When delivering CPR during sudden cardiac arrest, there is a small chance that the rescuer can be exposed to potentially harmful elements such as bodily fluids including saliva, vomit, and blood. Using a CPR mask is an effective way to protect one's self from these substances.
When giving CPR, the rescuer will apply the mask to the patient's face creating a seal around the nose and mouth. The rescuer will then breathe into the one-way valve which allows air to flow into the patients lungs while preventing air or other substances from contacting the rescuer.
CPR masks & face shields are essential for every rescuer's kit. CPR masks provide a barrier between the first aid rescuer and the patient to prevent the transfer of saliva and other bodily fluids when CPR is being administered. We also have CPR keychains for sale.
The American Red Cross Society recommends a CPR mask that has a face barrier sheet and a one-way resuscitation valve, and is also small enough to attach to a keyring. This is the kind of CPR mask that can fit anywhere, including in a first aid kit. You can even buy several of them inexpensively and keep a stock. (Each mask is good for one use.)
The Curaplex CPR Mask with O2 Inlet provides a cost-effective, value-driven solution for CPR supply needs. This CPR mask seals completely to the face, while a one-way valve protects the rescuer from accidental exposure. Includes supplemental oxygen outlet and inlet.
The CPR Mask is designed for the trained rescuer and first responder, and offers superior protection and durability. The emergency care mask acts as a barrier separating rescuer and patient. The collapsible mask is easy to use and convenient to carry. The cuff is pre-inflated to provide a quick and efficient seal, and an optional O2 port allows for delivery of supplemental oxygen from an external source. The mask is suitable for use on infants, children and adults and is latex-free.
The Ambu Two-In-One Adult and Infant CRP mask combo pouch comes complete with one, standard adult CPR mask (no O2 inlet), one infant CPR mask (no O2 inlet), one-way valve, one pair of gloves and alcohol prep pads all in a soft pouch with zipper and belt clip.
The Ambu Two-In-One Adult and Infant CPR mask combo is essential for any first responder and required by some national lifesaving agencies. In addition to the standard adult CRP mask, the Ambu Two-In-One CPR mask combo also has an infant CPR mask, ensuring a proper seal when performing CPR on a small face, one pair of gloves and alcohol prep pads. The soft pouch is easy to store, has a zipper for quick access and a belt club.
The Ambu Two-In-One Adult and Infant CRP mask combo pouch come complete with one, standard adult CPR mask (no O2 inlet), one infant CPR mask (no O2 inlet), one-way valve, one pair of gloves and alcohol prep pads all in a soft pouch with zipper and belt clip.
The Pocket Mask is designed for mouth to mask ventilation of a non-breathing adult. It is also used as a barrier that will direct expired air from the patient away from the user. The Pocket Mask is equipped with a filter-protected, replaceable, one-way valve. It folds flat for a more compact size and is stored in a splash-resistant, clam shell storage case. Alcohol wipe and one pair of nitrile gloves are included. This device is intended to be used by persons who have received adequate training.
Combo kit contains both an adult/child and an infant CPR pocket mask made of quality transparent material. The adult/child mask features a one-way filter valve and pliable bladder to facilitate proper seal. The infant mask uses the adult mask's one-way valve and is not collapsible. Kit includes one adult/child mask, one infant mask, a one-way valve with filter, pair of disposable nitrile gloves, an antiseptic wipe, instructions, and a red zippered pouch with belt loops.
A CPR mask is used during cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedures, which are used in emergencies to supply oxygen and produce blood flow in the heart and lungs. The mask is used to ensure that infectious diseases, germs, blood, and other bodily fluids are not transferred from the resuscitator to the patient or vice versa. There are many different types of masks on the market today which gives many rescue workers and those trained and certified to perform CPR in a safe and effective way.
The CPR pocket mask is also known as a pocket face mask. They are used to safely get rescue breaths to a person who is in respiratory distress or cardiac arrest. The unused mask is stored in a pouch or hard case. These are kept in first-aid kits and many people carry them in their wallets or handbag. The CPR mask ensures safety by having a one-way filter valve in place. When the person giving breaths into the mouth of the patient the one-way filter valve prevents any mucus, blood, vomit, etc. from going back into the resuscitator's mouth.
Some masks come with a built-in oxygen intake tube. This tube allows for oxygen to be taken from the atmosphere and delivered to the patient. The use of a built-in oxygen intake tube can be very helpful because it can alleviate some of the strain and stress on the person who gives rescue breaths during CPR. CPR procedures require a great deal of physical work during a stressful situation, which can compromise the effectiveness of the rescue.
Yet another type of CPR mask is the bag valve mask. This CPR mask requires the use of two hands to operate. One hand is used to seal the mask over the mouth while the other hand squeezes the air from the bag into the mouth of the patient.
CPR shields are a type of mask usually used during CPR training classes. These are very low-cost, effective barriers for those practicing CPR techniques. It is necessary to use some type of shield during training because multiple students will share and practice resuscitation on one mannequin, increasing the risk for transmission of germs and infectious diseases.
CPR masks can be purchased online or free when you sign up for a class with us, we are offering a key chain pocket mask to every person when you mention this post. One thing to consider when purchasing a CPR mask is that the material that it is made up of is latex-free. This is important not just for the resuscitator but for patients because so many people are now known to have latex allergies, and a rescuer would not want to induce an allergic reaction while performing CPR.
Soft cushion mask offers a secure seal, while the one-way valve and filter protects rescuers. Features head strap and sturdy compact storage/carrying case. Clear dome allows for verification of patient lip color and secretions. Designed to fit adult, child, and infant. Made from durable plastics for easy cleaning and long-time use. Fully assembled, ready to use, and latex free. A convenient, safe, and effective way to administer CPR.
When performing CPR, your safety needs to be of concern just as is the victim's. To prevent contamination from any oral secretion of the person you're aiding, a barrier between you and the victim is highly recommended. Our CPR Masks include one way valves, blocking any fluid return into your mouth, while not restricting proper administration of CPR. We also carry disposable resuscitators for those that know how to work a bag valve mask opposed to mouth-to-mouth.
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