We have recently designed a full bodied Ruth Lee General Use Rescue Training CPR manikin for use in or out of the classroom. The manikin will allow for realistic body-weight CPR training in more difficult situations i.e. confined spaces or with the manikin trapped under a vehicle or collapsed building etc. This manikin takes CPR / Medical training out of the clean, classroom environment and integrates it into a realistic technical rescue training situation. This manikin can be placed into confined spaces, trapped under a vehicle or train, or under concrete or wooden beams etc; These are situations where rescuers might actually come across casualties, where they may not be able to move them into a 'convenient' position to carry out CPR. This manikin adds an additional dimension to technical rescue and CPR training. The manikin was designed around and can be bought complete with the Simulaids Brad torso, but it will accommodate most other manufacturers models if you already have one. The torso isn't actually fixed to the manikin 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.
The complete manikin weighs 20Kg and includes three disposable / lung airway systems and three channel design mouth / nosepieces.