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  1. Water Rescue Manikins

  2. Developed byJack McNeffSimulaids

  3. Care and Usage Top Water Rescue: • The adult Water Rescue manikin is designed for water safety programs. • The manikin takes on weight by filling with water through Small holes in the legs and arms. The manikin’s torso may be filled with water by opening the valve located on the shoulder. • When the manikin is filled it will sink to around mouth level. • Add 5 to 10 lbs of weight in the stomach area manikin will sink to bottom. We strongly ly r recommended that a flotation device and/or tether be affixed to the manikin in those situations where where loss is possible Storage: • Drain the Adult Water Rescue manikin after each use. Store the • manikin at room temperature. If the manikin is stored in cold temperatures the vinyl may stiffen. It will return to normal flexibility when it is returned to a warmer temperature

  4. Adult and Adolescent Adult and adolescent models can be purchased With or without CPR capabilities. These Manikins make possible complete training scenarios from Recovery, CPR and Oxygen therapy.

  5. Adult Manikin Specifications • · Manikin weight- approximately 40 lbs. • · Manikin submerged weight – approximately 105lbs. • · Can be additionally weighted to reach a submerged weight of 140lbs.

  6. Adolescent Manikin Specifications • · Manikin weight- approximately 20 lbs. • · Manikin submerged weight – approximately 50lbs.

  7. Adult

  8. Adult

  9. Pediatric Water Rescue Used by American Red Cross, US Coast Guard, Sheriff’s Department, Lifeguard Trainers, and Emergency Personnel these manikins are excellent top and bottom water rescue devices for adding the shock of realism to an otherwise ordinary practice procedure. They have a one-piece hollow body construction and are not offered with CPR options. Fill them with water and they simulate the weight of a real baby

  10. Pediatric

  11. Lifesaving Resources Inc.P.O. Box 905Harrisvile, NH 03450Telephone(603) 827-4139FAX(603) 827-4134Email Gerald M. Dworkin - admin@lifesaving.comDonna J. Ahearn - donna@lifesaving.com