Difficult Airway Manikins
Our difficult airway trainers help medical professionals including anaesthesiologists prepare for difficulty in airway management including airway assessment, airway obstruction, difficult and failed intubation, supraglottic airway device insertion and cricothyroidotomy.
TruCorp difficult airway training manikins have inflatable tongues to simulate edema.
All TruCorp AirSim X airways are constructed using CT DICOM data from real patients for visual and anatomical accuracy. Standard and difficult AirSim® X airways are certified for over 20,000 intubation cycles and come with a 5-year warranty.
FREE DIFFICULT AIRWAY MANNEQUIN DEMOS
TruCorp airway management trainers are the most lifelike and durable medical training manikins on the market today. We sell and ship our difficult airway trainers and replacement parts anywhere in the world. Our innovative products are designed to withstand repeated use in a busy classroom setting and improve patient outcomes. Contact us for a free virtual product demonstration or ask us about custom pricing for high-volume orders.
PEDIATRIC DIFFICULT AIRWAY MANAGEMENT
The AirSim Pierre Robin X is ideal for practicing airway obstruction management techniques.
The TruCorp AirSim® Pierre Robin X manikin highlights difficult airway management techniques for infants with Pierre Robin Sequence (PRS) featuring an airway with various congenital defects. We also carry a full line of pediatric airway trainers for realistic child and infant airway management training.
CAUSES OF DIFFICULT TRACHEAL INTUBATION
Middle-aged or elderly adult patients are more likely to present difficult endotracheal intubation due to changes brought on by aging including:
- Decreased thyromental distance
- Cervical joint rigidity
- Smaller interincisor gap
As the elderly population continues to increase, difficult airway management training becomes increasingly important. TruCorp difficult airway trainers are the most realistic and durable intubation manikins available for advanced medical procedure training.
Additional causes of difficult tracheal intubation include:
- Craniofacial abnormalities
- Dentition such as protrusive maxillary incisors
Difficult airway management can include both difficult tracheal intubation (DTI) and difficult mask ventilation (DMV). TruCorp difficult airway trainers provide crucial training for anesthesiologists, doctors, advanced practice nurses and EMTs. Difficult airway manikins can also be used for difficult laryngoscopy training and nasal intubation practice.