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Trauma training manikin LM-093
torso

trauma training manikin
trauma training manikin
trauma training manikin
trauma training manikin
trauma training manikin
trauma training manikin
trauma training manikin
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Procedure
trauma
Form
torso

Description

High-energy trauma often consists of multiple injuries, and thoracic trauma can be considered key when determining priority in treatment. This thoracic trauma trainer is a model that combines practice in surgically securing the airway with practice in the treatment of obstructive shock. Features a.Puncture and Incision of the Cricothyroid Ligament The puncture/incision site includes the airway, cricoid cartilage, and thyroid cartilage. Attach your own surgical tape (paper) to simulate the cricothyroid ligament. The cricoid cartilage and thyroid cartilage are structured so that they can be opened as a procedure for widening the incision. The skin is made with silicone, giving it an appearance and texture similar to the real thing, making training more realistic. b.Thoracentesis (Left and Right) Air can be introduced to create swelling of the left or right side of the chest (tension pneumothorax, subcutaneous emphysema). Distension of the jugular vein can be simulated in conjunction with the swelling of the chest. Sternal angle and second intercostal space are present for use as landmarks for the puncture site. Upon puncture, the air flows out, and the swelling of the chest and distension of the jugular vein subside. When there is a syringe attached to the puncture needle, air pressure will lift the plunger. The skin is made with silicone, giving it an appearance and texture similar to the real thing, making training more realistic.
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