XT-XINTE CPR Resuscitator Rescue Masks Emergency CPR Breathing Mask Mouth Breath One-way Valve Tools Pocket First Aid Training Equipment

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XT-XINTE CPR Resuscitator Rescue Masks Emergency CPR Breathing Mask Mouth Breath One-way Valve Tools Pocket First Aid Training Equipment Item NO.: F36402

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Product Name XT-XINTE CPR Resuscitator Rescue Masks Emergency CPR Breathing Mask Mouth Breath One-way Valve Tools Pocket First Aid Training Equipment
Item NO. F36402
color red
Weight 0.29 kg = 0.6393 lb = 10.2294 oz
Category Health supplies > mask
Brand XT-XINTE
Creation Time 2020-03-17

XT-XINTE CPR Resuscitator Rescue Masks Emergency CPR Breathing Mask Mouth Breath One-way Valve Tools Pocket First Aid Training Equipment

Specification:
Item name: Resuscitation face mask
Type: First-aid devices
Valve Type: One-way valve
Function: Breathing Apparatus
Materail: Plastic+Silicone
Color: Red

Feature:
1 CE marked, with one-way valve, with plastic case.
2 Unique design, high quality, high efficiency.
3 CPR pocket mask with O2O inlet.It can make patient breath fluently.
4 Avoid direct contact between patient and rescuer.
5 Soft cushion offers secure seal.
6 Convenient to use with operate instruction.

Package Included:
    1 x CPR Resuscitator Mask
    1 x Package Case
    1 x Instruction

NO Retail Box. Packed Safely in Bubble Bag.
 
Function:
1 Mouthto mouth face mask with one-way valve to avoid any direct contactbetween the patient and rescuer on mouth, nose and face , and helpovercome hesitation to start resuscitation.
2 Transparent dome allows rescuer to visually check for patient’s lip colour and vomitus
3 Oxygen inlet facilitates increased oxygen delivery to patient, standard connection 22mm.
 
Usage:
1 CPR resuscitator used to safely deliver rescue breaths during a cardiac arrest or respiratory arrest.
2 CPR resuscitator is a small devece that can be carried on one's person.
Air is administered to the patient when the emergency responder exhales through a one-way valve.


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