Airway Management


AT Kelly Torso

Central venous access and chest decompression training with the added feature of airway management

Choking Charlie

Choking Charlie is an adult torso designed specifically for training students in the performance of the Heimlich Abdominal Thrust Maneuver

Cricoid Stick Trainer

Simulating realistic needle and surgical cricothyrotomy

Deluxe Difficult Airway Trainer

The Deluxe Difficult Airway Trainer is designed for training the management of difficult airways and features a manually inflatable tongue to simulate obstructed airway.

Laerdal® Airway Management Trainer

The skills trainer for adult airway management education and training.

Laerdal® Infant Airway Management Trainer

The most realistic tool for practicing the specialized skills required for infant airway management

Neonatal Intubation Trainer

Robust and realistic, this model allows students to undertake training that is directly transferable to the clinical setting.

NG Tube and Trach Care Trainer

Torso task trainer designed for instruction in the care of patients with respiratory conditions and the practice of gastrointestinal care procedures via nasal and oral access.

Paediatric Intubation Trainer

Anatomically accurate reproduction of a paediatric torso designed for teaching the differences in paediatric and adult anatomy for airway management procedures.

Pneumothorax Trainer

Torso allowing needle decompression

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An anatomically accurate adult male torso, used to teach and practise the palpation, auscultation and percussion elements of abdominal or gastrointestinal (GI) examination. Ideal for OSCE preparation and assessment
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