The Manniskin (CPR)

Did you know that woman experiencing cardiac arrest are less likely to receive CPR from bystanders which significantly impacts survival rates? Our goal is to close the gap in CPR training via realism and have developed The Manniskin to aid in starting various conversations around patient care.

For years, we have been training on male torsos with androgenous facial features but it’s time for change, development, diversity and inclusion. The realistic face is to encourage an emotional connection with the responder/bystander. The breasts normalise the female body and prompts conversations around hand placement, modesty, bra removal and the use of an AED.

This skin will fit over various Laerdal Little Anne CPR manikins – quickly and easily adding high-fidelity realism to old outdated manikins.