This very difficult intubation head, coupled with the CPR torso, supplies the challenges for initiating respiratory care to the critical patient.
- Practice oral, digital, and nasal intubation, as well as E.T., E.O.A., P.T.L., L.M.A., E.G.T.A., Combitube®, and King System insertion.
- Tongue swelling and laryngospasm features create a critical airway management problem that requires the student to perform cricothyrotomy.
- Applying pressure to the cricoid and thyroid cartilage changes the position of the trachea and closes the esophagus allowing realistic practice of the Sellick maneuver.
- Bag-valve-mask ventilation can be practiced
- Dilation of the stomach when air enters the esophagus can be confirmed
- Manual carotid pulse
- Jaw thrust capabilities
- Stomach inflation
- 2 external and one internal bleeding wounds demand attention with suctioning and bleeding control
- Soft carry bag
- Simulated blood powder
Dimensions: 30" x 17" x 10"
Ship Weight: 21 lbs