Pocket Mask features demonstration
Laerdal is continuously developing CPR barrier solutions that protect and help both the patient and the rescuer. The introduction of the world's first folding Pocket Mask in 1969, marked the beginning of this journey. The Laerdal Pocket Mask's design, filter, and one-way valve make it a quality choice that provides protection during CPR.
The two-sided Technostat T-150(+) filter has low air resistance and high dust-holding capacity and filters out contaminants in the air being transferred between the rescuer and patient.
Additionally, it has been tested to a penetration of 1,8% @ 0.6 µm NACL unloaded.
Viral and bacterial filtration efficiency tests proved that 99.99% of aerosol particles were filtered at the mean particle size of 2.7 µm.1
Decreases risk of backflow or contamination during ventilation.
The Laerdal Pocket Mask is tested to withstand a minimum of 20 cleaning cycles without degradation or loss of performance. This durable product allows storage of up to 5 years before being used.
Being a reusable product reduces waste and saves both organizational and environmental resources in the long run.
Note: Image shows the Pocket Mask option without O2.
Making it easy to use2, transport, and store.
Helping rescuers to see patient’s lip color and identify the need to clear the airway if bodily fluids are present in the mask.
For use on an infant, the mask may be turned 1800 to achieve a better seal.