The new manikin BASICBilly+ Basic Life Support (BLS) and CPR manikin now comes with a direct CPR feedback Upgrade Kit which enables students and instructors to effectively train CPR with the free, accurate and user friendly mobile apps.
This high quality and economical AHA compliant BLS manikin is a complete solution to train, monitor, analyse and debrief CPR performances. The manikin connects with the app using a strong and reliable Bluetooth connection – no need to set up a wireless network.
The Instructor App provides a detailed performance review of up to six manikins at a time while the Student App enables trainees to directly see and monitor their CPR performance in real-time.
Training Basic Life Support with BASICBilly+ shows how easy you could provide help and save lives through correct cardiac massage and ventilation technique with direct feedback using the apps accordingly. BASICBilly+ has realistic anatomical landmarks to learn correct hand position for chest compression. The head-tilt functionality makes the head easy to tilt in order to open the airways for mouth-to-mouth and mouth-to-nose and BVM resuscitation or simulate obstructed airway. Additionally, the thorax raises as the lungs are ventilated. Mask ventilation is also possible and BASICBilly+ comes with 5 easy to change disposable lung bags and 1 additional face-mask for hygienic artificial ventilation.
Made of easy to clean durable, latex free material.
Hygienic to use with easy to change disposable airways
Realistic anatomical landmarks to lear correct hand position for chest compression
Mouth to mouth, mouth to nose or BVM resuscitation can be practiced
Offers head tilt functionality to open the airway or simulate obstructed airways
Visible chest rise when the lungs are ventilated
Force to be applied during chest compression have been carefully studied to offer a realistic training
Manikin available in two skin tones
CPR Apps provide feedback for:
- Compression (depth, recoil and rate)
- Breath (volume)
- Hands off time in real time
- Feedback an devaluation meet the standard of the latest guidelines of the American Heart Association (AHA) and the European Resuscitation Council (ERC)