The Baby Anne was developed to provide effective infant CPR training without compromising realism or quality of chest compressions and ventilation. The convenient packaging of four Baby Anne manikins makes hands-on practice affordable for every student.
Educationally effective by offering all the essential features necessary for learning infant CPR
Affordability allows increased hands-on practice
Realistic chest compressions and chest rise allow students to learn proper techniques
Logistically convenient lightweight and portable 4-pack weighs under 12.1 lb. making Baby Anne easy to transport
Practical because it is inexpensive and easy to maintain
Durable construction allows unequalled long-term use
Oral and nasal passages allow realistic nose pinch required for mouth-to-nose ventilation
Natural obstruction of the airway allows students to learn the important technique of opening the airway
Airway closes during flection and extension of the neck
Head tilt/chin lift and jaw thrust allow students to practice correctly all maneuvers necessary when resuscitating a real patient
Realistic chest compliance means students can experience the proper technique required for chest compressions on infants
Foreign-body airway obstruction feature allows the release of a foreign-body obstruction to be practiced through back blows and chest-thrust techniques
Economical disposable airways for quick and easy clean up
Removable and reusable faces for convenient and affordable maintenance
Medical Technologies | Biomedical Services & Medical Equipment
Medical Technologies was established in 1989 to meet the growing need for professional Biomedical Engineering Services in the private healthcare environment in Western Australia.
Our company soon established a reputation for engineering excellence and outstanding customer service. In 1991 Medical Technologies entered a strategic relationship with Hewlett Packard Healthcare and in the ensuing years undertook the installation of high acuity Merlin monitoring systems and cardiac colour Doppler ultrasound systems in the majority of tertiary hospitals in Western Australia.
This relationship has continued to the current day with Medical Technologies maintaining the distributorship for Philips Healthcare, the successor of H.P. Healthcare. In our third decade, Medical Technologies has grown to become the largest private and most reputable Biomedical Engineering Service provider in Western Australia, offering Whole of Hospital Asset Care Programs to the majority of private hospitals, short stay surgical units and clinics as well as Support Services to Tertiary Hospital Biomedical Departments. The expertise of our technical team is recognized by several Multinational Vendors of medical and scientific equipment, who have enlisted Medical Technologies as their exclusive authorized service provider in both the West Australian healthcare environment and in the Australia/New Zealand region.
Today, we are proud of our reputation as a quality supplier of a range of premium specialist medical and healthcare technology equipment together with our technical and consultancy services throughout the Austral-Asian region.