WNL’s AED Trainers are used by top CPR training centers nationwide, and the “Essentials” units are economical alternatives to the well known Practi-Trainer.
CPR, while an integral and crucial component of the resuscitation process, often isn’t enough to convert your patient’s heartbeat to an effective rhythm. Dramatically increase survivability rates of your patient during a cardiac emergency by performing CPR in conjunction with the use of an AED. Early defibrillation is a critical component to master in the cardiac chain of survival.
An introduction, even a brief one, coupled with training increases bystander confidence and improves performance in AED usage. Equip yourself and your staff to increase survivability rates for persons in sudden cardiac arrest knowing that no device other than a defibrillator has consistently improved long-term survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
WNL’s Universal AED Practi-TRAINER Essentials is designed to be a compact, easy to carry unit that still provides all the training functionality of larger models. It’s even affordable enough so instructors can bring a unit for everyone in class! The Practi-TRAINER Essentials AED trainer offers a universal training experience that prepares students to use a variety of different AEDs.
Clear voice prompts guide practicing students though the AED scenarios while the unit’s metronome helps keep them motivated to push fast and hard for effective chest compressions.
Fully compliant with the new 2015 ECC CPR guidelines, the unit is compatible with any type of CPR manikin that is intended for AED training.
WNL’s Universal Practi-TRAINER Essentials includes:
- 1 complete unit with 2 pre-programmed scenarios installed (each in English and Spanish)
- 1 set of child pads and connector
- 1 set of adult pads and connector
- 3 AA batteries
- 1 manual
- Zippered, nylon-lined, fabric carrying case with handle
- 1-year manufacturer’s warranty
Dimensions of the unit are 5″ x 5″ x 1.75″
Single carrying case dimensions are 9″ x 7″ x 2.25″
This unit is for training purposes only and cannot be used for patient defibrillation.