AIRWAY MANAGEMENT

Suction Units

Our airway management products include several firsts:

  • The first version of our suction unit was introduced in 1969 and became the world’s most widely used electrically/self-powered emergency aspirator.
  • The present Laerdal Suction Unit was introduced in 2000 and is specifically designed for the challenging prehospital conditions. It has raised the standard for EMS suction units with its high performance and self diagnostic features.
  • The efficient V-VAC manual suction unit is designed for use by first responders and as a backup unit for emergency healthcare providers.


 

Barrier Devices

Laerdal Paediatric Pocket Mask

Children are not just little adults. They have unique features that require unique equipment. The Laerdal Paediatric Pocket Mask has been designed to address the different anatomical needs of the paediatric patient while providing the efficacy and protection appreciated by the rescuer. Utilizing the same low-resistance oneway valve as the traditional Laerdal Pocket Mask in combination with a transparent soft silicone mask, the Laerdal Paediatric Pocket Mask is an excellent companion for the professional rescuer and first responder who have contact with infants and children.

Laerdal Pocket Mask

The most widely used CPR mask in the world!

Laerdal™ Face Shield Key Ring

The Laerdal Face Shield is now available in a small soft pouch with brass key chain. See Laerdal Face Shield for full product description

LAERDAL POCKET MASK

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Suction

Laerdal Compact Suction Unit (LCSU) 4

Laerdal’s LCSU 4 suction unit combines rugged design with lightweight portability, an essential tool for every first responder.

Laerdal Suction Unit

Raising the standard for EMS suction units. The LSU features industry first device diagnostics, a "no-tools" replaceable battery, built-in charger and an integrated vacuum regulator/power on knob. All this in a rugged "bump-proof/splash-proof" design that is very quiet.

Penguin Suction Device

Babies cannot blow their noses or clear their throats. The Penguin helps clearing your baby's airway.

V-VAC™ Manual Suction Unit

A simple yet efficient suction unit for first responders, and a reliable backup for emergency healthcare providers. The V-VAC unit works the instant you squeeze it! One-hand operation

Ventilation

Laerdal Silicone Masks

Your patients come in different shapes and sizes and each has their own unique facial anatomy. Effective mask seal depends on the ability of your mask to be flexible. Laerdal Silicone Masks give you that necessary flexibility

The BAG II™ Disposable Resuscitator

All of the outstanding features available in a reusable resuscitator with the convenience of a disposable. Performance, versatility and convenience when you need it most. Plus, the swivel is ba

The Laerdal Silicone Resuscitators

Over the past 35 years, Laerdal Silicone Resuscitators have proven to be a leader in reusable silicone resuscitators. The new design enhances convenience and maintains the outstanding quality, efficiency and economy that healthcare professionals have come to rely on.

Thomas™ Endotracheal Tube Holder

Never Worry about tape fastening again! The Thomas™ Tube Holder is the only tube holder with a quick-set screw for a secure hold after tube placement. Not only will it accommodate Combitubes® and LMAs, its special bite block feature protects the patient and the tube

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