Brayden Baby Pro is now available and closely resembles the Brayden Baby Advanced in appearance which allows flexibility of training but with additional capability. Both infant manikins also use the same consumables which keeps the costs down. The Brayden Baby Pro provides comprehensive objective/numeric information of infant CPR performance and is designed to connect with the free iPad iOS App (Brayden Online Standard) as well as other subscription based iOS Brayden Online options.

The Brayden Baby Pro manikin provides numbers (objective data) when this is needed to validate infant CPR performance. Its flexibility in use with the recently introduced Brayden Online product range and added features for scenario use makes it the ideal choice for training infant CPR in the hospital and pre-hospital setting.

Features

Provides unique intuitive real-time ventilation feedback using lights and sound. Brayden Baby Pro also provides additional real-time feedback via Brayden Online.

Correct chest compression technique (depth, rate, recoil and finger/thumb position) using lights on the manikin. Brayden Baby Pro also provides additional real-time feedback via Brayden Online.

Easy to use and intuitive debrief of infant BLS performance provided via Brayden Online.

A: + and – allows ventilation feedback to be audio and/or lights.

B: Scenario button switches on brachial pulse.

The brachial pulse function can be used for infant BLS scenarios when required.

Brayden Baby Pro joins Brayden Pro (adult) working with Brayden Online Standard.

Training Menu



This menu provides training options for infant resuscitation skills practice and assessment. There are six options to choose from:

  1. Chest Compressions Only Practice: This option allows chest compressions to be practiced with real-time feedback provided on the tablet screen (and manikin) to help optimise performance. A full debrief is provided when completed.

  2. Ventilation Only Practice: This option allows ventilations to be practiced with real-time feedback provided on the tablet screen (and manikin) to help optimise performance. This is ideal for respiratory arrest scenarios. A full debrief is provided when completed.

  3. 30:2 Infant CPR (AHA) Practice: This option combines compressions and ventilations in accordance with the AHA algorithm with full real-time feedback and provides a full debrief when completed to optimise performance.

  4. 30:2 Infant CPR (AHA) Assessment: This option records the performance of the student but with no real-time feedback on the screen or the manikin. A full debrief is provided when completed.

  5. 5, 15:2 Infant CPR (ERC) Practice: This option combines compressions and ventilations in accordance with the ERC algorithm (including 5 initial rescue ventilations) with full real-time feedback and a full debrief to help optimise performance.

  6. 5, 15:2 Infant CPR (ERC) Assessment: This option records the performance of the student but with no real-time feedback on the screen or the manikin. A full debrief provided when completed (including the 5 initial rescue ventilations)
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Compression Only Training

This screen allows students to see how well they are performing CPR in real-time. This is in addition to the feedback provided by the manikin lights.

Presented below are brief descriptions for each metric:

  1. No. of Compressions

    Records the number of compressions performed.


  2. Cycle

    Records the number of cycles performed (when in ERC or AHA practice mode)


  3. CPR Event Period

    Records the elapsed time for the training event.


  4. Compression Depth and Rate Indicator

    Guides the student to perform compressions at the correct depth, rate (speed) and with the correct recoil between compressions. Also provides "hands off" time when compressions are not being performed.


  5. Compression Depth and Rate Matrix

    Allows all chest compressions per cycle to be viewed to help encourage consistent and correct compression technique.


  6. Finger Position

    Provides real-time feed-back of fingers (or thumbs) position and provides an indication (red light) when the finger position is incorrect.

Shallow

Deep

Slow

Fast

Comp. depth * Comp. rate / in overall

Comp. depth * Comp. rate / in time

No. of Compressions

Cycle

CPR Event Period

CPR Training

Finger position

Ventilation Volume

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Start

Do 5 rescue ventilations followed by 3 cycles of CPR
(15:2)
Press the start button to begin, finish to end.

Assessment CPR : ERC


When this option is selected, the student is asked to perform 5 rescue ventilations and then 3 cycles of infant CPR with the algorithm of 15 compressions to 2 ventilations (15:2).

No real-time feedback is provided during the assessment period, via the app or the manikin.

Upon completion of the assessment, the app provides full debrief information for the student to review.
Poor Recoil / Too Shallow
Rate: 100 - 120 cpm | Depth: 1/3 AP
Too Slow
Rate: 100 cpm | Depth: 1/3 AP
Rate: 100 - 120 cpm | Depth: 1/3 AP
Too Deep
Rate: 120 cpm | Depth: 1/3 AP
Too Fast
Perfect Depth and Rate
Rate: 100 - 120 cpm | Depth: 1/3 AP = (Anterior, Posterior Depth of Infant Chest)

The Brayden Online app provides real-time feedback of chest compression performance according to the guidelines. The Brayden Baby Pro manikin provides a realistic chest resistance appropriate for a six month infant. Key information relating to the chest compression depth, rate and release (recoil) are presented to allow the student to perfect their technique. The manikin and the app can be used for infant CPR (1 person or 2 person) or compression only training.

Values based on European Resuscitation Council guidelines

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Good Ventilation Technique
Provides real-time feedback of correct ventilation
20 - 40ml

In addition to the lights, and audio feedback, the app also provides the following real-time feedback.
Over Ventilating
Provides real-time feedback of over ventilation
40ml
Speed of Delivery
Provides real-time feedback of ventilation speed of delivery. If too fast ( 1s), the above is shown on the app
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Under Ventilating
Provides real-time feedback of under ventilation
20ml
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Compression Matrix
The Chest Compression Matrix provided by the Brayden Online app works in conjunction with the Chest Compression Indicator and is provided in real-time.

