Life/form® Complete Child CRiSis™ Manikin with ECG Simulator
This full-body child manikin has been created to offer realistic training and practice of child airway management and CPR education. The Life/form® Basic Child CRiSis™ Manikin is anatomically correct in detail and represents the size of a 5-year-old child.
Realistic anatomy and landmarks include a mouth, tongue, oral pharynx, larynx, epiglottis, arytenoids, vocal cords, trachea, and esophagus. In addition to the palpable and visual landmarks, the head, neck, and jaw are fully articulated, allowing a realistic jaw thrust feature. This manikin has separate left and right lungs for auscultation; has oral, nasal, and digital intubation capabilities; and includes an inflatable stomach bladder to indicate esophageal intubation.
Also features E.T., E.O.A., P.T.L., L.M.A., E.G.T.A., and Combitube® insertion. Includes pump spray lubricant. Also includes blood pressure arm, defibrillation chest skin, femoral access leg, intraosseous infusion, IV arm, and palpable carotid pulse (manual).
Full body manikin is 46-3/4" long and weighs 20 lbs. Five-year warranty.
Blood Pressure Arm
Auscultatory gap can be added
Can be used with optional speaker system to broadcast sounds to the entire classroom (LF01189U)
Instructor determines systolic and diastolic levels, heart rate, and sound volume
Palpable radial pulse
Speaker in arm reproduces real blood pressure sounds
5 Korotkoff sounds
Fully articulated head, neck, and jaw
Palpable and visual landmarks
Palpable carotid pulse (manual)
Completely compatible with all standard brands and types of defibrillators, monitors, and patient simulators
Load box prevents shocks from going to the patient simulator
Manual, automatic, and semi-automatic defibrillation
Rhythms are detected at 4 ECG sites and 2 defibrillation sites
Articulated leg requires proper positioning
Palpable arterial pulse (manual)
Palpable symphysis pubis and anterior superior iliac spine
Realistic flashback from pressurized venous system
Replaceable injection pad
Palpable landmarks include the patella, tibia, and tibial tuberosity
Pressurized system allows aspiration of fluid
Replaceable bones and skin
Articulated at the biceps for antecubital and dorsal access
Realistic flashback from a pressurized system
Replaceable skin and veins
Smaller lumen tubing simulates the size of a childs veins