The artificial lungs can be placed inside the chest cavity of the Brayden Manikin and attached to the airway valve that forms the “throat” of the manikin.
During CPR, the air students provide to the manikin filters through the lungs and causes the chest to rise, effectively simulating the breathing of a patient receiving CPR. Once filtered through the lungs, the air exits through the back of the manikin’s head, so students never come into contact with exhaled air and the risk of cross contamination is reduced.
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