Faq - Act+Fast Children's Trainer
Act+Fast introduces the new children’s anti-choking trainer, designed for children ages 5-11 and adults who want to keep children safe. Order yours today!
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This Trainer has been designed for children ages 5-11. There have been documented cases of kids as young as 5-years-of-age successfully performing the Abdominal Thrust Maneuver and saving lives. It can also be used by adults, with a child wearing the Trainer, or for practice on a manikin.
Yes. If you lose them and need to replace them, they can be ordered separately.
It is very durable, made of high quality neoprene (wet-suit material), and should last many years with frequent use.
Simply remove the PVC bladder and airway assembly, and hand-wash the neoprene vest using a mild detergent. Hang to air dry.
Yes, there is a full 1 year warranty. If you have a problem, you may contact us at warranty@actfastmed.com.
You may email our customer service department at: Info@actfastchildren.com
Abdominal thrusts should be given upward quickly without force in the area above the navel and below the ribcage to expel the object so the person can breathe. Each thrust should be given separately and distinctly. It is important not to squeeze the ribcage when giving abdominal thrusts; this will lessen the likelihood of injury to the chest and ribcage. Proper technique is more important than using force. Using force may cause injury. The Act+Fast Children’s Trainer allows you to practice the proper technique to release the foam plug (Foreign object), in a safe but realistic training simulation.
Abdominal Thrusts, even when performed correctly, can cause injury. A foreign object can cause damage that may cause the airway to swell and restrict breathing. This may not happen quickly and may occur over a period of time. For those reasons, a person who has choked, or has been given abdominal thrusts, should be evaluated by a medical professional as soon as possible.