Adventure Medical CPR Face Shield - Refill

Adventure Medical CPR Face Shield - Refill
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CPR Face Shield - Refill

Includes 1 CPR Breathing Barrier

CPR Face Shield with mouth filter for protected mouth-to-mouth breathing includes illustrations printed directly on barrier to show placement on victim’s face as well as hand placement for head-tilt/chin-lift technique. For use with adults and children.


  • Helps Prevent Infectious Disease: Mouth filter to prevent coming in contact with victim’s fluids
  • Easy to Use: Illustrations on barrier to show proper placement of shield and proper hand location for head-tilt/chin-lift technique
  • Portable size: Keep Your First Aid Kit Light and Compact


  • Size: 4.3" x 0.5" x 5.5"
  • Weight: 0.04 lbs
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days
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Adventure Medical CPR Face Shield - Refill 0155-0262 ADVENTURE MEDICAL CPR FACE SHIELD
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