Teach & Train Fiberoptic Guided Intubation, Laryngoscopy & Bronchoscopy
Fibreoptic guided intubation (FOI) is used by anaesthesiologists when working with difficult airways. Fiberoptic laryngoscopy (also called flexible laryngoscopy) is a diagnostic technique allowing doctors to examine the nose, throat and larynx.
TruCorp intubation manikins are ideal for teaching and training in a wide range of fiberoptic airway management techniques and medical procedures including:
- Fiberoptic-guided endotracheal intubation
- Fiberoptic laryngoscopy (direct & video)
- Fiberoptic bronchoscopy
- Fiberoptic oral or nasotracheal intubation
- Awake or asleep fiberoptic intubation
- Adult, child & infant fiberoptic intubation
Our difficult airway training manikins help medical professionals including anesthesiologists prepare for difficulty in airway management and improve patient outcomes.
The innovative AirSim airway is available standard and in two difficult airway options to demonstrate clinical variance in training. True to life and durable, every AirSim airway is built to withstand repeated use in a busy classroom setting and backed by a 5-year warranty.
Practicing Fiberoptic Intubation
TruCorp airway trainers provide exceptional and accurate anatomical detail internally and externally for a more realistic training experience.
The carina, turbinates, bronchus and bronchioles (down to the 4th generation) are visually accurate to benefit students.
TruCorp designs, engineers and produces a wide variety of airway management training manikins and we continue to grow our product line through continuous innovation and refinement.
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