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Resusci Anne, also known as Rescue Anne, Resusci Annie, CPR Annie, Resuscitation Annie, or CPR Doll is a model of training manikin used for teaching cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to both emergency workers and members of the general public. Resusci Anne was developed by the Norwegian toy maker Asmund Laerdal and the Austrian-Czech physician Peter Safar and American physician James Elam, and is produced by the company Laerdal Medical.
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Using an AED on a Resusci Anne
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