Sellick CPR Manipulation Trainer
Applicable departments: general surgery, hepatobiliary surgery, gynecology, urology
The realistic simulation of the anatomical structure of the human neck and throat, including the internal cricoid cartilage, the operating feel and the softness of the anatomical structure are very similar to the real human body. When the first aid CPR is performed, the surgeon uses the right little finger of the metacarpophalangeal joint to exert pressure on the cricoid cartilage when pushing the forehead and chin lift. The system is equipped with an LED tracking function to monitor whether the trainees’ operating methods are correct.
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