Rescue Manikin with Airway Management



FULL BODIED AIRWAY MANAGEMENT TRAINING MANIKINS

Airway Management training is usually carried out in a well lit, carpeted classroom with plenty of space - how would your staff manage in a confined space or other difficult circumstances such as a road traffic collision (RTC) or if the manikin was trapped by the legs? Would they even be expecting to carry out Airway Management outside of a classroom? If you introduced this manikin into a routine training exercise what effect would it have - it would certainly make them stop and think and would definitely test their preparedness!

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Our full bodied Airway Management manikin will accept the Simulaids Adult Airway Management torso you may already have.
  • Torsos are not fixed and can easily be removed for cleaning. A padded jacket is supplied to protect the torso and to aid installation and removal from the carcass.
  • Now constructed in Polyester: conforms to BS EN ISO 6330), OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 - the new material is tough, safe to handle and very easy to clean.
  • Adult sized at 1.8m for realistic training.
  • These manikins totally eliminate the risk of the pinching associated with the joints of the plastic full bodied manikins.
  • Supplied with replaceable, washable protective overalls.
  • Supplied in a tough storage/carrying holdall, making storing and handling the manikin far easier - they also protect and keep the manikins clean when not in use.
  • The torso features anatomical landmarks including the sternum, rib cage, and substernal notch. The torso also contains teeth, uvula, vocal cords, glottis, epiglottis, larynx, arytenoid cartilage, trachea, esophagus, and inflatable lungs and stomach whilst allowing nasogastric tube placement and accepts Combitube®, E.O.A., E.G.T.A., P.T.L. and i-gel airways.

 

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