The smart way to teach CPR online
COVID-19 has changed the way CPR training is delivered. Anniewhere enables you to teach CPR skills remotely (online/ virtually) and in classrooms with real-time objective feedback.
CPR training for large groups | Reusable and hygienic for multiple users | Easy to store and transport
Most out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen at home, and 37% are witnessed by a bystander.1 Yet only about 10% of these victims survive.2 This is the reason we created Mini Anne Plus, which includes everything needed to teach a bystander CPR course in one convenient, portable, and reusable kit. Open the bag and start your training in no time.
Mini Anne Plus has proven to efficiently deliver quality CPR training for large groups and classroom settings, with millions of students trained globally.
Easy to teach, easy to learn
Effective, realistic learning
With ten manikins in each kit, learners increase their hands-on time by practicing with their own manikins. A built-in clicker confirms Guidelines-compliant compression depth. Realistic features include head tilt/chin lift, visible chest rise, and proper anatomical landmarks.
Hygienic and clean
Fast, easy and clean – the Mini Anne Plus Kit comes with face wipes and replaceable lungs, which can be changed between classes.
Set up classes in minutes. The Mini Anne Plus Kit comes with training mats and an innovative pump bag, allowing students to inflate their own manikins.
Ready for 600+ training sessions
Less than a dollar
Use Mini Anne Plus in over 600 training sessions, and the average cost is less than one dollar per student trained.
Buy new face wipes and lungs from our online shop. You can also buy a single manikin if one needs to be replaced, or if you need to expand your classroom kit.
Designed precisely for educational environments, the American Heart Association's CPR in Schools Training Kit™ enables students to learn the lifesaving skills of CPR in just one class period. The kit contains everything needed to train 10-20 people at once, and it can be facilitated by anyone.
Alex learned CPR at school as part of the British Heart Foundations Nation of Lifesavers campaign.
Several months later he collapsed, and CPR was performed on him in the school gym. The teachers' and staffs' fast actions and knowledge helped save his life.
A national initiative to increase bystander CPR in Denmark resulted in a significant increase in survival from cardiac arrest. The initiative focused on community CPR and improved resuscitation and dispatcher guidelines.
Increase in bystander CPR
Increase in victims arriving alive at hospital
More patients alive after 30 days
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Provide students with the necessary tools to learn the lifesaving skills of CPR.
6 rolls of 36 each. Disposable face shields with a low-resistance filter.
Improving bystander CPR training with quality CPR feedback, efficiency, and learner engagement.
Age-specific CPR training manikins with a wheeled carry case for ease of transport and storage.
(1) Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics—2018 Update: A Report From the American Heart Association. Circulation, November 2018. p. e356