Resusci Anne


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Resusci Anne

(rĕ-sūs′ē)
A mannikin used in cardiopulmonary resuscitation training.
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Louise is a finalist in St John Ambulance's Everyday Heroes awards, hosted by Myleene Klass and supported by Laerdal, Resusci Anne makers.
Package 2 Module trauma and hemorrhagic limbs with tactical internships for phantom owned company Laerdal Resusci Anne (1 zest.
The course consists of 45 hours incorporating the following components: 1) didactic lectures, 2) skill lab workshops, 3) medium-fidelity simulation exercises using Laerdal's Resusci Anne simulators as well as three high-fidelity simulation scenarios using SimMan[R] 3G, 4) facilitator-led guided reflection sessions, and 5) a clinical preceptorship.
In the assessment, the participants were asked to perform 5 cycles of chest compressions and ventilation with a ratio of 30: 2 on a manikin connected to Resusci Anne Basic and SkillGuide, a device that assesses the accuracy of chest compressions, in terms of their depth and location, as well as the accuracy of ventilation delivered.
To assess the quality of CPR skills, students performed compressions, ventilations, and single-rescuer CPR for 3 minutes each on a Laerdal Resusci Anne Skill Reporter[TM] manikin.
Besides this low fidelity simulators like Resusci Anne & Baby, Airway Management Trainer, LP Simulator & others are made available for hands-on-training of basic clinical skills for clinical skills training of medical students, graduates, physicians (training-of-the-trainer); and in-service training of nurses, and other health professionals.
Under an instructor's guidance, you pressed your lips against the Resusci Anne Simulator, the plastic model fashioned after a young girl pulled from a river.
The result is Resusci Anne, used by millions -- but not in water.
Four half-hour sessions were designed to introduce the students to Resusci Anne, the lifelike mannequin used in CPR training, and to teach them how to respond to an emergency.
INTERVENTION Students in the intervention group practiced their CPR skills on Resusci Anne [TM] adult manikins for six minutes a month in this order: two minutes of compressions, then two minutes of ventilations with bag-valve-mask (BVM), and lastly, two minutes of single-rescuer CPR.
Discussion This study documented the effectiveness of HeartCode BLS with sensored Resusci Anne adult and infant manikins for developing nursing students' CPR skills.