Cleaning instructions

Instructions for maintenance and sanitation

1. All manikins must be cleaned every month.

a) Little/Junior Anne
Monthly cleaning of the head, torso including inside the chest, chest skin, and lung replacement is recommended. It is also good practice to do this before and after an intensive NPLQ course. These should be washed with a luke warm soapy solution and then rinsed with a clean damp cloth.

b) Baby Anne
Monthly cleaning of the head, body, overalls and carrying bag is recommended. Hard plastic parts should be wiped clean with warm water and soap, and then a rinse wipe with a clean damp cloth. Fabric-body should be cleaned with a damp cloth only, using soap if necessary. Take care not to expose the fabric body to excessive moisture, as this may penetrate the fabric and soak the manikin's stuffing. The overalls with the rib plate should be hand- or machine washed with soap or laundry detergent in warm water, max. 40°C (100°F). Please note that hot air dryer may cause garment shrinkage.

2. All manikin lungs must be changed every month. Face should only be replaced when there is damage to the face around the mouth or nose.

a) Little/Junior Anne
To remove Face and Lung
1. Detach manikin face at each ear.
2. Lift manikin face off valve coupling.
3. Remove jaw from posts in head.
4. Remove valve.
5. Open chest cover.
6. Remove used airway and dispose.

To install Lung
1. Lay lung flat on torso and attach the hook.
2. Snap airway valve onto jaw.
3. Re-attach jaw to posts in head
4. Fasten chest cover onto the four retainers.
5. Push face coupling into airway valve
6. Fasten face onto retainers at each ear

b) Baby Anne
To Change Face and Lung
1. Open the chest cover.
2. Remove face mask by unhooking the mask from the 2 pegs at the back of the skull.
3. Install an airway by pressing the airway tubing onto the face connector. Align the lung with the face mask.
4. Reinstall the face mask/ airway assembly. Guide the pins on the jaw into the matching slots in the skull.
5. Position the lung into the chest cavity. Make sure the airway tubing is not bent or kinked. Close the chest cover.

Resus Anne's Cleaning

Resus Anne Cleaning
Adult 1

Disinfected

Lunges changed

Once changed, permanent mark the date of the new on the lung

Faces disinfected

Adult 2

Disinfected

Lunges changed

Once changed, permanent mark the date of the new on the lung

Faces disinfected

Adult 3

Disinfected

Lunges changed

Once changed, permanent mark the date of the new on the lung

Faces disinfected

Adult 4

Disinfected

Lunges changed

Once changed, permanent mark the date of the new on the lung

Faces disinfected

Adult 5

Disinfected

Lunges changed

Once changed, permanent mark the date of the new on the lung

Faces disinfected

Adult 6

Disinfected

Lunges changed

Once changed, permanent mark the date of the new on the lung

Faces disinfected

Child 1

Disinfected

Lunges changed

Once changed, permanent mark the date of the new on the lung

Faces disinfected

Child 2

Disinfected

Lunges changed

Once changed, permanent mark the date of the new on the lung

Faces disinfected

Baby 1

Disinfected

Lunges changed

Once changed, permanent mark the date of the new on the lung

Faces disinfected

Baby 2

Disinfected

Lunges changed

Once changed, permanent mark the date of the new on the lung

Faces disinfected

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Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.