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Laerdal Airway Management Trainer

Realistic practice for developing proficiency in airway management skills.

Perfecting Procedures

Realistic practice is the key to developing proficiency in airway management skills. The Laerdal Airway Management Trainer realistically simulates an adult airway, and the lifelike upper torso and head can be used to demonstrate and practice intubation, ventilation, and suction techniques. In addition, it can be used to demonstrate upper airway bronchoscopy and bronchoscopy guided endotracheal intubation. 

Develop skills that are directly transferable to a clinical setting

Create an environment where learners can train with the equipment they use in real-life scenarios for intubation, bag-valve masks airway devices, suction device, and more.

Preparing for COVID-19 Patients

To help you quickly scale up COVID-19 related training, Laerdal's family of airway management training solutions provide intuitive and cost-effective training for a wide range of airway management skills.

Bag-Valve Ventilation

  • Provides visual inspection of lung expansion  
  • Provides auscultation of breath sounds  
  • Sellick Maneuver (Cricoid pressure)  
  • Laryngospasm 

Intubation

  • Tracheal (oral and nasal)
  • Pharyngeal (oral and nasal)
  • Esophageal
  • Bronchial
  • LMA insertion
  • Endotracheal intubation
  • Placement of supraglottic airways
  • Correct tube placement
  • Feedback for excessive laryngoscope pressure
  • Bronchoscopic evaluation of tip position

Suction and Clearing

  • Oral cavity  
  • Oro- or nasopharynx  
  • Oro- or nasotracheal, via endotracheal tube  
  • Gastric drainage 

Laerdal's Family of Skills Trainers

Our airway management trainers are designed to aid the teaching of basic and advanced skills, including recognition and techniques for an obstructed airway, newborn intubation, and surgical cricothyrotomy. Through repetitive practice, learners increase skill proficiency and confidence.​

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