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The difference between adult human torso model and child human torso model
Children's human torso model is mainly used in kindergartens, schools, communities, and other occasions where children's first aid accidents are frequent, and they are regularly trained in first aid. In daily life, the main cause of children's cardiac arrest is that the trachea is blocked, leading to more cardiac arrests, followed by drowning and choking. What should I pay more attention to in the process of CPR for children? The difference between the human torso model for children and the human torso model for adults is mainly the frequency of breathing and the size of the heart of children. Children's breathing rate is generally faster than that of adults. Therefore, when CPR is performed by a single person, it is the same as that of adults (30:2). For two or more people, CPR is performed with 15 heart compressions and 2 artificial respirations (15:2).
The difference in CPR techniques lies in the fact that small babies embrace and press with two palms or press with two fingers. Older children can press with one palm or press with both palms. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation for children over 8 years old is similar to that for adults. Adult human torso model: Regardless of whether it is a single or double CPR, 30 heart compressions and 2 artificial respirations (30:2).
There is a certain difference between the child human torso model and the adult human torso model, and the adult human torso model cannot be used for training. Now it is possible to use a special child human torso model for cardiopulmonary resuscitation exercises. The advanced human torso model has a built-in automatic airway switch. This lightweight human torso model is filled with foam and has no fragile parts inside. Completely disposable airway system with airway interception, separate mouth/nose clamp, and non-repetitive breathing valve.