PRESTAN Professional Infant Manikin
The CPR Rate Monitor lights on my infant manikin are not working properly.
1. Make sure you are compressing fully, you should hear the clicker when fully compressed.
2. Ensure two AA batteries are installed in the battery compartment of the monitor unit located in the diaper area.
3. The LED monitor may be malfunctioning. Contact your distributor or PRESTAN for a replacement monitor.
The diaper area of my Infant Manikin bubbles up when I give compressions.
Remove the diaper section and tuck in all skin sections. Reattach the diaper section pushing down on the unit as much as possible and continue holding down while screwing in the screws.
How do you replace the batteries?
The compartment for the batteries is located under the “diaper area” of the manikin. Open the cover to the CPR Rate Monitor by using a small flat-edged screwdriver in the slots on sides and gently lifting. Remove the CPR Rate Monitor unit from the well. Squeeze the tabbed area to open the battery compartment and replace the batteries. Once the batteries are replaced, snap the lid back into place, return the CPR Rate Monitor unit to the well and snap the diaper cover back into place.
I have a 4-Pack of Infant Manikins. What is the proper way to pack them into the carry bag?
Please refer to the PRESTAN Professional Manikin Repacking Help Guide in the PRESTAN Resource Center
It is too hard to do compressions on my Infant Manikin with 2 fingers. How can I adjust this?
We strive to make the PRESTAN Professional Infant Manikins as similar to real-life as possible for CPR purposes. The density of the chest foam used for our manikins will vary slightly as it would with a real infant. If you are experiencing difficulties with two-finger compressions, you may want to consider the two-thumb method.
How do I change the batteries in the Infant Manikin?
The batteries power the CPR Rate Monitor, which is located under the cover on the front of the diaper area. Use a flathead screwdriver in the slots on the sides of the cover to easily wedge/pop it out. Then slide out the monitor. The battery replacement door is marked on the monitor and takes 2 AA batteries.