Aspirator Resuscitator Lamb/Kid Mini Kit : 6.6-22lb



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The McCulloch Medical Constant Delivery Resuscitators have been developed, tested and proven globally over 16 years for use with newborn animals in respiratory arrest or having difficulty breathing. Ideal for use with animals requiring resuscitation in post-trauma, drowning or smoke-inhalation status.  Color of carrying bag may vary

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The McCulloch Medical™ Constant Delivery™ Lamb/Kid/Alpaca/Cria/Miniature Foal Aspirator/Resuscitator Kit includes:
-Performance-tested Resuscitator
-Resuscitator Mask
-Aspirator Mask
-Carrying Case
-2 year warranty

One person can operate the McCulloch Medical™ Aspirator/Resuscitator using a simple push/pull action. Valves at each end do all the work. On the wide end there are two one-way induction valves for aspiration. On the narrow end there is one two-way valve for resuscitation.


-Attach the aspirator mask on the wide end and place over the muzzle.
-One-way induction valves draw air in on the out-stroke.
-A vacuum is created when the unit is pumped to remove mucus or fluids that may be blocking the airway.
-Tilt head back to open airway.
-Four or five pumps will draw the mucus or fluids into the aspirator mask.
-Remove the aspirator mask from the pump and follow resuscitation instructions.


-Attach the resuscitator mask to the small end of the unit and place over the muzzle.
-The one-way valve will induct air into the unit on the out-stroke and drive it down through the two-way valve into the lungs on the in-stroke.
-The two-way valve then opens and allows oxygen-depleted air to escape to the side and NOT reintroduce oxygen-depleted air.
-Resuscitator should be pumped every 5 to 10 seconds.
-Breathing should be stimulated with as few as 5 to 10 pumps. Check for breathing every few pumps.
-If not breathing after 4 to 5 pumps, turn the lamb over and repeat. This will allow the lung previously closer to the ground and weighed-down by internal organs to inflate more easily.
-Continue while heartbeat remains.