- Danny CPR Mk II which I have now had the use of for over 6 months.
- The manufacturer offered me a Danny, unit to evaluate,
- Price has not yet been set, but I. (I would expect to be in accordance with the unit's
high quality and function. This will not be a cheap training aid, but excellent value!
- I expect it to last at least as long as I do, although gross handling will shorten the
useful life span.
- Very easy to keep clean, with very little maintenance, some periodic lubrication is
- 85 Kg - distributed to human body proportions, representing a 6 foot male,
- No, comes complete with coverall, boots, practice mat and bag.
- Extremely life like in function, weight and feel. This is the ultimate, full sized,
realistic training aid. Danny's features include very accurate human anatomy, realistic
joint movement and weight. Multiple pulse points with accurate breathing and rib cage
- In use, I have discovered no major weaknesses. Danny's accurate weight may seem to be a
disadvantage but he can be easily moved using the 'Marche' system. The only other issue is
that unfortunately you can't buy Danny, due to the limited production run, although he is
Available for hire.
article in Edition 4 of focus on first aid
- CPR Prompt bag of 5 manikins. I chose blue as it is a-racial, they are quite
eye-catching also. I bought a pack of 5 in a shoulder bag
- Cost, and I liked the idea of '1 manikin per student'. You could let the students take
one home to practise
on. They are also very light to carry. Also virtually no infection risk. The manikins are
changeable between adult and child by a button
- About 2 Years
- Very no wipes needed
You just change the lung and mouth bags between each student, and with 1 manikin per
student you only need to change it at
the end of each course. You don't need wipes. You can even put the heads on the
- Very light (3.6lb) the bag of 5 is about the same as 1 little anne. Excellent for travel
and they all pack in 1 shoulder bag.
- Lungs are pence - same cost as wipes
- Cost, lightweight, acts as adult and child, infection risk is low. Chest compressions
are very similar to real life.
- They look like aliens, they take time to assemble, the airways are not very realistic,
can't pinch the nose. We had a supply problem and had to call on a friend to assist us
with annies, they are from the USA but supplied by 2 companies in the UK. They just didn't
have any in the UK.