Performing CPR is a matter of life and breath.
Small package, big performance. Much smaller than traditional pocket CPR masks, NuMask snorkel-like intraoral seal and simple grip makes mouth-to-mask ventilation easier and more effective than anything else on the market.
A better grip on CPR. Traditional pocket CPR masks require a strong grip and pressure with both hands on the victims face to maintain a good seal. Facial hair and lack of dentation make a tight seal even harder. Our intraoral seal allows a single rescuer to easily obtain perfect seal with each and every breath, regardless of facial features.
Faster transitions saves lives. Traditionally the best results position for CPR rescue breaths is at the head of the victim. NuMask CPR masks can be used at the head and/or side of victim. Transitioning from head of victim to side of victim with each compression and ventilation cycle is no longer necessary. Thanks to NuMask, saving crucial time that can make the ultimate difference.
Withstands the elements. Without the inflated cushion common to traditional CPR masks, the NuMask IOM has a longer shelf life, is much more durable and is able to withstand atmospheric pressure (high altitude rescue/aviation transport/hyperbaric environments) and extreme temperature changes with ease.
Rescuer Protection. NuMask provides multiple barriers between you and the victims mouth, including increased physical distance as compared to conventional CPR techniques. The smooth flow one-way valve with its hydrophobic filter also allows maximum protection for both the rescuer and the victim.
A Clearly Better Mask. The IOM translucence and intraoral placement allow you to monitor victim inhalation and exhalation by observing fog in the mask stem. Vomitus and secretions can also be easily detected at a glance.
Dimensions: 1.5" H x 4.5" W x 2" D (packaged)
Weight: 1.3 oz
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As a retired firefighter/EMT i would have loved to have had a piece of equipment like this 20 years ago.
This is the BEST CPR mask I have seen for out of hospital use. (I am an emergency physician)