured people […]

November 18 2021

First Aid Training Guide: How to Perform CPR on a Drowning Victim

What is CPR? Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a crucial life-saving technique used on drowning victims, cardiac arrest, and many other emergencies. CPR is only performed when there is a sign of no heartbeat or when the breathing stops. In those types of situations, CPR could be performed by any trained individual, and if there isn’t […]

October 27 2021

First Aid Training Guide: A Comprehensive Guide for First Aid Training Courses

First aid, as we all know, is an on-the-spot treatment given to someone with a medical emergency. The purpose is to reduce the impact of the injury and avoid future complications. First aid training courses can also prove to be life-saving in severe cases. First aid does not encompass a complete medical treatment; it is […]

October 22 2021

Why You Should Buy an Automated External Defibrillator for your Office

Sudden cardiac arrest can strike anybody, at any age, at any moment. Sudden cardiac arrest is a condition in which a person’s heart has stopped beating, and they are unable to breathe. While you wait for professional medical help, you can perform CPR immediately to keep the person’s brain and heart alive. Using an Automated […]

October 01 2021

Everything You Need to Know About First Aid Kit

Crisis waits for no one, which is why it’s crucial to always be prepared. It’s critical to be equipped, especially if you’re a parent. Your preparedness could someday save someone’s life. All schools have started taking First Aid training courses that teach you basic techniques of first aid kit to follow until expert paramedics arrive at […]

September 15 2021

What Is Advanced Resuscitation And How Does It Work?

When a person suffers from “sudden cardiac arrest,” the heart stops pumping adequately, and the person stops breathing, which prevents the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs. One explanation is that our lungs enable us to inhale the oxygen that our bodies require. Our system is capable of much more, including removing […]