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Air tight seal, regardless of facial hair, lack of dentition or facial trauma Single provider operation Impervious to atmosphere and temperature extremes One size fits all Fast, secure seal in seconds Easy to teach, learn and remember All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
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The NuMask Oropharyngeal Airway (OPA) Protects against damage with soft, rounded edges. Carry one and trim to size. All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
For the prepared First Responder Ultra-Compact Kit Easily fits in pocket Rugged zippered case Superior provider protection All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
NuMask CPR IOM® with One-way Valve/Filter Rescue breaths can be administered from multiple sides of the patient for life-saving flexibility in high risk or cramped conditions Transition in seconds Less compression interruption All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
“This is something all patrollers should have in their packs.” “For short-term ventilation, there isn’t a better product and the NuMask is smaller and lighter than standard facemasks.” “The grip with the NuMask is incredibly easy and comfortable to maintain, and bagging a patient by myself is no problem.” -Ben Dowdy B.S., NREMT-P, WALS, Paramedic/Tactical Medic, Instructor, Wilderness Medical Associates/Backcountry Rescue Institute, Richmond, KY All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc. -David H. Johe, M.D., Chairman of the National Ski Patrol Medical Advisory Committee -Ben Harris, EMT, CA “The NuMask is the perfect ventilatory device in Wilderness Medicine! I found that it is unaffected by temperature extremes and since it stays in the mouth, it is much easier/quicker to use and allows you to focus on ventilating during transport.” -Daniel Del Vecchio, RN, PNCCT, Calgary Search and Rescue Association, Calgary, CA
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OPERABILITY / DO YOU NEED THIS ITEM 1 2 3 4 5 SIZE / WEIGHT 1 2 3 4 5 ADJUSTMENTS / EASY 1 2 3 4 5 USE IN DARK 1 2 3 4 5 HANDS FREE 1 2 3 4 5 PACKAGING/ SHELVE LIFE 1 2 3 4 5 FUNCTION PERFORMANCE 1 2 3 4 5 SAFE 2 FLY 1 2 3 4 5 COTS (COMMERCIAL OFF THE SHELF) 1 2 3 4 5 TACTICAL 1 2 3 4 5 WATER PROOF 1 2 3 4 5 OVERALL PERFORMANCE 1 2 3 4 5 IMPACT RESISTANT / ROUGH HANDLING 1 2 3 4 5 PORTABILITY 1 2 3 4 5 SPEED 1 2 3 4 5 WEIGHT MASS 1 2 3 4 5 All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc. PRODUCT SURVEY / ITEM CHECKLIST VENDOR: __NuMASK_- CPR Kit___ BAD GOOD Survey conducted by: 17 AF Special Ops Surgical Team Medical Technicians Paramedics
Insert one NuMask flap under patient’s lip/cheek, but in front of the teeth All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
Insertion Complete Insert remaining NuMask flap under patient’s opposite cheek All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
Soft and flexible to reduce incidence of oral trauma May be trimmed to size as needed All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
Standard OPA insertion (insert and invert) OPA tabs rest just in front of teeth All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc. The IOM® is now inserted
OPA is visible through the translucent IOM OPA tabs fit in the base of the IOM All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
Side of patientHead of patient Memorize the following 2 Rules: Nose is pinched closed Fingers and hand completely (or almost!) surround and close the lips around the stem of NuMask Ventilate from Any Position All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
Common FacemaskNuMask® Large and Bulky1/10 th the size Many sizes requiredOne size FragileUltra-durable LeaksLeak-free Temperature sensitiveTemperature resistant 2 Rescuers1 Rescuer Worsens facial traumaProtects facial structures All Rights Reserved. © 2007-2011 NuMask®, Inc.
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