Brayden set to widen range of award-winning manikins
Wednesday, January 2, 2019
Brayden Baby: intuitive lights help improve CPR performanceCurrently under development, the Brayden Baby is designed with the help of key opinion leaders representing the ERC, national resuscitation councils and leading European paediatric institutions.Brayden Baby uses advanced sensors to detect and analyse the effectiveness of CPR. Sets of interrelated LED lights illuminate key performance indicators. Brayden Baby has intuitive lights to help guide the student to perform good quality ventilation, which is vital for successful resuscitation of an infant.Lights are also placed in the chest and illuminate to show correct compression depth, and blood circulation lights illuminate to represent the flow of blood from the heart to the brain. Additionally, it has a CPR-quality indicating light, which only illuminates when correct compression depth, compression rate and full chest release are performed—similar to the function in the award-winning Brayden manikin.
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