This easy to interpret display helps students modulate their compressions so they hit the 'sweet spot' with the correct compression depth, rate and release (recoil).

Shallow

Slow

Fast

Deep

Replay Animation
Finger (Thumbs) Positioning
The Brayden Online app provides real-time feedback of correct finger (or thumbs) position on the manikin chest. When correct (centre of the chest and 1 finger width above the Xiphisternum) a green dot will appear, when incorrect, a red dot will appear on the app.
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Start

Do 3 cycles of CPR
(30:2)
Press the start button to begin, finish to end.

Assessment CPR : AHA


When this option is selected, the student is asked to perform 3 cycles of infant CPR with an algorithm of 30 compressions to 2 ventilations (30:2)

No real-time feedback is provided during the assessment period, via the app or the manikin.

Upon completion of the assessment, the app provides full debrief information for the student to review.
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Ventilation Only Training

This screen allows students to see how well they are performing CPR in real-time. This is in addition to the feedback provided by the manikin lights.

Presented below are brief descriptions for each metric:

  1. CPR Event Period

    Records the elapsed time for the training event.


  2. Ventilation Volume and Speed

    Provides real-time feedback of ventilation performance with regard to the correct volume of air delivered and the speed of delivery.

Comp. depth * Comp. rate / in overall

Comp. depth * Comp. rate / in time

No. of Compressions

Cycle

CPR Event Period

CPR Training

Finger position

Ventilation Volume

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Compression & Ventilation Training - AHA

This screen allows students to see how well they are performing CPR in real-time. This is in addition to the feedback provided by the manikin lights.

Presented below are brief descriptions for each metric:

  1. No. of Compressions

    Records the number of compressions performed.


  2. Cycle

    Records the number of cycles performed (when in ERC or AHA practice mode)


  3. CPR Event Period

    Records the elapsed time for the training event.


  4. Compression Depth and Rate Indicator

    Guides the student to perform compressions at the correct depth, rate (speed) and with the correct recoil between compressions. Also provides "hands off" time when compressions are not being performed.


  5. Ventilation Volume and Speed

    Provides real-time feedback of ventilation performance with regard to the correct volume of air delivered and the speed of delivery.


  6. Compression Depth and Rate Matrix

    Allows all chest compressions per cycle to be viewed to help encourage consistent and correct compression technique.


  7. Finger Position

    Provides real-time feed-back of fingers (or thumbs) position and provides an indication (red light) when the finger position is incorrect.

Shallow

Deep

Slow

Fast

Comp. depth * Comp. rate / in overall

Comp. depth * Comp. rate / in time

No. of Compressions

Cycle

CPR Event Period

CPR Training

Finger position

Ventilation Volume

Start Training

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Compression & Ventilation Training - ERC

This screen allows students to see how well they are performing CPR in real-time. This is in addition to the feedback provided by the manikin lights.

This mode includes the 5 initial ventilations at the start of the event.

Presented below are brief descriptions for each metric:

  1. No. of Compressions

    Records the number of compressions performed.


  2. Cycle

    Records the number of cycles performed (when in ERC or AHA practice mode)


  3. CPR Event Period

    Records the elapsed time for the training event.


  4. Compression Depth and Rate Indicator

    Guides the student to perform compressions at the correct depth, rate (speed) and with the correct recoil between compressions. Also provides "hands off" time when compressions are not being performed.


  5. Ventilation Volume and Speed

    Provides real-time feedback of ventilation performance with regard to the correct volume of air delivered and the speed of delivery.


  6. Compression Depth and Rate Matrix

    Allows all chest compressions per cycle to be viewed to help encourage consistent and correct compression technique.


  7. Finger Position

    Provides real-time feed-back of fingers (or thumbs) position and provides an indication (red light) when the finger position is incorrect.

Shallow

Deep

Slow

Fast

Comp. depth * Comp. rate / in overall

Comp. depth * Comp. rate / in time

No. of Compressions

Cycle

CPR Event Period

CPR Training

Finger position

Ventilation Volume

Start Training

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Brayden Baby Pro, working with Brayden Online, allows multiple Practice and Assessment options. These cater for the AHA infant BLS algorithm (30:2) as well as the ERC infant BLS algorithm (5 rescue breaths, 15:2).

Comprehensive objective/numeric information is provided by Brayden Online and enables all relevant infant CPR parameters to be assessed.

AHA Infant BLS Algorithm

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30 Chest Compressions

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2 Ventilations

Click the headings on the tablet to cycle through different results screens:
Summary / By CPR Metric Criteria / By Cycle

Spider Debrief Screen
Provides an overall numeric score. Also depicts an easy to understand, pictorial summary of each CPR metric measuring against a theoretical perfect score to help highlight improvement needs.
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Summary Screen
Provides relevant debrief information (mean values etc) of the key CPR metrics. Includes seperate data for the 5 initial rescue ventilations (ERC algorithm).

Switch Between Menus

CPR Metric Criteria Screen
Provides relevant debrief information (percentages) for each key CPR metric. Allows performance of each CPR metric to be reviewed in accordance with Guideline acceptable ranges and highlights performance outside the acceptable range.
By Cycle
Provides relevant debrief information (by individual cycle) for each key CPR metric. Allows multiple cycles to be reviewed quickly and easily. Variations in performance can easily be identified.

ERC Infant BLS Algorithm

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5 Rescue Ventilations

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15 Chest Compressions

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2 Ventilations