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CPR VALVES - ONE WAY VALVES FOR CPR TRAINING

About CPRValve.com

CPR mask one-way valves are essential equipment for use in CPR training sessions to protect your students from potential exposure to infection. Unlike some masks on the market that permit the back-flow of expired air from the patient to the rescuer, our CPR valves do not allow air to flow back through the filter. Contrary to mouth-to-mouth contact in the absence of a valve, which does not create an airtight seal, our CPR valve provides a focused stream of air directly where the patient needs it.

Consequently, your training environment is more sanitary. This feature gives your students the confidence to practice on a manikin without fear of being exposed to a communal cocktail of germs that have collected in the manikin’s airway. Additionally, our CPR valves are completely latex-free, thus eliminating the potential of an allergic reaction on the part of either the patient or the emergency responder.

What Are CPR Valves Used For?

A pocket face mask is used to provide a safe CPR breathing barrier when a solitary rescuer is delivering mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to someone who requires CPR. These devices may be fitted with a disposable CPR one-way valve to protect the emergency responder from coming into contact with potentially infectious bodily materials from the patient, i.e., blood, vomit, saliva, etc.

The valve adds distance between the provider and the patient. This extra space makes it easier for the rescuer to keep an eye on the patient’s chest movements as well as skin and lip color.

Our CPR Valves Are Standardized and Approved by the FDA


Our CPR one-way valves are approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Universally sized to fit all brands of CPR masks that use the standard 2.2 cm (adult) an

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d 1.5 cm (infant) inside diameter masks, they are perfectly suitable for CPR training purposes. At less than $1 per unit, they are superb value. You can also try free samples and observe their value first-hand.

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Who Are Our Customers?


Our products are mainly used in the CPR training environment. Each student is issued with their own personal CPR breathing barrier, allowing a group of students to share a single mask. Our customers include schools, colleges, major companies, hospitals and dedicated CPR training schools.

Why Buy From Us?
We do one thing and one thing only: supply CPR valves. Because we focus all our energy on this one area, all aspects of our business are tuned to provide you with a first class product at a low price and deliver top notch customer service.

Keeping it Sanitary in CPR Classes


CPR classes can be transformative. With an eager audience and passionate, purposeful instructor, a CPR course can eventually help save lives. The class can be fun, fascinating, inspiring, enlightening & informative, all at once. And also unsanitary. Wow, that was kind of a downer! But CPR classes do present some unique challenges, in terms of maintaining a sterile & clean setting. For each high-level concept, there’s also a high chance of transmitting germs and disease.

However, there are a few things a CPR instructor can do to keep the classroom as sanitary as possible. The trick is to make the environment clean, without spending endless hours in preparation. A CPR class doesn’t have to mimic a hospital or even a manufacturing “clean room,” where workers wear shoe coverings, jackets, mouth protectors and goggles. There’s a simpler way to keep a CPR class sanitary, and it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!

1) Have everybody wash their hands prior to doing any work with the manikin. Disease and germs are easily transmitted by hands, and this will eliminate pesky bacteria right off that bat.

2) Provide hand sanitizers (pumps, wall units, etc.) in your classroom. Aside from the old-fashioned soap and warm water, these can kill up to 99% of germs and bacteria.

3) Use a CPR valve and mask. A valve is simple, disposable and also prevents backflow. An effective CPR mask is also useful, especially when used in tandem with a valve.

Beyond these steps, it helps to regularly clean your classroom. Again, it doesn’t have to be clinical or hospital-clean, but reasonable enough to tell your students, “I feel pretty comfortable learning CPR in this area.”

Keeping a CPR training area sterile can be a challenge. That’s why CPRValve.com is a smart & affordable solution for your training needs. If you run a CPR instruction business or are involved with extensive training (on-site or in the office), our valves give you superior one-way directional air flow and a high-quality, durable design. Our excellent prices are also attractive. We handle small firms and large businesses, and we’ll be able to help you as well.


Cardiac Arrest 

Because cardiac arrest and heart attacks are commonly used to describe medical emergencies, there is a certain level of confusion between the two terms. Some people may think a heart attack is actually cardiac arrest, others believe that cardiac arrest is a heart attack, and still more people consider the two interchangeable.

CPR instructors, nurses, doctors and other medical personnel know the difference, but that doesn’t mean the knowledge is off-limits to the rest of us. In fact, realizing the distinction between cardiac arrest and a heart attack could help save lives!

Let’s go over some basic facts; once you realize the causes of each emergency, it all falls into place.

#1 – Cardiac arrest is an electrical issue with the heart, and a heart attack is a circulation problem. Cardiac arrest happens when the heart’s electrical system malfunctions to cause an irregular heartbeat (or arrhythmia). Consequently, there is no blood transported to the lungs, brain and other organs. A heart attack is caused by a main artery (or arteries) closing (partially or wholly), preventing blood flow to the heart, lungs and other organs.

#2 – CPR is used to help victims of cardiac arrest, not a heart attack. CPR can help maintain blood flow to those essential organs until professional medical assistance arrives. For heart attacks, it’s best to call 9-1-1 for EMTs and other properly trained personnel.

#3 – Here’s a crucial non-difference: in either case, prompt action can help save someone’s life! Whether it’s performing CPR or contacting emergency responders, time is of the essence.

CPRValve.com is a leading provider of CPR training valves for organizations across the United States. Our valves are used in simulated training exercises in hospitals, clinics, on-site CPR classes and elsewhere. What makes our valves stand out is their quality design and one-way directional air flow. And here’s something else you’ll like: great prices that can help you invest hard-earned money elsewhere in your CPR training business!

For more information about our CPR valves, please visit our contact page or call us at (888) CPR-6622. Our friendly customer services representatives are ready to help with any questions or concerns. CPR training students enjoy our valves’ simple and innovative features. They’re simply a superior alternative to bulky sheet-style face shields.

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