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Steroplast Resuscitation CPR Pocket Face Mask

Steroplast Resuscitation CPR Pocket Face Mask

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Highly efficient, single-use CPR pocket face mask with a one-way valve and protective clamshell case, ensuring safe resuscitation for both adults and children.


Confident and proactive resuscitation with Steroplast's protective CPR mask.

In the critical moments of a cardiac emergency, the Steroplast CPR Pocket Face Mask stands as an indispensable ally, ensuring that life-saving resuscitation can be administered promptly and safely. Designed for single use, the mask incorporates a one-way valve to prevent cross-infection, providing peace of mind for both the rescuer and the casualty. With the knowledge that timely initiation of CPR is essential — failure to act within two minutes can prove fatal — this device allows first responders to concentrate solely on the urgent task at hand.

The Steroplast Pocket Mask is engineered to act as a robust barrier, mitigating the risks of transmissible infections such as HIV and hepatitis B and eliminating concerns over blood or vomit contamination. Crafted to mould seamlessly with the casualty's face, it assures efficient breath delivery without direct mouth-to-mouth contact. Housed in a protective clamshell case, this vital component of any first aid kit is readily available for quick deployment, making it a critical tool for first aiders and medical professionals to carry out safe and effective CPR.

14 Reasons to Choose the CPR Pocket Mask

  • Versatile use: Suitable for both adults and children, ensuring broad application.
  • Infection control: Features a one-way valve to prevent reverse airflow and cross-contamination.
  • Effective seal: Soft edge design provides a snug fit around the mouth, enhancing CPR effectiveness.
  • Durable storage: Comes in a hard-wearing clamshell case, safeguarding against damage and contamination.
  • Comprehensive protection: Offers full coverage of the mouth and face, guarding against infection transmission.
  • Easy to carry: With compact dimensions of 14cm x 11cm x 4.5cm, it's designed for portability and easy storage.
  • Enhanced CPR performance: Improves CPR precision and control while ensuring the airway remains unobstructed.
  • Precision breath delivery: The valve system allows breaths to be given with accuracy.
  • Essential for emergency response: An ideal choice for first aiders and responders.
  • Additional safety features: Equipped with a membrane to further prevent cross-infection.
  • Oxygen inlet: Allows for the connection to an oxygen source, enhancing resuscitation (oxygen cylinder not supplied).
  • Maintenance: Replacement valves are available for extended utility.
  • Secure and clean: The white clamshell case provides robust protection and cleanliness.
  • Designed for safety: Acts as a barrier between the rescuer and casualty, with no risk of blowback.

Where is the CPR Pocket Face Mask Used

The Steroplast CPR Pocket Face Mask is designed for swift deployment in pre-hospital settings to support patients experiencing respiratory failure or cardiac arrest. Its compact size and portability make it an essential addition to:

  • First Aid Kits: A must-have for comprehensive first aid preparedness, be it at home, work, or in public spaces.
  • Emergency Responders: Ideal for paramedics, police, and firefighters who are often first at the scene.
  • Healthcare Facilities: An invaluable tool for staff in hospitals, clinics, and care homes.
  • Public Venues: Equipped in places where large numbers of people gather, such as sports arenas, airports, and schools.
  • Personal Carry: For individuals, especially those caring for persons with known heart conditions or the elderly, ensuring immediate assistance is at hand.

How to use the CPR Pocket Face Mask

  1. Prepare the Casualty: Tilt the casualty's head back to open their airway.
  2. Position the Mask: Place the mask on the patient’s face, using the thumbs of both hands to secure its position.
  3. Secure the Jaw: Use your fingers to lift the angle of the patient’s jaw into the mask.
  4. Ensure a Tight Seal: Press down on the mask with a firm grip to create an airtight seal against the face.
  5. Begin Resuscitation: Blow into the inlet to deliver breaths, observing the chest for a rise to confirm airflow.
  6. Measured Breathing: Administer each breath over the course of approximately 1 second, avoiding over-inflation of the lungs.
  7. Adjust as Necessary: If you detect air leaks, readjust your grip to ensure the mask maintains a tight seal.

Be cautious not to blow too forcefully to prevent air from entering the stomach, which could lead to regurgitation or vomiting. Each breath should be gentle and just enough to see the chest rise and fall.

When to Seek Medical Assistance

If someone goes into cardiac arrest, the first thing you should do is call 999 and request an ambulance. CPR is the first vital step in saving someone in cardiac arrest, but the only way to get their heart beating normally again is to use a defibrillator. The call handler will be able to direct you to the closest defibrillator and send paramedics your way as quickly as possible. 

Product Specifications

Specification Details

Single-use, with available replacement valves

Suitable For

Adults and Children

Valve Type


Case Dimensions

14cm x 11cm x 4.5cm


Oxygen inlet (oxygen cylinder not supplied)

Additional Features

Membrane to prevent cross infection, no blowback during use