This device is the current suggested means of ventilating a non-breathing scuba diving accident victim.
The oxygen line is hooked into a nipple on the mask, gas flow is started, and the rescuer performs mouth-to-pocket mask resuscitation.
At 6 L/min the oxygen delivered will be about 35 %. At 15L/min this procedure, with a good mask seal, will deliver about 50 % oxygen to the patient.
These units are used in conjunction with a small lone-way valve assembly that diverts the patient’s exhalation away from the rescuer.
The valve also contains a filter to minimize risk of disease transmission between rescuer and patient.
The valve assembly should be considered single-use.
Submerged CPR Mask with Pouch;
Semi open front design and loop white ball opener make mask case removal a one handed operation even when wearing gloves.
Made with 600denier cordura fabric
Hook and loop Closure
Belt loops to fit 50mm webbing or narrower
External 25mm Dee ring to clip to, or from Ball puller for easy opening
Brass eyelet drain hole
Open front design