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Life/form Deluxe CRiSis Manikin with ECG

SKU: 50-518

Vendor Part Number: LF03955U

$4,485.00

  • Full-body, adult manikin
  • Trains students in resuscitation and provides simulated arrhythmia
  • Allows suctioning and digital intubation
  • Teaches manual, semi-automatic, and automatic defibrillation
  • Includes IV arm, blood pressure arm, defibrillation chest skin, an airway management head and an ECG simulator
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Replaces ALS100D 

Description

Details

This manikin is ideal for ACLS, paramedic, EMT, and nursing training at every level. Five stations allow students to practice different scenarios.

Airway Management:

  • Compatible airway management devices include E.T., E.O.A., E.T.L., L.M.A., E.G.T.A. Combitube®, and King Systems
  • • Cricoid cartilage allows for practice of Sellick maneuver
  • • Oral, nasal, and digital intubation capabilities
  • • Palpable carotid pulse (manual)
  • • Realistic anatomy of the mouth, tongue, oral pharynx, larynx, epiglottis, vocal cords, trachea, and esophagus
  • • Separate left and right lungs for auscultation
  • • Suctioning capabilities

Blood Pressure Arm:

  •  Auscultatory gap can be turned on and off
  • • Five Korotkoff phases can be turned on and off
  • • Instructor determines systolic and diastolic levels, heart rate, and sound volume
  • • Radial pulse
  • • Speaker in arm reproduces real blood pressure sounds

CPR

  • Fully articulated head, neck, and jaw
  • •Jaw thrust
  • Palpable and visual landmarks

Defib Chest:

  • Compatible with all standard brands and types of defibrillators, monitors, and patient simulators
  • • Internal load box absorbs full strength of every shock - designed to handle up to maximum recommended 360 Joules
  • • Manual, semiautomatic, and automatic defibrillation
  • • Monitor manikin like a real patient at four ECG sites and two defibrillation sites

IV Arm:

  • • Articulated at the biceps for antecubital and dorsal access
  • • Bony landmark at shoulder to identify muscle tissue for intramuscular injections
  • • Realistic flashback from a pressurized system
  • • Replaceable skin and veins