How to use a CPR Mask

Place the mask over the patient’s nose and mouth with the narrow end over the nose.
Create an airtight seal by pressing the inflated bag tight to the skin.
Tilt the patient’s head back using the head-tilt chin lift maneuver to open the airway.
Give rescue breaths through the 1-way valve.



During CPR, the chest compressions can cause patients to vomit involuntarily. However, CPR pocket masks come with a one-way valve that prevents vomit, blood, and other body fluids from reaching your mouth, ensuring a safe and hygienic experience.

If you are putting together a travel or portable first aid kit, carrying a CPR mask may not be necessary. In such cases, a foldable plastic barrier sheet can be an excellent alternative as it occupies minimal space and serves the same purpose for a single use.

Medical professionals and individuals with fully-equipped house bags should consider carrying a CPR mask as it can be crucial in emergency situations.


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