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PVC Manual Resuscitator | Ambu Bag

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PVC Manual Resuscitator | Ambu Bag

PVC Manual Resuscitator | Ambu Bag

In a medical emergency, PVC Manual Resuscitator | Ambu Bag rescue workers can help patient breathe using a squeezable bag with a face mask.

PVC Manual Resuscitator | Ambu Bag

  • Made of 100% medical grade PVC
  • Single patient use only.
  • 40cm/60cm H2O pressure relief valve
  • All-in-one intake valve connects to oxygen reservoir bag directly.
  • Standard connection diameter of patient valve: 15/22mm
  • Additional accessories optional
  • Latex free
tem No. Size Accessories include Package
PR1001 Adult 1650ml resuscitator(W/60cm H2O POP-OFF),2.1m oxygen tubing, 2000ml reservior bag and PVC air cushion mask 4# PP plastic box, Polybag,Paper box
PR1002 Pediatric 600ml resuscitator(W/40cm H2O POP-OFF),2.1m oxygen tubing, 1600ml reservior bag and PVC air cushion mask 2# PP plastic box, Polybag,Paper box
PR1003 Neonate or Infant 280ml resuscitator(W/40cm H2O POP-OFF),2.1m oxygen tubing, 1600ml reservior bag and silicone mask:neonate with 0# mask,infant with 1# mask. PP plastic box, Polybag,Paper box

Optional Accessories

1,Airway 2,Mouth openor 3,PEEP Valve 4,Nose clip

Ambu bag | Manual Resuscitator Operating instructions

  1. Open mouth, clear airway of all foreign matter and fluids. The use of an Emergency Aspirator is recommended. Tilt head fully back wards and push the jaw upwards with neck stretched to open the airway.
  2. To assist ventilation it may be beneficial to insert an artificial airway. Be careful that it does not push the tongue back and thus obstruct the throat.
  3. Hold mask tightly to victim’s face, covering mouth and nose, tilt head fully backwards, mask-holding
    hand lifting jaw forward. Squeeze the bag smartly and watch chest expand.
  4. Release pressure on the bag suddenly and allow the chest to deflate. Repeat 12 – 20 times per minute, or 30 times in the case of infants. If continued resistance to insufflation is encountered, check for airway obstruction or correct the backward head tilt. If adequate ventilation is not achieved with the resuscitator, immediately revert to expired air ventilation (mouth-to-mouth, or mouth-to-nose).
  5. The correct ventilation frequency may vary. Please follow the current ventilationfrequency recommended by national or international guidelines.
  6. If the patient vomits during mask ventilation, immediately clear the patient’s airways of vomitus, then freely compress the bag a few times before resuming ventilation.
  7. Adult Version: The pressure limiting valve is open at 60 cmH2O.
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