Ruth Lee has recently designed a full bodied CPR manikin for using in or out of the classroom. The manikin will allow for realistic CPR training in more difficult situations i.e confined spaces or with the manikin trapped under a vehicle or collapsed building etc.
The manikin was designed around and is supplied complete with the Simulaids Brad torso, but it will accomodate most other manufacturers models.
The torso isn't actually fixed in any way and can simply be lifted out for cleaning or maintenance. The chest cavity of the manikin is also padded all round to protect the torso when used in difficult situations. The torso is constructed of soft, realistic vinyl plastic over polyurethane foam.
• long torso for realistic abdominal thrusts
• realistic head tilt and chin lift for opening airway
• anatomical landmarks including sternum and ribcage plus substernal notch
• easily manipulated airway to simulate airway obstruction or choking situations
CPR Torso Brad
3 channel design mouth/nosepieces
3 disposable/lung airway systems
size: 1.80 m
weight incl. CPR torso: 20 kg