Teach Proper Technique
Real-time feedback on delivered flows, pressures, volumes, etc.
Evaluate BVM Competence
Training and test modes with data storage and export capabilities
Feel the Difference
Simulate an infant with a high resistance/low compliance
Anatomically Realistic Head
- Neck articulation allows you to teach correct positioning
- Realistic anatomy of the tongue, oropharynx, epiglottis, larynx, vocal chords, and trachea
- Ideal for practicing oral and nasal intubation, as well as LMA, and bag-valve- mask ventilation
Teach Technique and Test Competency
- Display ventilation parameters (volume, flow, and pressure delivery) in real time for accurate participant feedback
- Train learners to pay attention to chest rise as important feedback
- Expose learners to a wide range of critical real-life scenarios by adjusting lung compliance and resistance
Key features of the RespiTrainer Infant
Under the hood of the RespiTrainer Infant
RespiTrainer Infant Software
|Compliance settings||1, 2, 3, or 4 mL/cmH2O (approx)|
|Resistance settings||100-350 cm H2O /L/s at 10 L/s flow (approx)|
|Tidal volume||25, 50 cm3|
|Leak settings||15, 30, 45%|
|Overdistention limit (VTMax)||10, 20 cm3|
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 Infant 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.
Yes, RespiTrainer Infant 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.
A ventilator trigger can be simulated by pulling down on the bellows. For true spontaneous breathing, we recommend our RespiSim System, which can simulate patients from neonatal to adult.