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Emergency care simulator LM-073
for critical careairway managementCPR

emergency care simulator
emergency care simulator
emergency care simulator
emergency care simulator
emergency care simulator
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emergency care, for critical care
airway management, CPR
whole body


With extremely realistic textures, this model enables practice of the sequence of events from life support measures at the scene to transportation to the hospital for training in advanced emergency treatment (specified actions). Features Airway obstruction This model enables practice of tracheal intubation and use of a laryngeal mask, esophageal obturator airway and two-way tube with extremely realistic textures. This product is compatible with the following tube sizes. • Intubation tube: Size 7 to 8 • Laryngeal mask: Size 4 • Combitube - Standard type (100 cc) • Laryngeal tube (red) The structure of the model allows the airway to be occluded by tongue movement, and the airway can be secured by chin lift, jaw lift and head tilt methods. Attach the valve to the esophagus part to check if the stomach is filled with air due to excessive pressure. Right and left lung function There is a bifurcation in the trachea to separate the left and right lungs so that unilateral intubation can be verified by swelling of the chest. The right and left lungs are independent of one another, and the respiratory sounds in each can be checked separately with a stethoscope. Arrhythmia Simulator An arrhythmia simulator built into the main body of the model can be operated with an infrared remote control to perform training during transport or in an ambulance, similar to an actual patient. To minimize remote control malfunction, infrared light receivers can be connected in multiple places.
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