Laerdal® Airway Management Trainer



Realistic practice is the key to developing proficiency in airway management skills. The Laerdal Airway Management Trainer’s lifelike upper torso and head simulates real-world complications when practicing a variety of intubation, ventilation, and suction techniques.

Product benefits:

  • Realistic representation of human anatomy, tissue, and skin
  • Allows students to undertake training that is directly transferable to the clinical setting
  • Practical training in clearing an obstructed airway and suctioning of liquid foreign matter
  • Minimal maintenance and robust design delivers cost effective training
  • Base plate mount allows stable practicing conditions
  • A hard carry case provides easy transportation and safe storage

Product features:

  • Practicing of oral and nasal intubation
  • Practicing use of LMA (Laryngeal Mask Airway) and Combitube®
  • Correct tube placement can be checked by practical inflation test
  • Realistic anatomical features allow demonstration of Sellick Maneuver and laryngospasm
  • Bag-Valve-Mask ventilation can be practiced
  • Stomach inflation and vomiting situation can be simulated
  • Provides visual inspection of lung expansion
  • Provides auscultation of breath sounds
  • Airway demonstration model is standard with each trainer


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