Evaluate BVM Competence
Get real-time performance feedback on delivered flows, pressures and volumes
Feel the Difference
Simulate a patient with variable high resistance/low compliance settings
Highly Realistic Airway
Excellent for LMA and ET-tube insertion training
Anatomically Correct Head
- “Real-feel” skin covering for a more realistic bag-mask ventilation training experience
- Neck design allows for accurate articulation
- Anatomically correct naso, oro, and laryngopharynx
- Inflatable tongue to represent a difficult airway
- “Breakout” teeth simulate the effects of bad practice in laryngoscopy
Teach Technique and Test Competency
- Display ventilation parameters (volume, flow, and pressure delivery) in real time for accurate participant feedback
- Use training and test modes including data storage and export capabilities
- Chest rise feature provides realistic visual feedback
- Adjustable test lung (QuickLung®) allows you to expose learners to a wide range of critical real-life scenarios
RespiTrainer Advanced with Common Accessories (intubation instruments are not included)
RespiTrainer Advance Software
Breath-by-breath spreadsheet analysis of ventilation trial can be used for competency testing
Immediate performance feedback on delivered ventilation helps teach proper technique and enables competency testing
|Compliance settings||50, 20, 10 mL/cm H2O|
|Resistance settings||5, 20, 50 cm H2O /L/s|
|Tidal volume||Up to 1.2 L|
|Dimensions||7.3” x 10.9” x 2.3”
185 x 277 x 58 mm
|Weight||3.5 lbs. / 1.6 kg|
The RespiTrainer software displays and captures individual student data such as breath rate, minute ventilation, tidal volume, and peak pressures on a breath by breath basis. This data can be used with our analysis tool for baseline performance evaluation and subsequent training.
The RespiTrainer was designed to train mechanical ventilation skills by providing realtime feedback on ventilating patients with different lung conditions. Learners can feel the difference between patients and get feedback on how much ventilation they are delivering. That is RespiTrainer’s unique value. The highly realistic airway makes it an excellent tool for training intubation and airway management as well.
No. As long as your QuickLung has an auxiliary pressure port (visible on the bottom of the device) you will be able to use it with the RespiTrainer.
Yes, RespiTrainer can be connected to any ventilator just as you would a patient, either via an ET-tube or a mask. Thus you can train the whole process from manual ventilation, to intubation, to mechanical ventilation.
You can manually lift the bellows to simulate a patient effort. For more advanced spontaneous breathing, you could retrofit the QuickLung with a Breather.